Tim Holmanover 1 year ago
I love it! sounds like an awesome idea and I would like to try it. It's just do we need to make a load of new plastic things (probably cheaply and toxicly in China), use a load of energy and materials? Instead of funding the new product can we not educate people to the principles and adapt existing equipment/products. Each one could be a unique work of art. We can share our experience in the building of our own and help others with discoveries and knowledge, a community of fish farmer/designers.
Foster a problem solving culture of self reliance that communicates and shares information. The information needed to understand the principals can be the thing that is old if necessary to create reward for the idea. saving energy and plastic.
It is a great idea.
It does not have to be a new industrially produced plastic business opportunity.
A wise man once said to me 'It's not the thing but how' and The band Bananarama also sung 'it's not what you do it's the way that you do it'.