What time is it again,lol?

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What time is it again,lol?

Post by jakeb211 » Tue May 21, 2019 4:33 pm

Scott Helman: Hang ups
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS_Kb6J6IT0

I was just kinda laughing to myself and wondering:
How could I even begin to explain how I can see a field that's symmetrical through time from any perspective?

And then I looked up.... And saw my half constructed version 2 target for the solar generator, and then some stuff from before that,
and then some more stuff from before that, and then some more stuff(from before that)....

ROTFL...
Speculations:
Every answer to every question I have ever asked(or may ask) is constantly screaming directly at my face.

I wonder where this stuff will end up in a couple weeks?
Lookingup.jpg
Lol, could the things that are placed around you, have been placed(not necessarily by you) around you, for you (but not necessarily for you), to be seen how only you(but not necessarily you) are able to see them and would you even notice it if you hadn't experienced the experience which allows you to notice it?
And how many times was another person required to experience an experience which allowed you to experience an experience?
Lol, what have they experienced?
It's beautiful...

I think I'm enjoying life more d^.^b


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Re: What time is it again,lol?

Post by SebastianG » Wed May 22, 2019 6:24 pm

What is metal plate with the two spirals?
How did you made that?

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Re: What time is it again,lol?

Post by jakeb211 » Thu May 23, 2019 11:59 am

Made this:
DishMirror.jpg
DishMirrorControls.jpg
AbsorbingTarget.jpg
Tested(measuring temp change cycling of ~5g water for 1hr) and the target sucked (estimated ~800W @ target, ~300W made it to the water)
Learned a little about thermal conductivity and then designed this:
SandCorePlanning.jpg
AluminumCastDesign.jpg
Made this:
ForgeMelting.jpg
Decided that was to much work!

Went to the store, bought a chunk of aluminum and did this...
SpericalCuttingBit.jpg
V2TargetConstruction.jpg

Lol, sorry for the length, just wanted to stay in theme of the post, :ugeek:

Figured one day I'd cast one out of copper. Or in my wildest dreams make one out of diamond!

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Re: What time is it again,lol?

Post by jakeb211 » Thu May 23, 2019 10:37 pm

Calling it a day after garage cleaning but I found this:
IMG_20190523_222512.jpg
It's the original drawing I used to get the OK from my wife to put effort into becoming less economically dependant, lol. Boy does life throw some wild curves. ;)

It was in the target redesign that I thought about having something that just directly converted the concentrated solar to electricity. Then through Google searches I ended up finding Distinti's work again, this time there was so much more info and videos and I haven't really been back to it since :( and :) at the same time! Crazy...

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Woke up to some wonderful phone notifications...

Post by jakeb211 » Fri May 24, 2019 9:09 am

Walk off the Earth: Mike's song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DFgtsWnRQM

Scott Helman: Lifeguard(Live*)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dyw8xE6_2gE

A pic from before I stepped back from my religion
(Opinion(i.e. Debatable): No religion could or should be proved wrong.
Religions are justly for the religious. We should not
expect to claim right to our own beliefs if we do not allow
others theirs (#Loco, lol, c'est la guerre))
in order to live my faith. It's all Greek to me...:

Jake Burnett: Infinity Wheel
(lol, it started as a perspective of the Arduino logo but ended up like this...)
InfinityWheel.jpg



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