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It would be interesting to see flammable materials heated in the absence of oxygen. If you could seal the test tube in an inert environment ( CO2, argon or something, maybe some mig/ tig welding gas) we could see how the materials melt or boil without oxidising. 

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That hexakopter is pretty cool
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Interesting
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"What G+ is really about (pst!!! it's not social") -- +Vincent Wong Believe it? Go here http://bit.ly/qfHKZQ and see his G+ photo album that argues the case. (Just click the first photo.) As a subtle counterpoint, or maybe an attenuation, it reminds me of one of my first posts here: http://bit.ly/o9NC7N People continue to talk about G+ being a Twitter & Facebook killer, but if that happens, that's besides the point. G+ is something new and inspires its own behavior & userbase. That said, can you guess who Vincent Wong thinks should be worried about G+?
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That looks nuts!
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Also useful: chrome extension which grabs all your facebook photos and moves them to picasa.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ehhbbfcbgdkhgmgklafopihcgphddpad#
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This is handy:
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nice, cheers tom
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