bad news

dashielljt dashielljt at
Fri Dec 20 10:14:52 EST 2002

Right, the release for the dog would have to be both automatic and manual
so that if the automatic didn't work it could be overriden by the manual.

Jude <dashielljt(at)gmpexpress-dot-net>

On Fri, 20 Dec 2002, Toby Fisher wrote:

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On Thu, 19 Dec 2002, dashielljt wrote:

> What Kirk needs is a flying suit with an automatic collission avoidance
> system.  What happens with one of these is that the suit detects him
> slipping.  When that happens, helium suddenly goes into the suit getting
> him slight positive buoyancy, then a small jet fires off and redirects the
> suit and person wearing it such that they don't fall.  Once that much has
> been accomplished Kirk can let helium out of the suit and land safely.

I would strongly suggest an auto-release mechanism for the dog harness as
well, or not only will you have a safety suite, you might also end up with
a portable gallows.

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