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Our organism gets only the O2 and leaves out all the other unwanted substances.
Not true. Read Decompression sickness. All the gasses are dissolved in your blood. Also, if our lungs only extracted O2, carbon monoxide would be harmless.

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But now, if you're there with a cloud of CO2 then you're gonna inhale pure co2 and the mass of co2 will move the o2 gas away, meaning you'll breathe something you can't use. That's why it's dangerous to breathe, not because it'll kill you
Also not true, othewise, CO2 scrubbers would not be required on occupied spacecraft. It will kill you if the concentration is above 8% even if the other 92% is pure O2.


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O3 ? ..... only few parts for million, thanks ..... in high concentrations, is one of the more dangerous poisons existing (yes, it's true )





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Actually, I believe its O2, which is the poison that can eat us away... mostly found in the upper upper reaches of the atmosphere. O3, or Ozone is the smell that we all recognize as the smell of rain. Ozone is pretty harmless. If it rains heavily enough here in central Nebraska, (which it often has this summer), you can walk out into my backyard and walk in little clouds of ozone. It will condense into 3 foot high clouds that sit on the ground. Neat stuff.
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Naah, I think the laser's fine...it's just all the chemicals the NWO is spraying in chemtrails everywhere that make the beam diverge more. Not only is the NWO trying to depopulate the planet with their chemtrail spraying, they're also making laser beams diverge more to make everyone sad.

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Actually, I believe its O2, which is the poison that can eat us away... mostly found in the upper upper reaches of the atmosphere. O3, or Ozone is the smell that we all recognize as the smell of rain. Ozone is pretty harmless. If it rains heavily enough here in central Nebraska, (which it often has this summer), you can walk out into my backyard and walk in little clouds of ozone. It will condense into 3 foot high clouds that sit on the ground. Neat stuff.
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^ don't know ..... i only know that ozone (O3), in little concentrations is ok, in big concentrations kills

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Ozone Pollution in Sequoia and Kings Canyon

and here, some other info, and a receipt for DIY 8-hours ozone revealers strips (just cause i'm a DIY maniac )

Lab #3: Energy: Ozone detection strips
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That really looks like a fun environment to work in! Though, the pictures still don't explain how dry ice is actually made, its pretty fascinating to think about what you might use to freeze CO2 gas...
Yea its really fun to work here!

although its hard to explain the chemical process, but to educate some...
This is the process of the dry ice.

- Solid changes to Gas
- Gas changes to Liquid
- Liquid changes to Solid

Much different than your typical ice, but thats the reason companies use dry ice instead regular ice, it evaporates instead of melting. and leaves no mess behind, also stays much colder lot longer.

In solid form (dry ice) it is roughly 109 degrees below zero!


Now, I really dont know exactly the total process of how everything is made, because i only deal with the solid and liquid processes.

But from my understanding Ammonia is used to change the Gas into a Liquid. Thats about all i know.. lol..
But to get the liquid to a Solid, it is fed into those machines you see, and I believe once the liquid has contact with oxygen it becomes solid. Least thats what i believe happens. The liquid becomes a snow/powder which these machines press into pellets.

The process you see here is simply the only process that i deal with, the liquid to solid. Goes from liquid to a snow powder and the machines are what is making the pellets. Block ice can also be made, we will be getting the machine press for that in a month or two!
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Normally, you dont see this beam in daylight, its only 50mW and i dont ever see it in daylight, all the co2 smoke in the air is what is enabling you to see it.

If the beam appears uneven, or scattered, or thick, its because the co2 is heavily concentrated in certain areas and is reflecting off all the smoke/fog in those areas.

Notice this shot, there is so much fog, and is so thick it doesnt even penetrate very far, the beam is blocked and is reflecting off the areas of fog.

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Bad divergence ?
Nothin to do with the laser, its the environment
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That is awesome....I should take some pics with my WL Fusion next time it is foggy over here....
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How many mW was the green laser you used?

My mum is a microbiologist so she gets stuff like this all the time. I just can't have it at my house because the freezer does not get cold enough. The dry ice freezes!
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Correct me if I'm wrong.....
But I think the Dry Ice would sublimate into a gas vapor because
of the low temperature in your freezer.... It would not freeze...

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Dry Ice is already FROZEN, and yes, you cant keep it in the freezer because the freezer is not cold enough to KEEP the Dry Ice frozen.

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Default Re: Green Laser at a Dry Ice Plant [Pics]

Thanks for sharing! Nice pics as well. That is pretty cool. I will have to go pickup a chunk of dry-ice to play with this weekend (they sell it at the local grocery store here).
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