Message - Re: mesh-like structure- Per and others

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Posted by  Per Corell on June 14, 2003 at 03:43:18:

In Reply to:  Re: mesh-like structure- Per and others posted by Per Corell on June 14, 2003 at 02:52:37:

Sorry I forgot to add, that many is surprised and never thought about, that just with a bicycle wheel, your weight don't "stand" on the thin steel rods, but hang in these .
Easy to be the clever one who thought about this when you first think about it, in some sense you can say "then what" , but this fact that your weight don't stand but is carried by the steel rods show how difficult it realy is, to find the small leads that show in a greater vision, most often these are just boring everyday lumps of "this is how things allway's was" that you never think about but evaluating just the idear in a simple bike wheel , show that your weight on a bike, is acturly carried by some few thin rods , amazing acturly and worth a thought.

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