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    1 Day Ago
    Not everyday nor every wood stuff, very confident calls in no wind after playing with same wood that day, but nice easy ballet of spring loading limb tips against roof with downward sweep action just enough to jump off and away when can find it in shituation(defined as tough scenario), especially when tree kept mostly off house, kinda under 100# end trims to move along mite allow dead drop of then clear meaty pieces or rigging of same after reducing difficulty some. Kinda ticked 1 customer off as he shook head and walked away and said "..is that all i had to do?" as he walked away(yeah sure buddy that is all/nothing to it!?); heard clearly as that was only 1 story, looks more wild off 2nd/3rd story for sure, more grace as don't have to spring load as hard to get roll out/away on land. i watched for glass, but didn't get any real sitback when hit ground, roll motion obliged to continue away from house, but seems possible to sitback towards house if not enough flip in works when stiffer end hits ground after bouncing off softer end from/on roof. . Banana Peeling is one thing i was actually shown/and that was what it was called, made sense of CoG stuff later, sideways effects and 'leaf spring' etc. Mostly shown just to tilt down limb over fence to your side of fence and then cutoff learned to watch for flip back. But banana peeling is what they called it. Another visiting climber told me to watch the tension wood and tried to describe, i had no ode what he was talking about. Got walked thru first topping to hop over fence, by slamming face closed tho; don't think i woulda got that on my own. But by guys that didn't mind cutting knot off of end of rig line occasionally a/n; without much knotting sense. Was soon on my own.
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    2 Days Ago
    Very nice, done this lots; less stress on final hinge as said. >>sometimes easier for it to slide off lowers some for even less hinge stress, or crutch push off lower branch on left to push to right side in tandem with hinge commands.. >>also, feeding peel to side, doesn't feed directly into fiercest pull of gravity down, as piece folds to side some rather than pure down i think for more hold time on peel . Can banana peel back over fence, then slide pieces free off lowers under them, then into clear zone. >>less drop before ground contact and is to springy end >>when feeling real good, done a number in that tree, sometimes peel fast enough to let go (straight down on this trick), spring load tip on roof to make it jump off away from house >>gotta feel like everything working rite on that tree, on that day, at that temp etc. for that! >>but once get it can really move along w/o rigging for jsut ends over roof, peel back and free drop rest or rig meaty weight ; more clear of roof . To me are adjusting CoG and horizontal clearance too(lose some vertical clearance tho, as now have tail to drag with). Sometimes, just do 1 side of fork to throw pull to other side. >>sometimes you want leveraged pull so much as to fold down left fork to you, sling on each fork krabbed together >>cut left free, to put even more weight to right fork, and left horizontal now clear >>can leave left stob long enough to bring rig line from high right, over left stob then under to right fork for more of a torqued turn forced my more values right (sometimes with sling/krab on left fork as guide/keeper, but allows line pull freely) . Always carried bunch of slings/krabs (once on board with it, had to force self to take upstairs every trip to find things to use for at first as maybe one of the best things i ever did); 1 fave usage was re-setting CoG in dual fashion of not just relieving left pull, but then also putting weight on right as double usage of the same force. >>thought of as using the yin AND yang by this double usage of the weight to make not singular, but compound, more pivotal change in target CoG pull direction out of whatever hook trying to avoid.
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    4 Days Ago
    . That ya do sir.
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    4 Days Ago
    real, olds-cool <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/5f_FjfIQQfo" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    6 Days Ago
    theTreeSpyder replied to a thread Rope in Gear Forum
    Taking capstan math full circle (so to speak); back to beginning, re-describe knots, even more confidently steering attention to arcs etc. Knots and rigs made of straight lines and the half arcs. Look for lines not to be pure straight/need truing to cosine math; But frictions and grips that give knots controls, are from the half circle arcs of the capstan math. Defining most of knotting until enter extreme elasticities in for (more)deformations. . . My simplified view of 'paste' and 'pinch' in 1arc single Turn, to understand Clove 'paste' crossing and Cow type 'pinch' in 3arc RT re-arrainged to these forms: . . Adding HH to the mix to be able to release line now and still hold, tracing thru power arc capstan logic of turns on host /mount >>adding same theory to HH's around standing, finding RT + 2HH as 3arc on support by RT, held by 3arc 2HH's as benchmark model >>even tho Bitter End doesn't Nip most properly inside the power arc of capstan math, but rather in the weak Nip of draw of ends together against load force's wishes. >>Anchor Hitch corrects with Bitter End easily placed inside the power arcs to Nip better. . . As side note: Heard IRS agent yesterday describe an audit as an autopsy w/o advantage of dying first!
