[time-nuts] GPS antenna installation problem
stanw1le at verizon.net
Wed Mar 4 21:35:57 UTC 2009
Actually it is "duct" tape.
Used to air seal the metal joints in a metal duct work system for heat
New building codes require a mastic paint be applied over all metal
joints in the duct work system.
I guess it is an energy conservation issue, so the processed air does
not leak into unintended spaces.
Chuck Harris wrote:
> Bill Hawkins wrote:
>> Speaking of conversions, I grew up (since 1938) with movie credits that
>> mentioned the Gaffer (head electrician). Last year I mentored students
>> building a robot for a FIRST Robotics competition. The carpet on the
>> field would be marked with red, black, and white gaffer's tape, which we
>> got in 2 inch width from a theater supply place. Gaffer's tape is
>> intended to hold down wires running across a set until the show closes.
>> Where did Gaffa tape come from?
> Probably from the same place as Duck tape.
> Human ears trying to make sense out of what they hear.
> -Chuck Harris
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