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RairLogic - December 19, 2011 03:53 AM (GMT)
Hey, this is a project for Chemistry, check out the site and if you have some knowledge, maybe answer some of these questions please? Also if you answer any, give me a first name or something so i can give you credit to your opinions on my site ... http://cccportfolio.org/rharris/

1: Does this Suit seem helpful to the world? What situation would this be most useful for?
2: Should the use of odor-free fabrics be used? Does it seem helpful in certain areas?
3:Any extra opinions about the site and stuff i should take off or add?
4: Out of the selections of nanotech fabrics i mention in the sections, which fabric/s would be best for odor-resistance fabrics and where and which fabric/s would be good for foreign bodies repellent and where?
5: Is there better fabrics to use that you have found that i didn't mention?
6:Do you like the name UEO Suit? (Uncommon Earthly Occurances Suit)? Got a better name?
7: I have mentioned the fanny pack or tool belt added to the Suit, do you agree or disagree with that added? Because it may add extra weight but can carry important tools.
8: I have also said the suit will cover the foot and hands, is that a good idea? Should the gloves be fingerless? Do you think these added parts of the Suit are helpful so water and junk doesn't get up your sleeves and such?
9: I have disapproved of a pack on the back, do you disagree with it too?
10: Should the Suit be a one-piece like I plan it to be? Most of my ideas are there to make the suit lightweight and easily accessible which the pack may not be.
11: Anything else to add to the UEO Suit?

(=SK=)Zorak - December 19, 2011 04:27 AM (GMT)
For Chemistry? Or Home-Ec?

RairLogic - December 19, 2011 04:29 AM (GMT)
QUOTE ((=SK=)Zorak @ Dec 18 2011, 11:27 PM)
For Chemistry? Or Home-Ec?

Chemistry, i was supposed to use nanotech to do something to help the world.... this suit is a tool to help

(=SK=)Zorak - December 19, 2011 04:47 AM (GMT)
Hmmm.

1. Not really. You haven't, in my mind, given any sort of reasons why you think the suit would be helpful. I don't see it helping in earthquake or other natural disaster situations. A lightweight suit isn't going to help you if you are stuck under a bunch of debris. Also don't know what this would have to do with global warming.

2. No, it's impractical. Odor-repelling shit would be better suited for the luxury clothes market, not emergency worker.

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6. No I don't like the name. For one, it doesn't come off the tongue easily, and for two, the things you describe are not uncommon occurances. Natural disasters happen all the time in different places of the world.

7. Obvisouly since we aren't going for fashion here, I think a fanny pack would be a good thing to have on the front or hip.

8. No. When people are going to be working with blood or something they will wear latex gloves, which they can keep in their fanny pack.

9. Yes

10. No. No adult wants to run around wearing a onesie. Plus, plenty of people probably wouldn't feel comfortable showing their frame through a tight suit all the time.

perrinoia - December 19, 2011 07:00 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
1: Does this Suit seem helpful to the world? What situation would this be most useful for?

The army paid a fortune to develop plasma coated underwear for soldiers who would not have the opportunity to bathe for days, possibly weeks, at a time. Nanotech fabrics could definitely be valuable in a situation like that.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
2: Should the use of odor-free fabrics be used? Does it seem helpful in certain areas?

Absolutely, for the reason I stated in response to question 1.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
3:Any extra opinions about the site and stuff i should take off or add?

The site definitely needs pictures of the suit, even if it's simply hand drawings or renders... Also, definitely needs more cowbell.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
4: Out of the selections of nanotech fabrics i mention in the sections, which fabric/s would be best for odor-resistance fabrics and where and which fabric/s would be good for foreign bodies repellent and where?

I'm not entirely sure what the fabric I read about was, but I do recall the phrase "plasma coated". I read about it a long time ago.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
5: Is there better fabrics to use that you have found that i didn't mention?

I don't know.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
6:Do you like the name UEO Suit? (Uncommon Earthly Occurances Suit)? Got a better name?

No, it's fucking horrible. To come up with a better name, you should think about mother earth, and man, together, in harmony, making love in the mud, getting down and dirty... Yeah... That's it, call it Scat!
I'm just kidding, don't call it that, either...
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
7: I have mentioned the fanny pack or tool belt added to the Suit, do you agree or disagree with that added? Because it may add extra weight but can carry important tools.

No... No pockets, what-so ever. At least, not integrated... Maybe accessories, but the suit should be against your skin, and any kind of pack can be worn over-top.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
8: I have also said the suit will cover the foot and hands, is that a good idea? Should the gloves be fingerless? Do you think these added parts of the Suit are helpful so water and junk doesn't get up your sleeves and such?

Maybe boots, but definitely not gloves... Look at dry suits for inspiration, you can go diving several atmosphere's deep, and not get your tuxedo wet underneath, yet your hands and head are exposed, meaning there are holes for your neck and wrists, yet no water gets in there because it somehow forms a seal with your skin. That's how your suit should be, though I think it should definitely have some glove accessories (finger-less, fingered, and mitten style, or perhaps a convertible kind that covers all 3 types of glove). Likewise, you could accessories with socks, slippers, boots, fins, etc....
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
9: I have disapproved of a pack on the back, do you disagree with it too?

Yup... How else do you plan to repair or deploy shit? Packs are the way of the future... Specifically jet packs!
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
10: Should the Suit be a one-piece like I plan it to be? Most of my ideas are there to make the suit lightweight and easily accessible which the pack may not be.

Don't limit yourself to one style, you must attract all kinds of people to all kinds of styles in order to make them fall in love with the fabric, and then stop producing the styles that don't sell until you have a more refined selection. I recommend looking at gym clothes, anti-chaff, and other such apparel for inspiration.
QUOTE (RairLogic @ Dec 19 2011, 03:53 AM)
11: Anything else to add to the UEO Suit?

In addition to the substances that the wearer might come in contact with on the exterior of the suit, think of all the substances that the wearer might produce as well... Will your suit wick bodily fluids away from the body, will it stain, will it smell, will it cause rashes?

[df]Ninetails - December 19, 2011 03:33 PM (GMT)
I had read somewhere that adding silver molecules to socks doesn't make them smell for years (if you continue wearing them).
This was a research report in chemistry way back in grade 10 lol.

Edit: Here is the proof
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn1360...oparticles.html
You can probably use them in underwear too.

perrinoia - December 19, 2011 04:55 PM (GMT)
Way back? That was like 4 years ago, for you... Hahaha

mZigZz - December 19, 2011 05:00 PM (GMT)
wtf is grade 10

Erowid - December 19, 2011 07:42 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (mZigZz @ Dec 19 2011, 11:00 AM)
wtf is grade 10

http://youtu.be/77xfD4TM6_s

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RairLogic - December 19, 2011 08:06 PM (GMT)
Hehe, thank you for your opinions, i will add them to my site.

RairLogic - December 19, 2011 09:32 PM (GMT)
Haha, i added it the people who helped

RairLogic - December 19, 2011 10:23 PM (GMT)
Any new Suit name ideas?




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