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Thread: Carbonated water for Co2 replacement?

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    i love the idea, and the humor! omg that would be so halarious, droppign it in peoples toilets.. OMG that woudl be great... ya, but i dont think that would work out to well, as it would most likely drastically drop the temperature o fthe water, and i woudl end up with some Utricsicles lohell [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
    but i that woudl be soo great, as for my utric tank would be all bubling and crap! ya lol... phew..... also i dotn thinkt he heavy fog woudl allow light to pas through it......

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    Jungle Labs has a new product called CO2 Fizz tabs. They also sell a Fizz factory, which is basicly a plastic box atached to a container via an air line. You add a measured amount of water to the container, submerge the box in your aquarium , and drop one of the fizz tabs in the container. The plastic box fills up with CO2 and slowly dispates into the water. I have been using it in my 30 gal pond and it seems to be working great. Even my Aldrovanda is starting to grow. It is a lot easier than a CO2 system.
    Marjorie

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    I bet you could do something similar with baking soda...

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    The Fiz Tabs intrege me? where would i get something like that? oh and also dodecatheon, like whatis your baking soda idea? i havtn gotten time.. to experiment to much as my U Rediata just like got attacked by some algae... and i had to replace the water... sigh.. oh well there fine now Phew....

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    what if you took dry ice in place of night time ice in an ultrahighland nep tank?
    that would provide the significant plunge in temperatures, and also, it would help by letting off co2...

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    i would suspect that, that would work out wonderfully.... and in fact i think i have seen that done, unless that was just a fog machine, that had emmitted the white bottom resting clouds, ive seen a picture.... of it i think, i would nto see why it woudl hurt it, hey and how about the dry ice in a terrarium full of Cobra lillies? bwhahah.. herm Idea's Kicks the Bootay...

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