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what about the salt properties..especially in mass quanity like that?
How much would be readily available?Sainsbury's don't have many tubs on their shelves and we're even running out of salt for the roads.
Quote from: Karen W. on 08/02/2009 21:40:35what about the salt properties..especially in mass quanity like that?Is it a salt or a base? /confused!OK, what if we used bicarb of soda (again, is it a salt or a base)
Firefighting efforst use thousands of tons of water and bicarbonate isn't much better.
I don't know how difficult it is to stop a fire in Australia?I guess fire can 'jump' a long way when the weather is very dry and hot??But using bulldozers to create/open a 'fire gate' (?) might work?(A 'delimiter' where nothing combustible would be)And those you could airlift by helicopters perhaps.A very dangerous occupation though.
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