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  • On Mars-orbiters - radiation is not an issue if you live inside a meter-thick water wall. (yes it's heavy but it's perfect shielding and we all need water) The advantages are exactly that of oceanic ROV ops - you get to study the environment extensively in realtime.

    Griffin Beg-a-thon Update - NASA Watch

  • Tall doors in meter-thick walls at this Mexican colonial hacienda, open onto a wrought iron balcony.

    Tall doors in meter-thick walls at this Mexican colonial hacienda, open onto a wrought iron balcony. © Julia Taylor 2008

  • The long lines of capsules moved toward the earth and concrete emplacements protecting the launching mirror; they reached them; and seconds later, each capsule vanished at 300 gees, shoved upward by a meter-thick column that was nothing more than light, but which looked like a great green growing plant.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The long lines of capsules moved toward the earth and concrete emplacements protecting the launching mirror; they reached them; and seconds later, each capsule vanished at 300 gees, shoved upward by a meter-thick column that was nothing more than light, but which looked like a great green growing plant.

    The Lensman's Children

  • It is typically a meter-thick concrete and steel structure.

    Nuclear power reactor

  • Masons are drilling holes and injecting concrete into the performance hall's meter-thick brick bandshell to reinforce it.

    To Rise From The Ashes

  • Besides, shouldn't a 300-year-old village home with meter-thick walls be dark?

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  • Besides, shouldn't a 300-year-old village home with meter-thick walls be dark?

    un agrume - French Word-A-Day

  • Besides, shouldn't a 300-year-old village home with meter-thick walls be dark?

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Besides, shouldn't a 300-year-old village home with meter-thick walls be dark?

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