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Lugols and whey in the morning. by Barnaby Ducklock - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 05:25:00 EST ID:YXQdimCP No.75279 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yo, I have some problems, taking lugols and brazil nuts since.
So Iodine and selenium.
Now, I have also a mild, very mild, case of adrenal insufficiency, called adrenal fatigue.
I am eating timed meals and it works, but doing a breakfast every morning is a hassle, want to drink a shake and get over it.
Does Lugols and whey and or olive oil denaturate each other?
It might make my life a bit easier to know that.
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Samuel Greendock - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 16:25:33 EST ID:leb0yeuz No.75284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75283
So it's prescribed?
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Samuel Greendock - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 16:28:39 EST ID:leb0yeuz No.75285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75283
also, /med/ would know better.
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Emma Clacklepack - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 02:55:06 EST ID:YXQdimCP No.75288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75285
ok
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Syllogism - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 20:52:03 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.75293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Elemental iodine could potentially do this to olive oil:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halogenation#Iodination

And it might create a really disgusting gel in the presence of globular proteins like whey.

Why not just take KI salts if you're iodide deficient? Humans don't actually need to ingest elemental iodine which the thyroid oxidizes the iodide anion to atomic iodine. Diatomic iodine never comes into the picture.
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Syllogism - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 20:53:08 EST ID:stqlrmZK No.75294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75293

>iodine which the thyroid

iodine. the thyroid* nb


what is the current dmt tek? by Simon Supperkuck - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 20:14:28 EST ID:7n4DphWn No.75204 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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it's been a few years since i have looked into this and i am wondering if any new teks have come out, and which one i should use. i would prefer one that doesnt use HCL
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George Pittcocke - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 15:50:53 EST ID:Qe2BDvqQ No.75257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75209
You might be thinking of the food safe D-limeone and slaked lime tek, great if you plan on putting the extract into your mouth because I don't feel comfortable with my own abilities (YMMV) to eat something that had lye and napthpa in it.
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Cedric Babblefuck - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 16:53:22 EST ID:nB4YYFMr No.75258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Has Phalaris become a suitable source? Do we finally have the technology? I remember last year or so there was some promising information and teks involving it but they were having some problems with defatting the plant, as well as with extraction of just DMT as they are known to have 5-MeO-DMT and gramine
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Phyllis Cengercocke - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 07:18:21 EST ID:72wOh3Tw No.75264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75209
Your stomache is full of HCl anyway so whats the problem? Thats what keeps the pH low for the first step of digestion.

Dont tell me youre one of these crystal hippies that believes in 'wrongly activated molecules/atoms' and goes all anti-synthetic because organic maaaan...

HCl is among the safest acids you could imagine for extracting things that you might consume.
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Sophie Debberbury - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 15:35:23 EST ID:N+09Raqg No.75269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75264

Isn't HCL controlled though?
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 15:24:20 EST ID:J4tdkzx1 No.75291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75269
Nah bruh.


genetically engineered foods/crops by Faggy Guffingville - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 17:12:15 EST ID:uBnLEAsY No.75187 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Genetic engineering or gmos. I'm writing a research paper about why we need gmos. I can't find any evidence that they pose a risk to anything. Lots of studies show they are fine. Who funds the studies though. A lot seem to be from independent scientists but i dunno. Can we discuss this here? or should I take it somewhere else?
I would really appreciate any input from either side of the argument.
I would especially appreciate any links to unbiased research, since that is so hard to find on this topic.
Thanks!
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Hamilton Dobbledock - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 23:55:53 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The New Yorker just came out with an article about GMOs. The first half focuses on an anti-GMO demagogue who's completely full of shit. In the second half of the article, there's lots of great info. It talks about bt cotton, golden rice, and a GMO mustard seed that can produce nutritious oil without the pungent mustard taste. Great article http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/08/25/seeds-of-doubt

