For. Starts out encyclopediac semi-serious, then goes to en-unencyclopedic, and is well written. Nice work. Aleister 11:01 6-1-'12
For. Excellent, except for the obvious issue that knitting is mentioned only briefly, and then in disparaging tones. As every knitter knows, knitted fabrics have a higher tensile strength then those sewn, but the cost factor in knitting does limit it's usefulness in large scale manufacture. However by using a 1X1 rib (CO even number of stitches. *K1, R1, *repeat to end of row) this gives the potential for material to stretch which sewn material often can't do, and as such could potentially reduce the issues with suspension bridges as mentioned here. Pup 01:03 06 Jan '12 13:03, January 6, 2012 (UTC)
Comment. Maybe I should have voted against due to this terrible oversight. Pup 01:04 06 Jan '12 13:04, January 6, 2012 (UTC)
Well you know the stuff about bridges and all, this could become reality with graphene. I've been reading all about it on Above Top Secret and the sciency magazines. Just sayin'. Aleister 17:55 6-1-'12
You'd vote against Nachlader?! 1234~19:33, 6 January 2012
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