Re: Fluid Bed Calcination

> Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> > ID OD Wrote:

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> > Pic shows...

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> Still love all the arrowheads, do you have any stone/flint axes?

I do, 3/4 groove, full groove, green stone, granite. Celts,( pointing at) polished quartzite, green stone polish, not polished.

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Pointing at in second pic is a celt part of cache I stumbled on in a dry lake bed while hiking in Washington state. I found all kinds of gem quality agate pieces in that lake bed. Washington had record rains in that area that year. It blew out a dam, and emptied the lake. I was in the right place at the right time.

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> Don Ohio Wrote:

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> I once did the opposite wearing leather gloves, while trying to locate a

> liquid O2 leak I the `snow' it had created in the area. FOUND IT!

> YIPES! If it hadn't been for that leather glove, they'd have called me

> `nine fingers'.

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> As it was, it froze my finger at the tip and I was worried,but

> ut circulation came back.

I apologize for the typo...………...it was liquid N2, not O2. It will frrrrreeeeze you for sure.

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sweet! this took an awesome turn I didnt expct and I'm glad it has

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

I was hoping it was about wet dreams...

Why not use resonate frequencies and colder temps... Or change to a colder chem reaction.

Just spitballin

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^ I did make the water bed joke in the actual presentation.

Its always super fun, because I tryn deliver subtle jokes in the same tone - it always misses everyone when I first say it, and you can watch who is paying attention in the audience as individual faces light up.

Yesterday we had a safety meeting (every week discuss random safety topics) that was about ladder safety. I mentioned not using buckets or chairs or tables to stand on...

"If you have the choice to stand on a bucket, or to go get the proper equipment - always choose the ladder"

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> ^ I did make the water bed joke in the actual presentation.

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> Its always super fun, because I tryn deliver subtle jokes in the same

> tone - it always misses everyone when I first say it, and you can watch

> who is paying attention in the audience as individual faces light up.

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> Yesterday we had a safety meeting (every week discuss random safety

> topics) that was about ladder safety. I mentioned not using buckets or

> chairs or tables to stand on...

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> "If you have the choice to stand on a bucket, or to go get the proper

> r equipment - always choose the ladder"

Don't forget the 1 to 4 rule. LOL!

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