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Fanny Pockworth - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 01:39:18 EST ID:uBnLEAsY No.75214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75211
i haven't tried scholar.google but i'll try it
i used the EBSCO database for the paper since students have access to it.
honestly i don't really get paraphrasing and summarizing though. i use too many direct quotes. I like the research part more thjan the writing part.
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Hamilton Dobbledock - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 09:40:48 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75214
ebsco has lots of interesting sources, but google scholar is much quicker (and usually more technical). Careful with quoting too much. Sometimes, students will honestly forget something is a quote, and the grader will treat it like plagiarism.
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Henry Dronkinstere - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 20:26:08 EST ID:uBnLEAsY No.75217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just want to give you guys my conclusion on gmos.
There is no evidence that gmos are any riskier than traditional foods. There is evidence that gmos are actually less risky. The truth is we may find something wrong with them in another decade, or another 100 years. There may be other alternatives to feed the growing population. However, until we can figure out those alternatives, we should use genetically engineered crops in developing countries to save millions of lives NOW. There is a rabbit hole of misinformation out there, but there is nothing inherently wrong with GMOs. If people think we are playing god, than god must have created us to do just that. However, that's a religious argument. I personally don't give a shit if they are labeled or not. I just think it's fucked up how many people have died and are suffering because grean peace and other organic corporations are spreading misinformation through propaganda and scare tactics which, in turn, stops farmers in developing countries from growing the food that could benefit their country and increase the farmers own profits as well.
Kind of rambling, i still have shit to do to get ready for my other finals. Hope you guys got the point though.
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Augustus Cozzlehall - Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:59:32 EST ID:uL+cNju/ No.75255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The only bad thing with GMOs that I can see are the patents. Patents on food is perverse.


testosterone measurement by Betsy Checklemen - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 03:14:06 EST ID:Q3FIaYVl No.75225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi /chem/, how is the testosterone is measured in the blood? i know it's related to health but now i'm only interested in the procedure or the chemicals needed to measure it.
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Shitting Fanville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 10:14:35 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75230
Radioimmunoassay is basically, they have some chemicals that testosterone binds to, and which changes the radioactivity of the solution (since their radioactive testosterone can't bind to the chemical). Measuring the difference in radioactivity can quantitatively measure the amount of testosterone that binded to the chemical, so they can work backwards to how much testosterone was in the blood.

Gas chromatography is even simpler. using very sensitive equipment, they heat up a very small amount of the serum in some solvent. Chemicals vaporize at different temperatures, and go through a detector (there's a few different types). They can use the signal from the detector to quantify how much testosterone was in that sample, so they can work backwards and determine how much was in the blood.
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Shitting Fanville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 10:19:18 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also, they might use this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELISA

It's like the radioimmunoassay, only with fluorescence instead of radioactivity. The testosterone binds to some fluorescent things, making them less fluorescent.
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Betsy Checklemen - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 11:02:23 EST ID:Q3FIaYVl No.75234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75230 >>75231 >>75233
Thank you, any chance that radioimmunoassay and ELISA could be done at home?
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Shitting Fanville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 13:09:02 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75234
Not without investing hundreds of dollars. Even resorting to older methods that might exist would still need a centrifuge and tubes to get serum.
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Betsy Checklemen - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:53:46 EST ID:Q3FIaYVl No.75245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75238
Centrifuge?
Iit may be managable...
Anyhow, thank you for your time and help.


Heavenly Blue extraction by Reuben Husslecocke - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 11:18:37 EST ID:Fp629YXI No.75173 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm trying to extract the LSA from heavenly blue morning glory seeds. Normally what I do is:
1: Rinse in Sunnyside brand acetone to get all the non-polar crap out
2: filter and throw away the loaded acetone; keep the grounds
3: Rinse in Mr. Boston brand vodka to get all of the LSA out
4: filter and throw away the seed grounds
5: I should have LSA loaded vodka here
6: boil off the vodka, keep the gunk (resin? oil?)
7: dissolve gunk in water
8: drink & trip

I've read somewhere that I can do an acid-base extraction. I'm supposed to add a weak acid to the product while it's still in the vodka, and the liquid should separate into two phases.
I tried using Il Primo brand vinegar (5% acidity) and my vinigar/vodka/lsa did not seem to separate itself.

The questions:
A: What should I be using for an acid? Is 5% acidity vinegar too weak? Do I have to freeze the mixture to get it to separate?
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Reuben Husslecocke - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 11:22:18 EST ID:Fp629YXI No.75174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Another question:
I use bleached coffee filters. Should I use unbleached? Would switching to filter paper make a big difference?
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Fanny Bibberstet - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 23:27:12 EST ID:EA5Lt1tg No.75180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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you need to defat before you freebase you can't extract with vodka if the stuff is stuck in the seed goop. ..


