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milesmiles902

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    June POTM Winner - Random

    June POTM Winner - Kingfisher
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    2018 POTM Winners

    June POTM Winner - Kingfisher
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    June POTM Voting - Random

    Voting Closes: 11:59 pm July 4th, 2018
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    June POTM Voting - Random

    *bump Happy Holidays!
  5. Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Crustacea Deadline: August 1st 11:59 pm
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    June Picture of the Month - Random

    Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Anything. We are looking for the best quality picture of really...anything. Deadline: July 1st 11:59 pm
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    May POTM Winner - Anemones

    May POTM Winner - NanoReefer
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    Flatworms on my torch...

    That's nasty. Did they spread?
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    2018 POTM Winners

    May POTM Winner - NanoReefer
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    June Picture of the Month - Random

    Anything!
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    May POTM Voting - Anemones

    I forgot my password and got locked out, then it's June 4th. Awesome turn-out! Voting Closes: 11:59 pm June 7th, 2018
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    May Picture of the Month - Anemone

    Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Show me your anemones. The person with the least number of fish will be put to the top of the voting list. I want us to stray away from the fish-anemone pictures. Deadline: May 31st 11:59 pm
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    May Picture of the Month - Anemone

    How are these other people supposed to compete with a photo like this?
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    May Picture of the Month - Anemone

    Holly, you're disqualified.
  15. Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Being April Fools', I thought it would be fit to have a picture of the month for Clownfish. Have at it. Deadline: May 1st
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    April POTM Winner - Clownfish

    After multiple rounds of voting, the April picture of the month winner is: Tyler E
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    2018 POTM Winners

    April - Tyler E
  18. There were four contestants that all had 20% of the votes. That being said, we need to re-vote! Closes: May 7th 11:59 pm
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    April Picture of the Month : Re-vote

    Bump
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    April POTM Voting - Clownfish

    I guess a re-vote.
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    April POTM Voting - Clownfish

    Voting closes: May 4th 11:59 pm
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    April POTM Voting - Clownfish

    Uhh. What do we do if there are multiple winners?
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    building Protein skimmer help

    Post that .pdf file.
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    building Protein skimmer help

    Is ρ density? I believe that by looking at this equation that this is for fine tuning a protein skimmer or pump. Maybe calculating the density differential as you proceed up the skimmer? Which would be applicable for engineering a protein skimmer, but density, viscosity and a lot of these constants change from tank to tank. For your sake and really all of ours who just want to turn a knob to raise or lower the proteins water level. I really believe you can resort to simpler methods. I've seen people even make these things out of Gatorade bottles and they work perfectly fine. I think if I was going to design one, I would just make sure the water inlet and outlet have valves, the air pump has a valve, along with another huge valve to raise or lower water level with the ability to overflow more than you'll need. No one would want a protein that size to overflow.
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