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Re: Testing Benzine
- Subject: Re: Testing Benzine
- From: Peter Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 5 Jul 1994 16:34:57 -0400
- Message-Id: <"lnTBx.F1.M23.M8T4l"@sul2>
> Peter: do I got this right?
> I go out and buy some benzine. Then I rig up small quantities of
> benzine and Type Wash. Which I light afire (in a well-ventilated
> space?), noting which substance takes longer to complete combustion.
> This tells me what? Should I maybe get some kerosene while I'm
> after the benzine and run a three way test?
> Want to skip Science and go back to Art vs. Craft?
> There is, by the way, general agreement in Tulsa that last night's
> fireworks were particularly brilliant. Am trying to determine if that
> was Art or Accident. Indeed, it occurs to me, if the pyrotechnic
> craftsmen are still around maybe I can get advice on Science.
> Sid Huttner, Tulsa
Sorry, Sid, I got carried away. Couldn't resist it. I'm waiting for someone
to warn the kids not to try this at home. --pg
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