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#1 2015-06-09 17:20:24

Loohan
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March2015B CB

The entity who wrote the March2015B pgm has been hanging around me occasionally. He is a member of the Committee now (as is Eenia BTW) and he prodded me to make a CB with this pgm. It is incomplete, but here is what we have so far:

Mar2015B.cb.jpg

At some point it will be re-cast in a larger mold. I am pretty sure the re-cast will be entirely with the MarB pgm.
So far all the resin in the CB has this pgm, except for a band in the middle which has a lot of brass and the S-B pgm. There is some of the metallized tape inside as well as outside.
The pipe is 1&3/8" actual OD, which i believe is called 1.25" nominal. There are various odds and ends inside the pipe, including rocks with the Laser pgm.

I get that the CB creates a heap of the March2015B activity up to 2 miles above. It can also be leaned into an approaching storm.
The bad guys don't like it.

This entity (whom i don't have a name or morphological description of) might be available to help other sensitive crafters make CBs and stuff.

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#2 2015-06-14 10:59:09

ndw
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Re: March2015B CB

very cool, I can actually see the energy going out of the pipe!
It has happened few times to me, to clearly see energy from pic, the other time to an orgone candle made by Ben Morton.

I suspect that the S-B layer does make the March2015B to operate on a wider range, as with other pgms right?

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#3 2015-06-14 15:48:12

Loohan
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Re: March2015B CB

ndw wrote:

I suspect that the S-B layer does make the March2015B to operate on a wider range, as with other pgms right?

Doubt it.
Bal tried to get a layer of S-B on a large MarB ring, but Chemmerbuster refused to do that and pgmed it with more MarB instead.

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#4 2015-06-15 20:34:36

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Re: March2015B CB

I am in the process of the re-cast now. I am using a 5-gallon bucket. I was guided by Rorg to take a chunk of quartzite the size of my fist, and wrap it with tape until it got to the size of a coconut. This goes in the bottom.

Mar2015B.cb1.jpg

I have only done 3 pours. It will probably take a week in this warm weather, because i have to do shallow pours to prevent overheating.

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#5 2015-06-26 14:52:54

Loohan
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Re: March2015B CB

Mar2015B-CB.jpg

I did the last pour June 20 but it's still in the bucket. A crappy bucket. I bought it many years ago at Wartmall and it's been sitting indoors unused since. It never got in the sun until the 21st. Yet it is so crumbly that it will have to be tugged and pried off in pieces. If i smack the edge with my hand or a mallet, the plastic cracks off instead of separating from the epoxy.
So the longer i wait, the harder the epoxy will be, and the more it will separate. I'm in no hurry to tackle the task.

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#6 2015-10-30 10:40:29

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Re: March2015B CB

Today i noticed it was ready to slide right out of the bucket.

Mar2015B.cb2.jpg

For pigment, i alternated layers of cocoa and activated charcoal.

That's a 1-ft ruler there, underneath the glare.

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#7 2015-10-30 14:38:48

Stefan
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Re: March2015B CB

Lovely.. Nice foliage too.

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