Very beautiful indeed. I wonder why they don´t wear gloves while handling? The other thing is, each single atom of that cube stores more energy than
you can ever put into that cube, with methods like this.
They were charging these up this past weekend. They do it out of someplace in Ohio once or twice a year. My brother-in-law brought a few over on
Thanksgiving a few years ago and let the kids set them off. He keeps them in a cooler with dry ice so they hold the charge. I have a few of these
that are bottom lit from LED and they are pretty cool.
I know they were doing 1000's of small ones but he said they were doing a 4' sheet. I'll ask him today to send a photo and post it if I can.
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I know they pay $400/hr there to do these. All went well the other weekend and there are lots of people who help on an instant assembly line to take
advantage of time. Somebody too 360 video of the process.
I took photos of all the ones I have but I don't have the time to figure out how to upload a photo on this site. It's been a few years and not like
it was before.
I was just talking about this over breakfast. A bunch of barbed wire was buried in a heap of earth/shingles/whatever and got struck to fuse and make
art. From what I know it's just a guess that's what happened.
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