|Albuquerque Halsey |
It's not so much surface tension; it's that mercury does not "wet" the cannonball.
I love it when you get two replies that are right, but miss the point.
I wanna dip my balls in it!
Jesus of Nazareth, are you Jesus of Nazareth? I have a warrant for your arrest.
No, he's the guy who went that way, yelling something about his balls.
i know you little libertine.
hey buddy do you think you wanna maybe put on a face mask?
yeah but isn't it what made the mad hatter mad? i remember kids breaking open thermometers and the fucking HASMAT people would swarm in in school
Mercury vapors and mercury absorbed through the skin is bad-- maybe they have a temperature control to avoid vapors, and I notice he IS wearing gloves.
The hatters sometimes went mad, but they worked with the stuff all day every day. I heard that it was because they would often lick their brushes to get a fine point on them, same way the people who would paint radium onto watch hands would get radiation poisoning.
Syd Midnight can chug mercury and laugh in your face. He'll do the backstroke in that tank.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
seem like an unwise amount of mercury you to keep in one place
You fool, that would sink: http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/density.html
Oh shit, it splashed in my MOUTH!!!
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
I am rather wowed.
How can he be so close to that much molten metal? That stuff must be 5 billions degrees to be so fluid. How does the cannonball not melt? The powerbills for maintaining that tank must be through the roof.
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