Also unless you get a crystaline material I doubt you will actually be consuming Ergine. if there was a widespread way to make lots of this stuff people would have done it long ago and there would be as good of TEKS for it as there are for pseudo pills, DXM, CwE's for pills, mescaline extracts... but I have never seen an "LSA extraction" from seeds that didn't sound like total bullshit

and most peoples "I washed it with 500cc's of koolaid and kepts the polar layer and went on 40 trips and it metablozied to dxm in vivro and I saw jesus as a moonwalking t rex" I fucking highly doubt that too.

The shit like albert hoffman INJECTING the stuff and getting effects yeah I will believe that. not these shitty A/B's
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Cedric Fuckingfoot - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:05:13 EST ID:Fp629YXI No.75181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>75180
I've done a lot of grind it up in vodka, filter and drink. It's pretty weaksauce, but it does work.
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Cedric Fuckingfoot - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:07:18 EST ID:Fp629YXI No.75182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>75180
Veins of crystals definitely form in the gunk I get. Does that count?
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Ernest Gennerfield - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:11:33 EST ID:FywAGpau No.75243 Report Quick Reply
this thread makes my legs hurt and i wanna puke


What is inside this thing? by Ernest Gennerfield - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:03:02 EST ID:FywAGpau No.75242 Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


thermite by rupert - Mon, 16 Jun 2014 19:34:35 EST ID:F9TnC2au No.74860 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how can you make thermite
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Matilda Fuvingwurk - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 21:49:12 EST ID:moGduXXp No.74884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You would have to powder it though a chemical process to get the finest grains possible, plus that would remove any contaminants. Not to mention could be done on a larger scale than grinding a can. I dont know why you would use aluminum cans in the first place, pure aluminum isnt that expensive and could be done in cash. Also you can by aluminum powder and Iron (III) oxide off the internet.

http://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=16_17_69&products_id=90

http://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=16_17_69&products_id=148
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Nigel Semmersick - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 19:12:33 EST ID:Gz2TO7EA No.74930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>74884
>Also you can by aluminum powder and Iron (III) oxide off the internet

yeah but enjoy being on an NSA blacklist henceforth
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Doris Fezzlehood - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 22:49:43 EST ID:oFx1SQoH No.75218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>74861
You need an echascetch, some rust, and a metal pencil sharpener.
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Betsy Blivingfick - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 08:07:15 EST ID:YpPGmVap No.75226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>74884
Links are broken.
Also, why would you ever support unitednuclear with their gougey prices and sub-par equipment?
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Shitting Fanville - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 10:17:33 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75226
Because Matilda likes the idea of supporting some crazy dude in the desert selling uranium. Also, he says he will only give over customer data when there's a court order (not that it's hard to get). I've never bought anything from them, but it's a cool site.


psychoactive extraction from tar by Graham Sablingham - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 15:14:27 EST ID:eCMKrD3b No.75157 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello, i come from /weed/ in need of science

it's no secret that smoking the resin out of a marijuana pipe can produce a psychoactive high. that being said, one would still have to recombust already combusted material in order to do so, which cannot be good for the lungs.

i recently accumulated, and even more recently gifted, a huge two-gram ball of resin from a downstem on my littlebong; pic related. this downstem has no physical contact with the water of the pipe, it slides in to another female piece that would be the "actual" downstem, so i guess you could say i extracted it from a bowlpiece in close proximity to water. it was moist, but no mold was smelt or visually observed and it took a good few month to accumulate that rez

is there any possible way to further extract the psychoactives from a ball of rez like this? should i soak the rez in Xml of ethanol and remove the solids after a few weeks or will it all simply dissolve and defeat my purpose? i basically want all the goodies without all that black and i'm definitely no /chem/ist, but i'm open to ideas or suggestions. since i don't have the aforementioned sick ball any longer, any real experiments probably won't take place until the downstem is totally full again

any experience/thoughts?
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Lillian Brizzlewine - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 04:37:19 EST ID:M9lXRP55 No.75168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd start by dissolving in ethanol, or ether if you have it. Then grind/blend the slurry for a while in a mortar, and microfilter. Perform that three times, then evaporate the filtrate.
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Polly Hellerfoot - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 19:05:01 EST ID:301irInh No.75188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>which cannot be good for the lungs.
Well of course it's not, but then smoking anything isn't good for you
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Martha Fallersteg - Tue, 26 Aug 2014 13:23:55 EST ID:jT7fq96n No.75219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75168