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    theTreeSpyder replied to a thread Rope in Gear Forum
    Benchmark 10x friction leverage of control leg over load leg @ 3arc Round Turn paper shows as nylon rope on aluminum brake as .25 friction co-efficient. Seeing is believing, pull back the curtain shroud of mysterious patterns for the math to show the connective points lined up to a fabric contiguous flow can better see logic in. The math reveals the commanding forces as a pattern, as field thumb-rule to paste to a few benchmarks, for better feel of what truly is going on. So see/reconfirm more concretely and can back it up in standard ropes we use to this formula, RT very good, but not in Dyneema etc. Then how much more friction hemp has, thus why some knots not used anymore, as don't work well in the lower 'frictive'(knudeNoggin) hemp; is jsut not something ya say, heard, seems so, but prove-able to deploy with more confidence etc. . . Once again, the capstan math on support doesn't include drawing ends together as to HH, that is not an load empowered arc, >>it is a draw together of unmounted area of line, that load force wants straight, but draw overrides enough to bring ends together in HH
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    1 Week Ago
    The one with fence was 3days after storm, no wind conditions and just let go. Lots of stories like that at the time. . Mostly trying to show shallowness of roots , and low circumference of reach. >>low leverage reach and thereby less bound weight as well. . But still, always dealing to blind hand, looking for clues to the possibilities of the worst. I've felt the Earth move below my feet before, busted unseen pipes from underground root movement with no apparent ground disturbance etc. No pix of them under fire tho, wasn't like now.
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    1 Week Ago
    7'@150' put binders over root swell. . Found these samples of ya never know; Trees only chase water etc. so deep into oxygenated non-anaerobic conditions. These are purposely even shallower from life of over available water not challenging roots wider and deeper for feeding one heavier, wider, lower anchor root base mechanically. Then loose ground in wet conditions from hurricane. . Placing immense leveraged felling forces on a point anchor pulls into unseen anchor and history etc. Single trees , in dream green grass, fertilizer pushing growth, compacted/construction ground, AND over availability of water from canopy not kept wide and pointing low to trail water away from tree as far as possible to draw roots wider for stability, food, reduce competition etc. As well as local conditions and sprinkler making water over- available under canopy. Probably dream green grass competing all the way to volcano mulch as exact opposite of Nature, mulch only over where ramped root crown should be. . . . .
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Still have PTSD from first 3yrs. of 5th grade >>so i'm not big on conferences either Prayers to ya'Butch
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    2 Weeks Ago
    On pulls from backlean, i think over the top is best lacing; >>for it stays at top thru rotation >>tying to front more of a change i think. . Also have always thought over the top, tie down low above cut >>is more of arc input, into trying to get arc movement on hinge. . 180 fall to bear along hing major length to fold across minor >>does put the most leveraged length of hinge against sidelean But i think can also get a lil'crazy in biggers >>step Dutch can help once moving >>this is where i've played with side rope thingy All in all not fave unless shorter broken off and no other way.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    After hurricanes and lots of water down here in Florida ground is loose and this is a bigger consideration. Hard to calc invisible ground hold on invisible tree anchoring taking all the leveraged forces.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Root shift from felling forces closer to trunk/stiffer roots can break pipes etc. even w/o coming out of the ground. >>Tons of forces in felling, then more with impact of change multiplier
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Constantly fumbling to do so perhaps; but again i blame geometry. . load range = nominal(vert) to potential leverage(horiz) nominal weight of limb= 100# (vert) CoG @ 15'(mid point, probably more)=1500#potential leverage(horiz) . Starting from horizontal, are forcing hinge start strength at just under 1500#. fold down to hang on branch or rope vertically = nominal 100# loading >>so if fiber not all bound up on arching of limb and hinge started at 1500# - 1fiber(kinda)>>expect can hold! . Sliding side ways from more horizontal start strategy: i always picture felling directly into lean or straight down from horizontal on limb >>as feeding into harshest pull of gravity of fiercest forces >>and felling to off side angle as not feeding directly into fiercest gravity pull(in bucking top bind i try to fold to side not to peak upward horiz of most force) So if can, fell as side lean or pivot horizontal down sideways not feeding into harshest pull(exercise skills too) >>also if on rigging line serving more to under rig point with horiz reach sideways etc. or step further, soft half copter spin in free fall . But all in all going from weaker position holding leveraged load to nominal >>think like when flipping something over instead of ending up with arms crossed (weaker), start crossed and uncross >>instead of overloaded surprise at end, start weaker and know for sure can handle what is coming including motion force as move to stronger That is what i try(ied)to extrude from horiz downward list on hinge, sometimes just kinda following slant of roof and spin/throw away when real confident in that tree.. . In all movement, always remember speed squared, real game changer.. >>smooth and slow can help keep forces low.