When it comes to rope, you can’t really make a rope without using water and chemicals.
That means you have to be able to bend it with your fingers, which is one of the most frustrating things about rope.
Now, a team of researchers from Harvard has developed a solution to the problem.
Their solution, dubbed the “Veil Raft” and a few other names, is made of a polymer called Vectran.
Its strength, toughness, and ductility are all measured in parts per billion, which means you can bend it using your fingers or a piece of PVC pipe.
Vectrans are already widely used in rope making and rope-making-related industries, but their properties have never been tested for their durability.
But they could be even more useful.
According to Harvard researchers, the new material has a strength of about 7.5 times that of PVC.
That’s a lot of strength, but its ductility is better than PVC.
And its ductileness is even better.
Because the material is flexible, the researchers found, it has a very low coefficient of drag.
It doesn’t bend or tear like PVC.
So it can withstand even the most extreme stresses in the world, from falling trees to falling buildings.
If the material was used in a commercial product, it could make a durable rope that could be used in factories and on airplanes.
That could help make rope more flexible, and less prone to tearing, and could reduce the cost of production, the scientists say.
The researchers are also excited about the possibilities for its application in other industries.
They’ve already made a rope for bicycles, which they say is better in many ways than traditional ropes.
“The bicycle rope is made out of plastic.
So the problem is that they need a flexible material,” said researcher Nicholas E. Bock, a professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at Harvard.
“And the flexible material is not available.
We want to make flexible, high-strength, low-cost, high capacity rope.
So we think that Vectron’s properties, while not as strong as PVC, are more flexible.”
The scientists also think that their solution could be applied to other rope types, such as plastic, nylon, and other materials.
It could also be used to create more flexible rope for use in marine applications.
And as you might expect, the rope’s strength is higher than PVC’s, which has a coefficient of tensile strength of less than 1.
The Harvard team is also working on making flexible nylon rope.
And the team is currently developing a material that’s more than 100 times stronger than PVC, which would be ideal for fishing gear and other rope-related applications.
But to make it practical, the Harvard researchers are working with other labs around the world to improve their technology and create a commercially viable version.
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