The irony of it all:

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As I sit here, shaking a bottle of compressed air, and putting it to my ear to hear the cool bubbling sound, I realize that it says "WARNING: DO NOT SHAKE." Alas, I am safe though, whew! ;) ;) :grab:
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lol - ya goof!
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awe the bubbles are all gone now.... :(
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easily amused are we?
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Hahaha, good thing you didn't lose an ear (or more) man.


I remember shaking my can of compressed air. Of course however this was my first can of compressed air and I just didn't know, I saw the label before it was too late. I haven't done it since.


I like how the can gets freezing cold when you spray it. Works out on those hot hot summer days, you find yourself spraying the can just to get it cool and hold it to your head. Or is this just me? :lol:
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can i be so lame as to ask why the heck you would have a can of compressed air in the first place? :roll:
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Hahaha, good thing you didn't lose an ear (or more) man.


I remember shaking my can of compressed air. Of course however this was my first can of compressed air and I just didn't know, I saw the label before it was too late. I haven't done it since.


I like how the can gets freezing cold when you spray it. Works out on those hot hot summer days, you find yourself spraying the can just to get it cool and hold it to your head. Or is this just me? :lol:


Hahahahahahaha, I done that also.
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can i be so lame as to ask why the heck you would have a can of compressed air in the first place? :roll:


The clean your computer's gut's once in awhile. :wink:
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ahhh :idea:

thanks for answering :D
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Gases and liquids are very funny creatures, so are humans. Oxygen will freeze at -350 degrees fahrenheit and it boils at -297 and somewhere in the middle when it is in liquid form it is a very pretty light blue. You almost want to touch it, but if you did your skin would freeze first then the muscle underneath it. And possible you would endup with iciles in your blood stream (not a good thing). Butane is a liquid wen it is compressed enough. Oil, liquid oxygen and static electricity make a very bad combination. Liquid oxygen will expand about 800 times it's size. Well have a good night. :D
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Oil, liquid oxygen and static electricity make a very bad combination ... Well have a good night. :D


LOL, sweet dreams everyone! Thanks for all the interesting info. I think all that stuff is cool to think about. It just seems weird to me that oxygen can actually become a solid, and rock can become liquid, and snow can actually disappear without melting or blowing away! (called sublimation) Gotta love science.

Here is the exact defintion for the people who love knowledge :)

sublimation

n 1: (chemistry) a change directly from the solid to the gaseous state without becoming liquid 2: (psychology) modifying the natural expression of an impulse or instinct (especially a sexual one) to one that is socially acceptable
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Friction is another good example of science and if applied correctly amazing things can happen. Take the SR-71 for example, on the ground parked it leaks like a sieve. When it gets up to altitude and speed friction cause the skin to stretch as much as 6 inches. Of course everything in the plane is built with the friction and heat in mind. The flight control wires stretch anywhere from 6 inches to almost a foot. :shock: I really have no life, just some interesting facts. :D
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I bet you would be good at trivia, at least the science categories :)
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I wouldn't be good at English. :D
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Common subliming substances:
Moth Balls
Dry Ice
Iodine (in solid form)


Yes chemistry paid off for SOMETHING
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I had to look up the meaning of subliming.
So you doing some work with manure?
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manure sublimes?
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Sorry I looked at the wrong definition, the one I saw said something about molecules breaking down and giving off Nitrogen. Manure has some nitrogen in it.
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i know nothing about science, but nitrogen got summot to do with nitro in street racing :P, no wonder horses are fast :lol:
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:lol:
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hehe clever one kalbal :)
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All of you are just making it sound so exciting, I guess I'll have to take a chance of blowing myself up or endangering a body part! (I think the narcotics are kicking in)
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Well putting a can of pressurized gas to your face is a fun thing!

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