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    shredder7753 wrote:

    your retarded enough to think im gonna waste my time going back and reading your rants from the past 3 years. bunch of quacks.

    You don’t have to tell us, it’s been obvious from the day you got here that you value the time it would take to read the forum archive more than you value not looking like an idiot by “re-inventing” stale concepts which have long since been dismissed(or making proposals that fail to account for long understood critical considerations).

    That’s pretty normal though and I have probably been guilty of it on multiple occaisions.

    It’s your shitty people skills that are pissing me off.



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    your darn right, Dr. Fischer. i am gonna keep championing my ideas as long as i know i have yet to see better ones. all you girls are so jealous of me its obvious! you’ve spent years on here bickering back and forth , especially since 2009 when you found out that Clubstead was gonna cost $100M. yet nobody comes up with a real solution. along comes new guy. and he presents (drum roll)

    ——————-Richard M. Allens’ Simple Design Principle of Proper Seasteading Functionality———————————-

    (see post #1)

    but all you can do is gloat, cuz now its on record. so sorry. if you need something to cheer up heres a vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uwOL4rB-go. “I kill you!!”

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    This is getting better and better. I’ll go and make popcorn!

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    i just did some fresh calculations on the bergstead (4 pictured above). previously i was thinking it should be like .5m thick on the outer walls. my new calculations use 0.25m thick on outer facing surfaces plus .2m thick for the floors in between (2). i came up with 813 cu. m. using Wils 331 euro/cu.m. we get under $390K for the hull (once you throw in stairs and stuff). THATS JUST $16K per person (converted to USD)!!! the bergstead holds 24 people in complete comfort with 9′ high ceilings and 375 sq. ft of walled off private space for each person (bedroom, living room, closet and personal bathroom). thats IN ADDITION to shared spaces: hallways, stairwell, big kitchen and dining area, pool room, weight room, mechanical room, small medical area AND the Jimmi Fischer Memorial DOG PARK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    (he mysteriously went overboard shortly after launch)

    now i kinda miss PJ. wish i hadnt been a jerk.

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    now i kinda miss PJ. wish i hadnt been a jerk.

    I’m always lurking around a nearby corner… never too far away. Here’s my $0.02 for you Rich… stop fanning the flames. I think you’re willingness and quick work on a graphics design software is a useful talent. We’re all participating in this forum to benefit others (ourselves included) so why not begin to act the part of a servant now. Favor others and you’ll always find yourself in others favor.

    The rest of you stop instigating this non-sense. If you see a newcomer is slightly prone to troll-ism, ignore the trolly comments and praise the contributions. If Elspru can contribute then anyone can. We should expect better from this forum.

    Live Well!


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    heres one i hadnt see b4. maybe we’ll call it a dipstead it still uses the SDP:


    Underwater Skyscraper City at Sea

    right off the bat one problem is the need to make the hull thicker the deeper u go. i dont see the advantage over a bergstead yet.

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