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The Martian - Part II - Adventure on the Rust Planet

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Oct 30, 2015 11:37:00 AM

The movie, in 3D, was visually stunning  and the extra dimension added layers to the CGI of Mars. I was so immersed that I only noticed the 3D at certain heightened moments, one in particular when snow was falling in front of onlookers on earth. I was fully engrossed.  

I read reviews of “The Martian” where some people expressed disappointment that the movie was a departure from the book. Considering the volume of twists and turns (along with explanations of why certain things were tough on Mars and how Watney, the main character played by Matt Damon, solved the problems) it would have been impossible to actually fit all of them in with satisfactory explanations or narration.

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Topics: corrosion, rust, Static Intercept

Adventure on the Rust Planet: The Martian

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Oct 13, 2015 9:07:00 AM

I'm very excited about the movie The Martian. Clearly I am not alone; after its opening day it received high audience ratings and near-to-box-office-record receipts. Although that may be because of the self-selected group anticipating to see it on opening day, let me give you a few reasons why you should be excited too.

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Topics: corrosion, Intercept Technology, reasons for packaging, rust

Aluminum Does Rust, Just Not the Way You're Thinking

Posted by Greg Spitz on Sep 16, 2015 8:24:00 AM

To begin, it must be said that while the term "rust" is defined as iron oxide and therefore rusting is something that can only happen to iron and iron alloys, asking whether or not aluminum "rusts" gets to an important question. Really the question is about corrosion but because aluminum is an element and not an alloy of iron, the question is more properly posed as "Does aluminum corrode?" Let's find out.

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Topics: pitting corrosion, corrosion resistance, rust, aluminum

Corrosion on Guitar Strings and How to Solve with Packaging

Posted by Elaine Spitz on May 6, 2014 8:52:00 PM

We've had the good fortune to meet many engineers, managers, and business owners in all types of businesses, who are also musicians. I'm pleased to share my favorite Intercept Technology Packaging success story with this intriguing short video presented by Greg Spitz. If you're a musician, know anyone who is, or you just love music, you'll want to watch.... stringed instruments players, you may recognize the copper-colored bag shown in this video.

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Topics: Intercept Technology packaging, anti-corrosion, corrosion, guitar strings, rust

Packaging Your Coins - Announcing Coin Armour

Posted by Joe Spitz on Feb 12, 2013 10:38:00 AM

Liberty Packaging Co. is proud to announce that Coin Armour is now distributing Corrosion Intercept® bags for the protection of coins, paper money, documents, and comic books.  Coin Amour has a consumer/dealer friendly web site in which to navigate and purchase products. The Coin Amour company is owned and operated by Chris Iannucci, a coin and comic book collector/dealer whose expertise in the field of numismatics was instrumental in the development of the Corrosion Intercept bag line for the preservation of collectibles that you'll find on the Coin Armour site. 

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Topics: corrosion, coins, rust, long-term storage



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