Message - Re: Structural Ceramics - How about armor plating

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Posted by  Per Corell on February 17, 2003 at 08:04:52:

In Reply to:  Re: Structural Ceramics - How about armor plating posted by Gary R on February 17, 2003 at 05:02:34:

True . ----- but when the material need to be the cheap one, the ply, Steel , concrete cast flat, not the specific best and if not avaible then manufactored, in other words if you want a Cabin at a third the cost ,the transport of the materials could easyli outdate the clever Design.
Beside you don't measure millimeter with inches, and don't judge new technologies from the foults of old ones.
Now if you calculate all the arear build and calculate the arear dameaged everything make sense, if you count the planes in the sky and calculate how many times things happened before, you know when you are over reacting.
My argument is, that ofcaurse you will get the ansver when asking in this forum ,but personally I think, that making it a bad idear and moraly defining itself, killing 3000 innocent people is acturly easier than building a world in wolfram.

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