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(Seattle Times)   Boeing tries to win back dissatisfied 787 customers with quick fix for fiery battery problem. Fix includes heavy-duty titanium or steel containment box around battery cells, high-pressure evacuation tubes, and complete set of used rosary beads   (seattletimes.com) divider line 53
    More: Followup, Boeing, lithium-ion battery, cell phones, steel containment, containment box, containment, variable cost, retrofits  
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2013-02-19 02:20:36 PM

OscarTamerz: Glad to hear they're using titanium but magnesium is even lighter.


Oh, a magnesium housing on an electrical fire. That has NO potential for going completely wrong.
 
2013-02-19 04:51:57 PM

Evil Twin Skippy: OscarTamerz: Glad to hear they're using titanium but magnesium is even lighter.

Oh, a magnesium housing on an electrical fire. That has NO potential for going completely wrong.


that's the joke
 
2013-02-20 11:51:05 PM

astro716: Evil Twin Skippy: OscarTamerz: Glad to hear they're using titanium but magnesium is even lighter.

Oh, a magnesium housing on an electrical fire. That has NO potential for going completely wrong.

that's the joke


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