Wee and wash: what next?

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  1. FoodieFi says:

    What’s organic glass?

    I’m impressed by your image work, by the way, getting the side-by-side happening nicely. You using tables?

  2. rayedish says:

    I like the washing machine/toilet idea. It certainly eliminates the problem of how to get the grey water to the toilet. And the front loader is at a good height for packing and unpacking, but ultimately perhaps not the hygienic place to be doing your washing

  3. Foodiefi, that’s a great question. What in god’s name is organic glass?? Oddly, it’s a fully synthetic material made from macromolecular organic compounds which do not follow any principle of periodic arrangement and are hence amorphous. Make of that what you will.

    As for the images, I can’t claim any knowledge whatsoever of how that happens. Possibly it’s just the image that I nicked wot looks real pretty.

  4. Raye, I reckon you could knock up something similar by running pipes under the floor or something.

    You’re right, the height is perfect, and don’t forget that super handy basket holder (the toilet seat)!

  5. FoodieFi says:

    What I make of that is that I can’t resolve the descriptors ‘organic’ and ‘fully synthetic’ to apply to the one compound. Of course, as some hazy days spent at uni remind me, there is a whole area of science called organic chemistry, which has nothing to do with sustainably grown vegetables but instead is all about carbon, but then again I don’t think there’s a lot of carbon in glass either…Having said that, I’d hardly nominate myself as having any credibility in making that statement. You knew me at uni, you know how capable I would have been of absorbing any worthwhile info in a first-year chem lecture, after x hours at the GTB.

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