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[rquote=638672&tid=155603&author=simply RED]sodium_stearate - 6 meters fuse ? That's hard to ...
18-6-2020 at 16:38
by: sodium_stearate
It's money well spent
Any money spent that adds to a person's scientific
knowledge is in my opinion money well spent!

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18-6-2020 at 10:34
by: sodium_stearate
Crazy Junior High School Adventure
Well ok then here is one example:

Back in jr. high school a few friends and I had been
working w ...
18-6-2020 at 10:15
by: sodium_stearate
please post a picture
A picture would help explain a lot.

Have a close look at the fracture.

If the metal is some ki ...
3-6-2020 at 06:28
by: sodium_stearate
DXM
DXM is a big nothing-burger unless one enjoys
doing the roboshuffle.

My take on DXM is it create ...
20-5-2020 at 10:07
by: sodium_stearate
Free energy Idea, need thoughts
Right. Except there's this little thing called entropy.

If you want a free lunch, go to the soup ...
16-5-2020 at 06:16
by: sodium_stearate
Got my own NMR
Could that possibly be used to analyze some samples
of a few unknown wax compounds?

The samples ...
25-4-2020 at 11:27
by: sodium_stearate
Coronavirus pandemic model
Fair enough. I'll amend my previous statement
to read "We are still in the dark ages with viruses"
15-4-2020 at 15:56
by: sodium_stearate
Coronavirus pandemic model
Certain types of medical science have advanced by a very significant amount during the past 102 year ...
15-4-2020 at 10:08
by: sodium_stearate
Coronavirus pandemic model
What I find most surprising is the fact that the last
big pandemic was in 1918.

That was 102 yea ...
14-4-2020 at 17:22
by: sodium_stearate
Coronavirus pandemic model
I personally think that the world's humans are
now in this scenario for the foreseeable future.
(I ...
14-4-2020 at 10:10
by: sodium_stearate
Coronavirus pandemic model
Understood. I will add that the best way to
analyze any model's faithfulness to reality is by
mak ...
13-4-2020 at 22:10
by: sodium_stearate
It's all seriously cooked data
The only, and let me repeat THE ONLY data
about this debacle that is not being cooked
is the total ...
13-4-2020 at 15:56
by: sodium_stearate
I'm scared
[rquote=632065&tid=154952&author=Chemi Pharma][rquote=631854&tid=154952&author=sodiu ...
4-3-2020 at 08:08
by: sodium_stearate
Scary Stuff
I am scared too. All of this talk about kitchen axes
and cutting omlettes. Very scary!:o
29-2-2020 at 10:29
by: sodium_stearate
off topic stuff now
Why all of the "off topic" stuff all of a sudden?
The O.P. originally asked about the relative lega ...
4-2-2020 at 07:24
by: sodium_stearate
Lice
Well they sure put Zyklon B to good use
in Germany in the early 1940s! What with all
of those na ...
3-2-2020 at 15:45
by: sodium_stearate
Zyklon B
Try getting some of that and watch what happens! :D
2-2-2020 at 11:37
by: sodium_stearate
Dain Bramage
What would happen if these samples were tested
by an independent lab, by qualified research chemist ...
26-1-2020 at 13:50
by: sodium_stearate
KEWL
This is turning into a KEWL place!

Great. Go to burning man. Get stoned out of your mind
and f ...
26-1-2020 at 11:32
by: sodium_stearate
Big TC
My version of the Popular Science's "Big TC" was
built on a 24 x 48 inch base made from 3/4 inch pl ...
18-1-2020 at 03:18
by: sodium_stearate
Big TC
There is a truly great article which was published
in the July, 1964 edition of Popular Electronics ...
17-1-2020 at 07:51
by: sodium_stearate
I recommend the tesla coil science project
Yep. Tesla coils are a lot of fun!
The modern versions all seem to use semiconductors
of some sor ...
16-1-2020 at 10:26
by: sodium_stearate
"Hey yer Honor Man...."
I only did acid like 22 times....

Ah, twice.:D
13-1-2020 at 18:26
by: sodium_stearate
electronic crap
It's fucked up.

Get a different one.

All this modern electronic crap is so cheaply
made, that ...
13-1-2020 at 09:08
by: sodium_stearate
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