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    i really like Marc-Antoine's descriptions and feel here from him watching so many hinges over the years. . i too envision the gradient slide from tension to compression MUST logically (perhaps counter-intuitively at first) have neutral point/range of neither between the 2 extremes >>And, that rope fibers on tight bight would show same tension/neutral/compression gradient slide pattern . In rigids the distance between the compression and tension support is the torque leverage that can lessen the tension(if compression support, reverse if tension support column) The compression stays same as is central pivot like pulley and input load hasn't changed>>therefore needed support not changed >>inherits forces of the fight between leveraged load and leveraged hold that must be balanced or tree moves/falls If not moving, then load side hasn't changed, and must be matched by tensions >>so if tension/compression farther apart in same scenario (same hinge point thicker hinge) >>then tension reduces cuz now has leverage helping more, cuz, if same leveraged load, then takes same tension x leverage to balance so, compression same and tension reduced if leveraged length/angle increases tension hold's multiplier. >>similar to 1000" on 1 side of pulley needs 1000# ballast for 2000# on pulley. If balast is 5x1 jig, it's tension is 200#, but pulley still gets 2000# to hold and ballast 1000# Compression in fixed lean scenario only changed by change of hinge pivot compression point moved. >>this will change loading angle/distance to change leveraged load to pivot, and to not move system must change tensions to match >>changing pivot position in 1 move increases or decreases leveraged load, and opposite to hold tensions,as pivot is slider between the 2 extremes >>and can't give to 1 side w/o taking from other, like was see-saw and moving pivot between extreme ends, can't take from 1 w/o giving to other of the shared length between. Compression as pivot inherits both legs A>of the load and B>ballast hold of load, just like pulley as pivot inherits likewise both legs of pull (load and ballast of hold) >>system orchestrates this on leveraged portions, while at same time getting the direct downward compression from inline portions of force . This non-leveraged portion of weight inline over the hinge, that we already know can be held>>has only it's nominal weight as force/not leveraged >>so to me is like a storage battery, releasing from nominal loading to leveraged multiplier of same loading as tree rotates >>the balanced inline portion isn't trying to fall, is happily balanced not wandering, until other forces pull it's weight from battery/storage and add to leveraged/moving force Pure inline telephone pole is 100% compression, hang would be 100% tension each only equal and opposite force points (2) >>side force only employed on non-inline, must break into 3 force points now , have both tension/compression ranges and nether in between on support side >>not support side either 100% tension or compression of full surface >>this can be very hard on containing device, trees are wonderful as can mostly handle this, many other things can't Rigid devices trees etc. can create this 3rd point, and hold it if not overcome with side force >>flexibles like rope, can only support inline to tension direction ONLY >>there fore can't set up the 3 force points(only 2) w/o outside help to create 3rd point Compression side force pushes CoG and pivot away form each other, more out of line for greater leveraging or fighting to hold against constantly >>tension side force more amicably pulls CoG and support more inline, to relieve, not aggravate forces more Pulling grocery cart with 1 hand easier as pulls inline amicably, pushing 1 handed fight to keep inline; add other hand and stability is distance apart >>pulling cart also easier cuz input high to low axle load is kinda pulling out of hole, pushing high to receive low gives side force into ground >>for inline is unique singular column of 1 dimension, always 2 dimension of it's non/of leveraged dimensions, in cart is sideways and up down as traveling forwards . in movement must keep in mind Murph's changing position to less loaded angle from horizontal reducing loading, but now to more stretched and displaced fibers >>this also applies to upward angle moving thru more horizontal/loaded(like felling) before tipping to less loaded angle >>but also, remember E=MCsquared means speed of the motion is squared in it's force delivery to whole . Not all woods can go the distance of the forces we can calc in the geometry. Volume of forces, can overcome the constitution of the tree as container and fail, barber chair etc. >>like turning up power to full available force and burning up connecting device wire between yin/yang +/- forcepoints , overflows the wire container's constitution/boundariess
