And we’re back with our forty-seventh installment of Your Comments. Here are our favorites from the past week, from Makezine, our Facebook page, and Twitter.

In response to A Micro Relay at Work, allaa says:

the contact (or button as they are afectionally called) can be made of cadnium. best be careful and wash hands after touching.

In the piece Mold-Making for Edible Creations, Natalie, the Chickenblogger remarks:

Timely stuff. We made a mold of a pig’s head… chocolate piggy, anyone?

Twitter user Jason J. Gullickson says:

The first article in my new @Makemagazine is about “protecting your ideas”; it’s been a rough third quarter for open-source…

In the piece Homemade Hybrid Rocket Engine, Tommy Phillips says:

This reminds me of a batch of staple-bound books I picked up from the college library sale thirty years ago. “Pacific Rockets, The Journal of the Pacific Rocket Society”, from the late 40′s.
One of their experiments was drilling a hole through a hunk of redwood, mounting an oxygen tank on top and an igniter on the bottom, and launching it.
My collection of the journals is woefully incomplete, so I don’t know how high the wooden rocket launched, but I know that a couple of years later they had switched to plastic.

In the article DIY Satellite Will Blink Morse Code for All the World to See, Facebook user Shantanu Goswami writes:

Sounds cool ! But looking at the bigger picture ….stop littering the space with junks !

In the article Electronic Components Used to Make “Technological Mandalas”, user Brett Coulthard writes:

I’d like to see the schematic!

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