Posted: 09/11/2008 7:54 AM
"Going from Greg Knapp's ZBS to Alex Gibbs' ZBS is like going from Krusty the Clown to Stephen Hawking." -- dfarrar777, 1-12-2010.
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Posted: 09/11/2008 2:24 PM
NJSeahawksFan wrote: The show demonstrated that it was significantly MORE flammable than other fine particles in the air.
Posted: 09/11/2008 3:24 PM
Posted: 09/11/2008 3:31 PM
SeahawkSailor wrote: Growing up in Eastern Washington, we were always warned about graneries. They're horribly flamable due to the high concentration of dust and grain particles in the air. Flour is horribly flammable.And I wholeheartedly agree with GeekHawk - liquid grain is the best! And explosions ROCK!
Posted: 09/11/2008 7:48 PM
Posted: 09/12/2008 9:56 AM
There might be a little something in creamer that makes it slightly more flammable than other particulates, but the real cause of combustion is proper carburetion. That is, allowing the particulate to properly intermix with the oxygen in the air. This experiment would work equally well with flour, cornstarch (most creamers are mostly cornstarch), or even finely ground potato buds. In any case, it's cool to see this taken to the next level by using compressed air, and a road flare.
Posted: 09/12/2008 3:27 PM
Flattman wrote: My favorite mythbusters explosive was the dry ice liter cola bottle bomb. THAT was freakin' unreal. BANG!
Posted: 09/12/2008 6:51 PM
sutz12 wrote: Flattman wrote: My favorite mythbusters explosive was the dry ice liter cola bottle bomb. THAT was freakin' unreal. BANG!Meh, I'd still go with the cement mixer. Bada Boom! BIG BADA BOOM!!!!
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