I heard that episode really "blew up"
I think I’d enjoy making bombs. The technical aspects and making a big boom appeal to me.
Too bad about the whole prison thing, tho...
@EatMyAss, dude just become like Tony Stark. Weapons manufacturing is legal bomb making
@EatMyAss, yeeeah... Just by saying that you probably just landed yourself on a handful of watchlists.
@aminalFacks, If there’s a watchlist I’m not already on, they’ve all failed.
Sooooooo what's the stuff
@jizzgenerator, Jamie’s walrus locks. Some say touching them will grant you a wish.
@jizzgenerator, Dihydrogen monoxide. It's inert at room temperature, but when heated above 373 Kelvin it rapidly expands to over 1100 times its volume and can exert pressures of thousands of pounds per square inch as well as inflicting serious burns. With proper application it can cut steel plate like soft butter. You can find it literally everywhere on earth, though the quantity and quality are highly variable.
@Filker, aaaalmost got me
@Filker, you’re an amazing person
@Filker, dat sh1t scary
@Filker, we need to ban this.
@Filker, I’ve heard of that scary stuff. It goes by many names, but most just call it water.
@Filker, turns out taatp seems to be it pretty powerful stuff might get you on a list
@Filker, hats off to you good sir, hats off
@Filker, i read this and thought “wouldn’t matter since 373 kelvin is a seriously hot number nobody could produce something that hot” turns out 373 kelvin is around 211 fahrenheit, which is actually pretty easy to produce with like your stove, which means you can blow shjt up fairly easily
@jizzgenerator, TATP is fvckin gnarly stuff. Easy to make but horribly unstable. Not suitable for anything IMHO
@Filker, the only time I've seen likes this high, was when some person roasted a guy for saying the words "first" and then arguing about it. Like 124 plus likes.
@Overwatch Is Trash, you missed the joke
@Overwatch Is Trash, dihydrogen monoxide= H2O. It’s water bud.
@Filker, so what you’re saying is it can melt steel beams?
@Your Darkest Secret, no, it doesn't melt steel beams... It burns them... very, very slowly.
@Filker, well Ill be damned
Why would they contact DARPA? They're research and development, not security.
ANFO very easy to make and access
Earlier this month they unintentionally got on a Southwest Airlines flight together