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Making grips, laminating glass, laminating carbon fiber, watching glue cure. Nov 20, 2018
- John Blazy was last seen:
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- Oct 25, 1966 (Age: 53)
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Married for 18 years, no kids, 2A supporter, use both halves of my brain (I'm a better artist/designer because I'm a scientist, and I'm a better scientist because I'm an artist), as opposed to liberals that don't use either, love Scuba diving when I can afford it, and follow a few tribute bands like Escape (best Journey tribute band ever, but I'm biased because I made their sign from Dichrolam, and the lead guitar player uses my guitars sometimes) and Bostyx (Boston, Styx tribute band).
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Also love to see things explode, love afterburning turbofans, and I consider a six pack and 2 part expanding urethane foam to be ample entertainment.
I believe 110% that we went to the moon. I have personally seen the space shuttle launch, and if I can literally "wear" a submarine with all the complex equipment to spend hours underwater safely after over 200 dives due to great engineering, then surely half a million of the greatest scientists and engineers can send twelve guys with titanium balls to the moon. Cheers to NASA for listening to John Houbolt and his crazy idea of Lunar Orbit Rendezvous. I was a radiation cure chemist for five years with two patents in polymer science, and forgotten more about radiation than most moon hoaxers, and can tell you that going through the Van Allen radiation belts was quite safe. Why? because of the dual factor of dosage + intensity, and 17,000 fudgeing miles and hour.
It is a huge disgrace to dishonor the great men and women of our military and space program to believe it was a movie set. In the words of Charlie Duke, Astronaut on Apollo 16, "If we faked it, why did we fake it nine times?"
In the words and voice of Rutger Hauer in Bladerunner, "I have seen things you people wouldn't believe"
I have been barked at by 400 lb groupers at 90ft off West Palm Beach when I invaded their territory, have seen the elusive 2 ft long Blue Dragon Nudibranch at hundred feet off the back wall of Molokini Crater, designed and built the largest dichroic atrium sculptures in the world and made the cover of Interior Design Magazine as a result, invented materials that made the top ten list of Material ConneXion library of innovative materials and experienced the indescribable miracle of finding the perfect women, through which I have probably had more and better sex than most men because of the rarity called true love.
But what blows all this away? The resurrection of Jesus Christ.
SignatureMfr of Dichrolam® and Chatoyant Carbon Fiber™ solid composites. Instagram: john.blazy_dichrolam_llc