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The Regrow Siding
Transcript of The Regrow Siding
The Regrow Siding is made from the atoms of normal siding combined on a cellular level with the atoms of a starfish. The starfish has the ability to regrow its own limbs so it is the perfect candidate for this job.
How Does it work?
As you may know starfish have the ability to regrow limbs, if you take the special atoms within that specific trait of the starfish and combine it with the siding atoms, whenever the siding breaks it will heal/regrow the part that was broken off as starfish do.
How much does it cost?
A normal set of siding costs around $18,000 for a normal house. The Regrow Siding costs around $20,000-$25,000 for a normal house. This may sound like a large amount, but after just one bad hailstorm, the buyer will be gaining their money back from damage costs.
How Hard is it to make?
The particle Accelerator will break down the atoms of the starfish and products used to create siding.
Why would this help?
Have you noticed that repairs for your house cost a fortune. All you need is on set of siding and roofing for your house ever as it will regrow for free.
The Regrow Siding
By Clayton Russ of S.T.A.R. Labs
How Many Times Has This Happened to you?
Have you ever been caught under the
weather, literally. Has your house ever
been struck by attacking hail or rabid rain drops. Using Biomimcry, I have come up with the proper solution for this issue.
Organisms That Could Work.
The Reason We use a Particle Accelerator
Other Machines might cause the atoms to reject each other.
The atoms will then combine with each other.