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|12-14-2012 09:45 PM|
never even thought of that! evaporation is now my friend!
and i don't get THAT cold, but it get's cold... a humbly apologize for any griping i may ever do about evaporation.
glad you are okay, as are your fishes/shrimps/plants/etc.
|12-11-2012 05:28 AM|
I won't complain about evaporation any more... glad I don't have those issues in my region. It just gets really damn cold, but can't complain really.
Glad to hear you are okay, water can always be cleaned up.
|12-07-2012 12:52 PM|
Quakes and tanks have to be a really scary combination.
With the abundance of rimless, open-top tanks in quake-prone areas, there must be something people do to avoid water sloshing out and causing problems. Maybe some kind of extremely absorbent material?
I know people put lips on their stands to prevent tanks from sliding off but I'd never considered water sloshing out.
|12-07-2012 12:15 PM|
|sunyang730||Wow, good that you don't have much damage.|
|12-07-2012 12:00 PM|
rimless tank+condo+earthquake= !!
Finally got home from work to check out the damage from the earthquake that just hit us here in Japan. My 55g looks fine, no water spillage I think. My 20L a a few rocks shifted, salvinia all over the leaves of my riparium plants and I think just minor water spillage. Now my rimless nano is the worst, I think over a liter came out of that tank. Just glad all my DIY stands held up and water didn't short out my extention cords...next project..build a proper place for electrical stuff..no joke....