Treat it like trim or stems and make some edibles. I'm sure it has some THC-A already in it but it probably wouldn't hurt to bake for a few minutes at low heat (no more than 325 F), stir that shit in with some edible non-polar solvent ie melted butter, ethanol.
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Nathaniel Gopperworth - Tue, 26 Aug 2014 14:55:43 EST ID:YpPGmVap No.75221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>75188
Ofc. I'd like to point out that the nasty aromatic compounds which are plentiful in tar/resin are most of the compounds which give smokers cancer. A good example is benzene, and other polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons like the one pictured; the entire molecule is planar (sp2 carbons) and as a result is basically a pair of p orbitals thin. This basically acts as a molecular 'blade' which slices through larger biological molecules, in particular DNA.
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Shitting Fanville - Tue, 26 Aug 2014 21:22:13 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75221
Fun fact: that's non-planar in the excited states. It twists a bit.


swarm theory/inteligence by Matilda Smallham - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 06:32:00 EST ID:pxU3vo2o No.75171 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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im sure youve heard of it
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/07/swarms/miller-text
does anyone have any links about the topic? actual scientific papers and the like. much of it is just david attenborough showing us how amazing starlings are but does someone have a good list of scientific literature or the names of those in the field?
posting this on /math/ too.
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driven !FTPgBqDDy. - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 20:18:44 EST ID:A+LmGIsc No.75207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75171
Try the book Signs of Life: How Complexity Pervades Biology


The Beechams Paracetamol extraction probability examination investigation enquiry commission. by Doris Bardgold - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 07:41:57 EST ID:AS0/THRQ No.75183 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I quit drinking recently. Heavy, regular, long lasting drinking. Yes, I'm hardcore.
I hate paracetamol/acetaminophen. It's poison and can't be trusted near my :( liver.
I've been sniffing stuff and now I'm congested. My only helpful meds contain poison.
Would a cold water extraction remove the poison but keep the decongestant?

Information on meds to come shortly.
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Doris Bardgold - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 07:43:57 EST ID:AS0/THRQ No.75184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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1 x 6.4 g sachet contains paracetamol 1000mg, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 40mg and phenylephrine hydrochloride 10mg. Also includes sucrose and sodium.

Solubility in water of active ingredients.
Paracetamol: 12.78 mg/mL (20 °C)
Phenylephrine: ≥10 g/100 mL (21 ºC)
Ascorbic acid: 330 g/1000mL (20 ºC)***

***No ºC info. Assuming 20 ºC.
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Nell Blegglewere - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 12:20:48 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75183
Just buy something with pseudoephedrine. It's much more effective than that phenylephrine shit. You'll have to show an ID in the states.

Seriously, phenylephrine borders on placebo. Pseudoephedrine is king.
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Nell Blegglewere - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 12:22:18 EST ID:ZlFYavHj No.75186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75185
Oh yeah, and psudofed doesn't contain paracetamol. And it's behind the counter at drug store, though you don't need a prescription. Just an ID.


CAN MMS CURE ALMOST EVERYTHING? by Caroline Geckleworth - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 21:50:38 EST ID:7hwckG5L No.75175 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGjUp1zoov8 Is it a scam?
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Caroline Geckleworth - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 21:58:09 EST ID:7hwckG5L No.75176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Who the fuck is Caroline Geckleworth?
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Esther Bedgeston - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 22:36:23 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75175
Highly doubtful. If it did, where's the proof it works other than testimonial? Where's the data, biochemical analysis of its mechanisms of action?
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Caroline Geckleworth - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 22:50:17 EST ID:7hwckG5L No.75179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75177
I agree with you. I jush had to ask because I am doing research for my family. Thank you.


What bubbles by Jar Jar Binks - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 22:21:45 EST ID:3g7m985r No.75161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Under what conditions of temperature and pressure and air current, would a gaseous membrane (a bubble) be stable? Give maxima and minima for each. You may specify the film composition (it must at least be a fluid), as long as your answer is accurate to that choice.
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Caroline Ballerpine - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 22:52:36 EST ID:yUVBjPXX No.75163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're talking about bubbles like you blow with loops, right?

Define "stable". Would you consider standard soap bubbles stable?

Air pressure probably wouldn't matter, since it's about the same on the inside as the outside. Temperature probably only plays a role at extremes. Air current is very general.

Why are you asking?
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Lillian Brizzlewine - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 04:44:26 EST ID:M9lXRP55 No.75169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's obviously a homework question. They want you to talk about the young-laplace equation for a curved surface and what it explains.

FYI, pressure inside a bubble has to be higher than outside for it to form.


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