sön 2011-08-28 klockan 19:03 -0500 skrev Dale:
> James wrote:
> > Bill Longman<bill.longman<at> gmail.com> writes:
> >> eix -c -C sci-chemistry
> > Ok, thanks everyone! I was very tired Friday
> > and I appreciate
> > the suggestions of sites and syntax....
> > Lots of chemistry based software for my son to play with....
> > It's just a darn shame kids today do not get the
> > cool chemistry sets of yore.....
> > James
> Nowadays, if you mix vinegar and baking soda, you are accused of making
> a bomb. They called it fun 20 or 30 years ago. lol
> I still want to know what Spencer puts in the camera film thingys and
> makes it pop off. It was liquid and what looked like a pill or
> something. Erin said he was getting some distance on them tho. o_O
Any headache or fever reducing medicine that dissolves in water would do
I guess. A friend of mine had a cold and brought some anti-fever, non
recipe, medicine in a plastic tube which was flat pills that you put in
water to dissolve. We were at a hotel in a hot and humid country,
Dominican Republic, and we woke up in the middle of the night when a
loud "pop" sounded. The same was repeated the next night. In the
mornings we couldn't understand why the lid of the tube was thrown on
the floor and it was put on again and it took a couple of days for us to
realize what had happened. Some moisture had gotten inside the tube and
the pills where starting to dissolve which raised the pressure in the
tube which then made the lid to pop off.
> :-) :-)