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quote:But any education pales into insignificance when you go out into the real world, and we all have to either adapt or give up
quote:Originally posted by DoctorBeaver Synthetic Phonics. What an amazingly innovative idea that is. Who would ever have guessed that children who learn the sounds of letters would be able to read better than those who don't? My primary school must have been way ahead of its time because that's how we were taught in the 50s!
quote: I think that you're right, there's a lot more for people to know these days compared with 50 years ago. Just take a look at medicine - hospitals once had medics and surgeons, now they have about 30 different medical sub-specialties and surgeons who only operate on aortic aneurysms.
quote:By the way, Simeonie - and you have my permission to shoot me for this - but "independent" is spelled with an e, and you missed an 'o' off 'too'
quote:Ye when I am typing I am always doin it really fast
quote:You know wot anoys me
quote:precausion to make sure it doesnt brake. Coz if it did then it would cause a lot of hastle for the people who make it.
quote:And no one even dare to correct any spellings coz I know there are probably mistakes I am just typing ded fast and careleslly
quote:Originally posted by weebrainto detonate powders i wud use a Magnesium Ribbon but if your detonating something like semtex, a eletric ignitor can be used :- u can buy them from here (...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGIN)just connect them to a 6v to 12v supply add a switch or something to it.sir loony
Originally posted by weebraingunpowder:-75 per cent potassium nitrate (salt peter)5 per cent charcoal10 per cent sulphurThere are quite a few sources of saltpeter including bat dung, animal and human urine, and tobacco stems.The old saying "keep your gunpowder dry" was a comment on the fact that saltpeter will dissolve in water. Get your gunpowder wet, and when it drys, most of the saltpeter is gone, and the powder won't work.Grind the charcoal and sulfur seperatly, and mix these two dry. Dissolve the saltpeter in water and mix wet with the charcoal and sulphur. Spread the paste out on a flat drying surface about 1/2 to one cm thin. When dry, crumble with your hands. Do not crush with a hard instrument unless I have previously purchased an insurance policy on your lifeDavid
quote:by simeonie:- So does anybody know how to make gun powder, dynamite and/or any other exlplosive. Preferabely ones that expload on impact