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Hehe, I was thinking of maybe getting a nice clear acrylic box. Then have a layer of soil and maybe water crystals, and sit a log ontop of that.

I was thinking, maybe you could use one of those little ultrasonic misting devices you place in ponds etc. That'd get the rh in the box up nice and high.

Do they prefer to have a small amount of light to grow, or complete darkness?
 

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12/12 with light should be fine. You dont want to use any soil. That will just increase the contimation rate. Also they must have LOTS of fresh air exchange, So a solid acrylic container might hinder that. Here is my one of my weakest grows. I put the humidifer in to get a high rh lvl. BUT not enough holes for fresh air exchange.

Your best bet is to make a shotgun terrarium. Which is just that plastic tote i showed you, with 1/4 inch holes every 2 inches on all 6 sides. Fill it with 3-4 inches of damp perlite. The perlite should raise the rh to 100%. You will just need to take the lid and fan a few times a day to help with FAE. Heck you might want to leave the lid cracked if the rh can stay above 80%.
 

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One of Fiddy's GITD O-rings. Finally got all my stuff today and installed it on the torch. All the UV output charges it in no time! :)

 

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One of Fiddy's GITD O-rings. Finally got all my stuff today and installed it on the torch. All the UV output charges it in no time! :)

:drool:

Surprised my mate when i rocked up in this suit in a 4x4 :)

 
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Some say that the blood in his veins glows blue and smells of burnt oil, and that he drives so fast that mud doesn't even have time to stain his pristine outerwear.
 

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OK, nice. I'm going to try this. +rep
:drool:

Surprised my mate when i rocked up in this suit in a 4x4 :)

LOL :D
Brilliant.!
Before



After



We where jamming but got a lil frustrated :p
Hope that was just the piano and not the amp(s). :cryyy:

In need of a little Valium, are we?
 
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I've just dissected an 803 Sled for a "nice" build. No frills, no thrills type deal. Any, I just snapped some quick pictures.

Here's an ID mark.



And here's a... a.... well... this thing.



IIRC, this is from an 815 sled.

 
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Here's a road jump on my CRF450R...

Better carry enough speed to go over the road and land above the 'cut out'!

 

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Totally random?

'K.







Posted those in DeviantArt a while back, they're in full 10Mpix resolution if you want to take a look:
Eudaimonium's deviantART Gallery
Just find them somewhere in that heap of screenshots :p

My katana (large picture, link only)
http://i690.photobucket.com/albums/vv263/Eudaimonium/Scenery and misc/DSC02651.jpg

Following are not mine.


Courtesy of leWons from DeviantArt [link].


Courtesy of W-uno from DeviantArt.


Long exposure flaming sword tricks, courtesy of MattTheSamurai, DA.


Allegedly taken in Poland, though I suspect it's Heaven actually.
Courtesy of lonelywolf2 from DA.


Not a picture! Hah, had you fooled there for a second. It's a traditional art drawing.
Link: Eudaimonium's deviantART Favourites
 




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