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Absolute key to many good flavoring processes: Dr. Maillard's browning effect Complex flavors building deeper and deeper; like try to get in alcohol distilling, pickling, smoking etc.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    theTreeSpyder replied to a thread Rope in Gear Forum
    Not if no force downward/but across, round is a special gradually changing landscape, with flexible rope device mating around arc(s). . Cracking the code: >>should also note, these calcs are not for the bottom half of limb grabbed by Half-Hitch>>this is a drawn together/not load powered frictions >>the Draw to half Hitch position is ADDED (not exponential) load friction force added to load powered radian force arc chart shows >> thus lower half of Half Hitch is worst Nip position too; as not part of the load powered radian force arc(s) In Half-Hitch there is only 180degrees, of chart's exponential frictions TOP half of branch/host mount OPPOSITE load pull side >>the lower drawn together rope ends to make actual Half-Hitch do NOT count in this math exponentially, just add a bit of frictions after. . . Friction co-efficients for materials are a standard stated chart, of not very many rope on self/wood/metal references >>i think spreadsheet calculations shown can decode what been seeing, feeling and questioning in many ways >>and can't find any other chart of such comparisons as even serially in 1 material mating pair, let alone cross comparisons of materials >>rope condition of worn, glazed, dirty, wet etc. can change critical coefficient some This, is key to many questions and usages, as arc frictions rule in knotting.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Yes, kind like a crane or jack is only as good as ground stands on. Of curse if compression was decayed quite possibly tension comprised for forward and side control >>perhaps would be dead stop before escalated to stop dead.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Would Butch sound too gay if i said for him "you have some fine looking meat there sir"? . i mean it does look like someone really took their time, making love to all that meat. . We just cook small any more; and quicker (and cheaper). These are just some alternatives have linked together to minimize wait and try to get closer to what you got. Try to soften to like better quality thru biology, then mechanical, then marinade , then 2phase cook for best of both worlds:of dry phase/browning and holding off to side, just long enough to let sit covered and finish on own in moist phase/slower cool down and coax into sliding into home plate on it's own, slice across grain orchestration of strategies playing with; each fair on it's own. The quick-cure of controlled microbe growth (which is what curing is) the most counter-intuitive to show. Can always cook up just a bit more, but no so much less; been awhile since had to tho. In Beef , filet is king tender. but seems king is pomp-assedly above beefy taste somewhat. If can get cheaper cut to be more filet like, keep beef flavor >>works fair enough, but process really shines in pork more i think. . Sweet Baby Ray's great sauce, coverup for many errs (my friend several times) as can be very over-powering to always good. i like onside, but sometimes burn i mean caramelize on.
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    2 Weeks Ago
    1 man Chainsaw mainstream debut 50's thru 60's Put luckily for us Beranek and Dent leading the pack first in the timeline, and capturing it so in it's rawness to hand it down so... i honestly can't conceive of any other(s) doing any better for us, straight up out of the box with da'chit in those times, truly pioneering in may ways! Dr. Shigo, already up and running grabbing new toy to spiral deeper with research and already setup in professional training that lends to reporting >>but still a phenomenon in his own rite, once again so lucky it was him investigating and reporting. . Also feel lucky to be in such a time of growth in climbing gear influenced by other professions and the advancements made in understanding rather than violating tree Nature. . Of course there's the being on the greatest tree forum in the world timing too!
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    2 Weeks Ago
    i like guys thinking they seen all of poster after being placed in front of it several times; Explaining what i've only read about the spring boards, showing the binding chains high and low and pointing out cast and story behind it.. Sometimes even a lil'anti-EPA rant looking at olde saw. That was the kinda 1-2 poster had on us, real knock-out; and much more peace! . A guiding light sir, thanx! (is he blushing yet?)
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    2 Weeks Ago
    i remember anytime thought was getting good ; went to wall and stared at Gerry's 150' still 7' poster as over-ride >>and just humbly hanging head low and going out and trying to do best i could. In time shut many guys up in front of that poster after any mouth or attitude dared to try to attract attention . Please excuse me if i even/ever seemed to tell it any other way than being a (care-full)student, not stud!
