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    LOL.... Warren, Jim we are showing our age :P

    Repo Man, I havent seen that movie in years..... omg too funny

    Interestingly, most of the orange glazed ware used prior to WWII is rather radioactive. United nuclear used to sell some examples for collector's purposes (they may still do, I didnt check)

    For our yonger members.... eatting at grandma's house may be loweing your ummmmm population LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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    FYI the flux capacitor has been replaced by the ZPM (Zero Point Module). Much more efficient but I don't think they carry those yet.

    That orange glazed ware is an interesting tidbit. Good to know !
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    Chris,

    I have that on my shopping list, just under my "can o' dark matter" and Ronco "cold fusion pocket generator"


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    I was going to point out that they sell granular aluminum, powdered iron oxide, and magnesium ribbon. But then I saw they just sell thermite and the ignition mixture straight up.

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    They sell deutronium (heavy water) too.

    A little knowledge can be a bad thing:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWurm View Post
    I was going to point out that they sell granular aluminum, powdered iron oxide, and magnesium ribbon. But then I saw they just sell thermite and the ignition mixture straight up.

    Jason
    OMFG i know! isnt that %$@#% awesome?

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    Seem like the are just reselling chemicals from Aldrich or other chem companies. Nice for some who wants just a small amount. But a few things on that list could really hurt the untrained "chemist".
    Preparation and Reactivity of the Heterobimetallic ReIr Face-shared Bioctahedral Compounds Cp*Ir(μ-Cl)3Re(CO)3 and Cp*Ir(μ-SC6H4Me-4)3Re(CO)3: X-ray Diffraction Structures and Redox Behavior Polyhedron Volume 28, Issue 11, 6 July 2009, Pages 2294-2300 . Casey Hammons, X. Wang, M. G. Richmond

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