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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by asdf, Apr 7, 2004.
don't let DHMO happen to you!
Isn't that that stuff that a bunch of people proved to be a bunch of ****?
if that is real, then what is the laughing for? if it isnt real, then i dont get it.
dont let AIDS happen to you.
yes, that stuff is real. and i've confirmed nearly all of the stuff i read on that site from my biology and chemistry classes. someone will understand it soon enough =)
I remember this. That is something we need to survive like oxygen or something?
the dangers of it are kind of funny. with the cyclones and car brakes and whatnot.
*cough* water *cough*
Ya its a killer
Now they're just using excessive jargon for no reason.
as cyclo pointed out, dihydrogenmonoxide is the name of the formula of the compound with two hydrogens and one oxygen, also known as H2O, which is known to parade under the alias of water. :surprise:
A morning radio host was fired on april fools day for telling parents that their kids are in mortal danger. And they got scared and called up and he said.
He fooled a lot of dumb people, and got fired for it.
i think we should fire the dumb people.
wait, was he talking about the water prank when he said that? or did he just randomly say that kids were in danger?
Oh man, I remember when my high school chem teacher passed out a packet proclaiming the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide. Three other people and I were the only ones to catch on. We were supposed to write our reactions to how dangerous this chemical was and propse solutions on how to fix some of the problems.
Actually, you can OD on water. People have actually died from it. (and no, they didn't drown - I mean actually consciously drinking too much).
damn weenies, what about War of the Worlds???
granted this DHMO stuff is just stupid, stupid stupid stupid crap, which reminds me
*nukes asdf in the face from orbit*
War of the Worlds... I listen to that every halloween. Awesome. What happend to Welles after that stunt?
I thought it was obvious, how could people not get it? And in a chemistry class?!?
The part of the brain which has the function of telling you when to stop can be damaged (obviously) and that's when that happens. Forgot the details as to how it kills you though.
People can also get addicted to it without any damage to the brain. They just keep drinking more and more water out of habit. One can become addicted to almost anything.
Like the internet?
No, not that. Never.
*looks away from screen, starts shaking from withdrawal*
What's this internet thing I keep hearing about?