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    theTreeSpyder replied to a thread Rope in Gear Forum
    Distilled to show this is TOTALLY degrees(really radians) of contact after setup for exponential growth, of a given friction, on a circular object >>And where those numbers come from! >>ie same brake friction force from same rope on 4" or 48" matching material . . Thus, larger host drum/pipe/branch/capstan would be for strength and softer arc deformity of rope around arc >> NOT brake force by size of branch/pipe etc. which is determined by the amount of half turns extending to inside of knots, friction hitches (knot internals and friction hitch rope on rope grabs) etc. . This, re-affirms: Rope only supports on the inline axis, in the tension direction. Thus, a straight line is the basic rope component, and half circle arc back to same axis is second basic rope component >>straights only connect points >> the half circle arcs are the base of the knot's/system's magic
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    theTreeSpyder replied to a thread Rope in Gear Forum
    Cracking the code >>and so by extension can fill in the blanks: (otherwise known as mebbe i don't get out enough cuz find this exciting) . . i didn't think 180 degrees would yield this much?! This is for the load force turns only NOT the 'drawn together' force of making a Half Hitch under a 180degree turn >>the drawn forces under centerline of host mount are NOT part of the load arc math shown the drawn together frictions add to the math, but NOT part of half circle /radian arc counts on chart. . Just like best nips in the power rope arc of load, NOT the drawn together forces to Half Hitch. >>Nip forces in single turn reduce from top/opposite load pull to centerline of host mount >>while conversely Nip forces build greater to centerline from drawn together force of Half Hitch. The load force want rope to pull away under centerline in single turn, the drawn force fights just enough to bring Half Hitch together to overcome load force wanting to be straight legs, then from the drawn together Half Hitch, frictions increase up to centerline
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    3 Weeks Ago
    Process i favor for pork, some beef, partially chicken. . Sanitation says to keep everything out of between 40-140 as increasingly active (to about 115 or so) bacteria that can affect our bodies most, as do well in most parallel environment/temp. But i remember trays of pork especially covered by butcher paper at room temp. in some of best bbq memories as kid. The meat was broken up and flavored by more fat in those days as other variable. i also remember Grandma very purposefully cooking in broaster on back porch, turning off, covering device with towels and let sit. Years later i see tv bbq contests where they take stuff from grill and put in $400 cooler to slow cool, to absorb most of juices etc. Naturally. . i turn air fryer to 160, seems to only go towards 140 in box. Especially pork, sometimes beef, not really chicken: i try to put in danger range about 110 internal meat temp. for about 2hrs. to purposefully break rules and get microbes active, just long enough to work, but not putrify. Microbes start breaking down meat, like long cure. Especially pork gets more towards ham softness and coloration, some bloat from internal activity , giving softening like finer steak noted . . Then Jaccard against grain to pierce and break fiber strands to soften(pork,chix,beef). Jaccard gives list of surgical thin, non round slices that are said to allow marinade and then swell shut better than less surgical knife cuts and definitively better seal than round fork holes. Fork can also push grain aside, this blade more likely to come thru grain. Originally used in Chicken and Country Fried Steak type stuff i think. . Then marinade in KC Masterpiece Honey Teriaki (especially good on pork, chix), especially for more carmelizing over the fire. and let sit in bag, squishing around every so often. But immediately start fire. i start with paper only, in a chimney, good hard wood(long hot burn) charcoal. Salt in marinade alters meat fibers after pulling flavor. The salt modifies proteins, un ravels some and they pull from each other some, like in filet etc. . Prefer dry to grill tho, over hot, charring fire. Go for 'maillard effect' of brown/char meat for best savory complicated flavor chains building on each other, but mostly just char for this effect and move to cooler part of grill, to simmer/smoke but not all the way. On it's way to done as a thermal velocity, pull, put in ceramic storage and cover with glass or ceramic, then towel over like Grandma, then put in microwave, but don't turn on, just more insulation to target for hour or so. . Larger shoulder pork, may inject with apple juice concentrate, garlic, pork etc. base (teriyaki too thick especially spices to thick to fit thru needle), bacon grease for lube and flavor. Bacon grease dribble also fair non-chem charcoal starter help. i still do the other stuff too, but attack inside with needle on larger. Try not to let squirt out of meat form other place, cover with saran in case does for sanitation. . i'm big on bleach in dish water, and 30water:1bleach spray