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Nills Lagerbaak
01-09-2005, 17:18:32
Well isn't it?

Funko
01-09-2005, 17:19:16
Someone got their implants removed?

Funko
01-09-2005, 17:19:42
And silicon is only melted sand, waste away.

Nills Lagerbaak
01-09-2005, 17:23:47
I was really talking about your pointless threads! Maybe a waste of bandwidth would be more appropriate. And silicon can be quite toxic in the wild.....

Funko
01-09-2005, 17:25:35
I know.

Drekkus
01-09-2005, 17:25:38
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
Well isn't it? is what?

Nills Lagerbaak
01-09-2005, 17:27:17
Couldn't you have told people to ignore that thread in the same thread? In fact why did you even have to post that thread at all.

Management can we please have some kind of waste post tax here???

Funko
01-09-2005, 17:28:28
They are the best ones!

mr.G
01-09-2005, 17:49:21
I know

Cruddy
01-09-2005, 19:10:56
Originally posted by Funko
And silicon is only melted sand, waste away.

I take it chemistry isn't your strong point.

Funko
02-09-2005, 09:04:48
Chemistry is for verliezers.

But gross simplification aside:

The second most abundant element on Earth, silicon is found in everyday materials like sand, clay, granite, and many minerals.

http://www.dowcorning.com/content/sitech/sitechbasics/default.asp

:p

Tizzy
02-09-2005, 09:28:03
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
Management can we please have some kind of waste post tax here???

None of us can afford that sort of money

Venom
02-09-2005, 13:12:15
Originally posted by Funko
Chemistry is for verliezers.

But gross simplification aside:



http://www.dowcorning.com/content/sitech/sitechbasics/default.asp

:p

pwned!

Lurker the Second
02-09-2005, 13:26:31
Originally posted by mr.G
I know

I know.

Cruddy
02-09-2005, 21:29:38
Originally posted by Venom
pwned!

Not I an I. :confused:

Originally posted by Funko
Chemistry is for verliezers.

But gross simplification aside:

quote:The second most abundant element on Earth, silicon is found in everyday materials like sand, clay, granite, and many minerals.



http://www.dowcorning.com/content/s...ics/default.asp



Silicon is the element. Silica is the abundant material.

Being silicon OXIDE - it doesn't melt.

Certainly not as a liquid component of mud.

:p

KrazyHorse@home
05-09-2005, 07:25:05
This chemistry discussion is especially insipid in light of the fact that the thread starter (and funko) were probably trying to refer to silicone, not silicon...

Iskandar Reza
05-09-2005, 08:04:55
Silly Cones. I'll park whereevah the hell I want.

Gary
05-09-2005, 08:24:34
Originally posted by KrazyHorse@home
This chemistry discussion ... Not only is that in keeping with the standard of the thread title, it just makes it all the more amusing :)

Drekkus
05-09-2005, 09:15:02
Originally posted by Iskandar Reza
Silly Cones. I'll park whereevah the hell I want. Mmmmm, ice cream