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3/4" seems like overkill, plus they must weigh a ton!I suspect 1/2" would have been fine for most uses, and if you instead built a frame and then added plywood siding, even 1/4".Also, another construction technique often employees was to use wooden slats instead of plywood. Just glue 3 or 4 1x4s together per side.
So what? "They" thought asbestos was harmless until it was subjected to scientific analysis. That analysis showed that it was not.That same scientific process has examined aluminum. I has nothing to do with Alzheimer's.
No, it doesn't. If "who [sic] you talk to" is even remotely versed in the science, there is only one position: aluminum has nothing to do with Alzheimer's.And I don't need Google. My degree is in the field.
So?That has literally nothing to do with whether or not Aluminum causes Alzheimer's. It doesn't.
"Aluminum cookware leaches into acidic foods when cooking; shorts out the neurons in the nervous system; autopsies have shown that to be true."Aluminum does not short out neurons in the nervous system (as opposed to where?!?) and autopsies have shown nothing of the kind.Neuroscience is my field, and nothing you wrote is true.
FTR, none of these "answers" actually answer the question, which is about efficiency, not power output. This set up is extremely inefficient, and has unnecessary losses at multiple stages, including the unnecessary conversation from DC to AC (and back again).
A slightly more invisible solution is to turn the C-channel 90° and slot the shelf directly in to it. Then simply rest the shelf on the brackets.
Use iron-on transfer paper. It is designed to make T-shirt iron ons from standard ink jet printers.
No, it's not. On an individual scale, the amount of methane produced is negligible, and the cost to store it under pressure minimizes the advantages. It also uses HUGE amounts of raw materials, resulting in running out of them within a very short period of time.This is one reason of many why electricity and heat are spotty at best in rural China and India.
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