bottle for spray and let evaporate from surfaces/not wipe. i have mid point in cooking meat where switch away from raw meat utensils, to others. i have long and short tongs to make sure i keep straight. Commonly all raw handling bowls etc. removed from grill area, wipe and spray bleach water mix on bench around grill. i bought small bake pane with holes in it at $1 Tree, put on side, bent into grill, to 1/3 circle, coal stays in this hot box, stacks closer to meat, preserves cooler regions of grill for when not hitting direct with fire phases. . W/o chemical nor heat sanitation of camp etc.; look to strip to storage and handling utensils to impermeable surface as clean to no food source for nasties, then air dry for sanitation of no water that all life needs, so nasties have no food, water, hiding places; but no drying by towel etc. Never allow cross-contamination / inoculation of active protein nasties amongst pork/chix/beef/seaf. UNLESS just on table and immed. cook before nasties can proliferate and putrefy in fun of new, unchecked fertile ennviro. . When slicing, do so against the grain as last tenderizing move on chess board. Can do in half day, and think gives real pork/beef flavor especially, tender and good! >>next day left over test passes ; after smoke clears from air and can really define taste etc.! . Used to be more fat allowed in especially pork. When was teen, some fancies came around and convinced some farmers to try about no fat hog, saying would get better price /yield. >>time of trails of tears from proud men facing losing properties owned by family for 5-6 generations, and a proud lifestyle carrying for critters even 4am Christmas morn(thats when you really know this is a lifestyle, not a job!) to bankers.. >>flopped in end, much money lost by small farmers to fancy salesman, for pork w/o flavor.. . She doesn't like too much smoke flavor, but can still see red ring outer, from process. >>we do go with can have juicy pork, some pink occasional, not olds-cool over cook to kill trichinosis. >>but any smoke ring outer should be more definitively colored than center in pork i think. . They say, not to trust a skinny cook. But for many of us, we are kinda picky eaters, that just won't eat just anything..
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    08-13-2019
    i think alignment to leg lift force point, directly against own CoG force point(male:approx. solar plexus, stomach brain, chakra, other oriental refs.) is key, and chest box helps/enforces. . This is my imagery of the extra energy needed to same task, when CoG downward force column is not squarely over lift force column (both linear gravity line) >>since the mis-aligned equal opposites are in compression, constantly fight side force pushing further out of alignment (tension would pull back inline w/side force) . . Thus greatest increase in work input is not the loss from small drop in efficiency, but rather the fight against runaway side force; to then work more to cover both efficency loass and carry sideforces ! Note how the smallest amount of deflection from inline drops column/support very little >> but side force builds immensely by comparison. >>These are some force effects contained in all rigid devices>>can get feel of war of forces usually only seen, and decode what all things 'feel'/forces borne at these simple offsets . Flexible devices only support inline, but carry side forces>>so need external side force to keep from aligning equal opposites >>can be side pull of another line or a matching angle of line like 2 angled legs of line to same pulley>>each leg's side force is ballast of other leg's etc.
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    08-13-2019
    If Chain Basket(2 support connections/ends to pulley), would stay away form flat teepee at connection, but would give round turn first around arm. Note arm seems square/rectangular not magic round shape of gradual receding cosine giving up to sine gradual exchange of forces from tension in chain device >>would put in anti-slide light rope uphill from chain, hill keeps from upward creep, restriction locks against downward creep/slide Will not grip same as round host support, can even try 2 leg support of prussic(but pulls off 1 side of rectangle support), would still consider anti slide locks of build. Other deformity could suffice as anti-slide down. want some slant in arm for force column anyway. Flat webbing could lay tight, low efficiency loss, but on other axis defame very easy on slide stop because very little strength on that minimal axis, super towing webbing strength probably over-rule that part of math though ; especially thicker, more power against deform. . Slow climb in DdRT back up, handling 2x as much rope as drop, more than usual windsway possible funneling out under bridge w/total exposure possibly wet.i'd think safety wise should evacuate on arm before car, if using same arm for support, as for as loading and other complications. . Of course could get lazy and ride on car.. This could bring liability questions and red flag from wrecker crew that (mite)never signs off on life support due to insurance coverage cyaPolicy etc.>>be prepared for said argument. .
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