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Thomas Pitre

Thomas Pitre

I have included a picture of a container of sorts. It is a piece of plastic that has been injected with a very strong electrical discharge. It contains a very delicate, organic-like pattern inside the acrylic. If you look closely, you can see where the charge was injected.
It, too, is a form of vessel, as it contains the image caused by the electricity. I’ve had this in my collection of curios for many years, and I doubt there are many of these floating around “your universe”.
I measured my plastic “vessel” in Beard-seconds. This is the length the average mans beard grows in one second. It is measured in nanometers. Kemp Bennett Kolb defines the distance as exactly 10 nanometers, as does Nordling and Österman’s Physics Handbook. My vessel measures .01524 Beard Seconds by .1015 B/S, and it is .0127 B/S thick.

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