1- Maybe you should consider a medium that is less obviously controversial than bicycle chain art.
2- Confucius say, "Get over it, move on."
Thanks for your thoughts.
Yes I work in different mediums now, but I can't imagine why bicycle chain could be considered "controversial." Maybe you can help me understand that.
The overall impact of the things I've created is squarely in the realm of science.
The fact is that the devices have eye hand coordination benefits, mechanical comprehension benefits (having exemplary potential for hands on learning of such important physics and science staples as tourqe, cycle, process, friction, leverage, balance, unity, contrast, and order), stress relief benefits, A.D.D. suplementation, ambidexterity development, and quite frankly may be an incredible opportunity to make great strides in hemispheric connection of right and left brain functions.
They have been used in schools already by a few teachers I've provided them to, but I need to get them to the doctors. Physical therapy has no equivalent.
I dont think there is any object in place throughout education that can do so much.
STEM is my focus, and this type of device will help future generations have a much better grasp of it's elements.
A bit of humor... they are y3k compliant, earthquake proof, batteries not intended, arms and hands not included.
Move on, get over it? How about make the best of it, stand up for whats right. How about not letting them get away with it. I am the little guy, their foot is on the back of my neck. Because of my inability to even get them to examine the situation, I should walk away.
Brother I don't know where your at, but I live in THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. My father flew 24 missions in the top turret of a b-24 for my freedom, and yours. I value it, and I don't walk past problems I can fix. Especially so when the repair can do so much more good for all.
And for your expletive, it's all yours.