Lunar Boom Town/GLOP (General Left Overs Processers)

This is a proven business pattern which must be carefully tailored to local contexts and constraints to place the goodies where they do more good than harm. Making money with these patterns usually requires some sound If you create more problems attempting to benefit from some personally valuable salvage materials by inappropriately disposing of remaining toxics in delicate ecosystems then you may be convicted and subject to the full sanctions of the cosmic eco combat group or some other malevolent fantasy.[1] Mirwin 22:29, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

Basically, Waste Not Want Not

/engineering notes

CAUTIONThe GLOP Processors chaotically delete dated material in the recycle zone. Do leave your only copy of the data or items in the recycle zone unless you truly do not care to see or use it again. This potentially is an irreversible resource flow. Do not toss into recycling unless you really do not want it back. It is not yet guarranteed that this glop engineering model is ecologically sound. Therefor use of this prototype hearby constitutes agreement that you the user will protect us from our own incompetence by defending us against all comers if we create problems by attempting to recycle your waste data and mass. Mirwin 22:13, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

To operate this GLOP Processor place appropriate information on the item released to the universe in the recycle zone below:

Recycle Zone Below This HeaderEdit

mass conveyor articulated on usenet few years back dependent upon interested self organizing volunteers with carry boxes

google(volunteer mass flow mirwin Michael R. Irwin groups)

fire suppression equipment[4] conceptual overview and design data on quasar quencher RESERVED for relocation to model launch facility for one way cargo crash/soft lander Mirwin 02:47, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Some insider buzzwords and jokes that might provide some inspiration for some game play with Lunar Boom Town components when on study break[5] Mirwin 03:07, 26 November 2007 (UTC)