LinkMan

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  1. Images of American flag taken by Apollo 14 astronauts provide fuel for conspiracists
  2. Insights: Big Yawn, Cooler Brain? Researchers Say Yes
  3. The best April Fools' Day pranks played that many people believed
  4. Custom Woodworking and Musical Instrument Components www.gurianinstruments.com tutorial 3 layer.mp4 www.doranviolins.com
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    sugar seal

    "Aqueous filler-sealer wood finishing composition of urea-formaldehyde, sugar, boric acid, alum and solvent" "May 14, 1958"
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    sugar seal

    "Aqueous filler-sealer wood finishing composition of urea-formaldehyde, sugar, boric acid, alum and solvent " United States Patent 2972587
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    sugar seal

    "That sums up the gobs of information I found on inks. But I still had one burning question: How come ink from the daily paper sometimes smudges off onto your fingers?" "Black ink is made using carbon black."
  8. What is the chemical composition of lecturer's chalk?
  9. LinkMan

    sugar seal

    The inks used by the printing industry have changed. I believe they used to contain graphite, which is also why they cleaned windows so well. Now, printing is done with soy-based inks which are earth friendly. They don't come off on your hands like the old inks did, and the newspapers don't clean windows like they used to either! Silly Putty "Silly Putty is also a fairly good adhesive. When newspaper ink was petroleum based, Silly Putty could be used to transfer newspaper images to other surfaces, possibly after introducing distortion. Newer papers with soy-based inks are more resistant
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    sugar seal

    wikipedia.org Thixotropy Cornstarch Science - Quicksand Goo
  11. Nice page on soundposts. Mirror view.
  12. Stradivari in Japan has Kyd
  13. Dendrochronologist/luthier Arjan Versteeg shows his findings that the wood of 'Le Messie' is from the same tree as a Rogeri made in Brescia. The Strad March "Analysing the wood of the top and comparing the measurements with my database, I discovered that the top of the Rogeri violin must have been made from the same tree as the top of the 'Messiah' Stradivari (using Henry Grissino-Mayer's data on the 'Messiah'). "Blood Brothers", Arjan Versteeg, The Strad, March 2011.
  14. ??? Sorta the same??? ??? Tack plates to boards, and wedge them underneath, clean-up 'join.....T' Wedges for support and Shooting joint