I imagine the cost of constructing pools would be the major issue, but with all the money that gets wasted on everything else it would not be out of the realm of possibilities if the will were there.
Thinking back on of all time wasted on the marginally useful activities they had us do in PE/gym class in school, the idea seems even more attractive.
It is still a raceway but not subject to the same restrictions that conduit of length greater than 24" is i.e.
conduit fill, reduction of conductor ampacity, etc. I was trying to find somewhere in the code that defined the length of a nipple such that it was not considered to be a raceway.
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That requirement went the way of the dinosaurs about the time I graduated.
(I read somewhere that Harvard imposed the requirement (now abandoned, I believe) after one of its students (Widener, for whom the library is named) drowned when the Titanic sank).
All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner.I wish that Linux was an option, but the other users of the machine would not go for that.I will do it one day I've never been a big DOS user.I'm not averse to upgrading (my "everyday" computer is Windows 7) but I was happy with those versions and I didn't want to change.So I kept the old computer to use for personal documents, as well as for the Windows Media Player and various older software programs that I like that aren't compatible on Windows 7. That combined with lack of support makes it more and more difficult to run without unacceptable risk.
It is, and I am careful, but do get worried about that.