• Re: Cold salt water aquar

    From Micheal Pelt@1:278/230 to All on Sat May 31 21:32:00 2003
    That works really well for cooling overclocked puters, so oughta work for a cold quarium

    <Gee@Whiz.com> wrote in message news:7e94dvsbkkf111tdjr6mv6utho4srr2ulo@4ax.com...

    Just a thought, I don't know it will work. But what about one of
    those mini frig-freezers with your return tube passed through the
    freezer part?

    LadyBug

    On 20 May 2003 14:36:14 -0700, rolo_tomazze@yahoo.com (terrys) wrote:

    I have been interested in maintaining a cold, salt water Tide Pool
    aquarium since I first saw one in a fish store in 1968. I think >invertebrates are more interesting than fish, and if you are willing
    to go to the beach, and 'bring 'em back alive' much cheaper. Might
    catch some fish too. The problem is temperature, must be below 60
    degrees F, and chillers seem to start at $700. Need to find some
    clever fellows who have solved the temp/chiller problem without using
    their
    wallets. Are you out there? Waiting in Oregon.

    Terry


    ---
    ■ RIMEGate(tm)/RGXPost V1.14 at BBSWORLD * Info@bbsworld.com

    ---
    * RIMEGate(tm)V10.2ß * RelayNet(tm) NNTP Gateway * MoonDog BBS
    * RgateImp.MoonDog.BBS at 5/31/03 8:32:36 PM

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/M 100
    * Origin: MoonDog BBS, Brooklyn,NY, 718 692-2498, 1:278/230 (1:278/230)
  • From Noah@1:278/230 to All on Thu Jun 5 07:34:00 2003
    http://www.aloha.net/~hqf/indexjrosechiller.htm
    ---
    ■ RIMEGate(tm)/RGXPost V1.14 at BBSWORLD * Info@bbsworld.com

    ---
    * RIMEGate(tm)V10.2ß * RelayNet(tm) NNTP Gateway * MoonDog BBS
    * RgateImp.MoonDog.BBS at 6/5/03 6:34:30 AM
    * Origin: MoonDog BBS, Brooklyn,NY, 718 692-2498, 1:278/230 (1:278/230)