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Message - Re: "Green Building Materials" Versus "Embodied Energy+Health Risks"

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Posted by  Bob A on August 15, 2003 at 08:41:54:

In Reply to:  Re: "Green Building Materials" Versus "Embodied Energy+Health Risks" posted by Harry Pasternak on August 15, 2003 at 07:12:57:

Hippie or nerd .... its hard to beat a "c" grad who can think and use the noodle rather than the "cumlaude" grad to which doors open for the sake of cumlaude. The "C" grad will find ways of using less embodied energy to make the same dollar. Just look at the posts on this board

Engery content be it what it may it comes down to how many parts and pieces have to be arranged or moved into place for the desired object to be whole. How much energy is someone willing to spend to complete and achive the desired effect?

Bob A

 
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