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09-05-2012, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by ONO94 View Post
Not saying the material will work for making hockey sticks--but did you read the part about the military looking at the material for armor use? I just can't imagine the military would use a product that swells as armor for vehicles or people. My guess is that the binding agent would go far in making the material absorbant or non-absorbant and hockey companies wouldn't use an absorbant version.
Valid point. I'm was more talking about what an above poster stated about the scientific make-up of this material, and he was saying it is super absorbent. In which someone replied with putting a layer of paint on it. Then, I made my comment of what happens when that layer gets scratched.

But your point is still valid and who ultimately knows what will become of this?

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