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In a pinch you would use the axe? I do not think that I would ever be pinched that hard.LOL
A man could make a very serious error while shaving with an axe.My chainsaw will remain my go-to appliance for shaving. It's a lot quicker, anyway.
Snow Cream: 1 bowl of CLEAN, FRESH snowa little cream (or milk if you don't have cream or half/n/halfsome white sugar sweeten till you like ita few drops of vanilla extractMix it all together and scarf down before the snow melts any moreBTW, if not sweet enough, you can add sugar; if too sweet, just put in more snow and milk.
If you do not separate the electrodes, the gas mixture is evolved as a H2 - O2 mix with 2 parts hydrogen to 1 part oxygen which burns very rapidly - so rapidly as to be an explosion if there is enough of the mixture present. In some circles, the H2/O2 mix is called "Brown's Gas" and is used as a fuel.It is your choice, of course, to use the generator in any manner that you choose but for those who care about safety, be careful that the evolved hydrogen and oxygen are kept separate.
Please, just remember that when water is electrolyzed, the resultant gas mixture of H2 and O2 is _exactly_ the correct mixture for an impressive explosion at the slightest spark of excuse.
There are times in which one is unable to remove all water from the pipe under repair.An old plumber showed me how to solder with a __little__ water in the pipe NOT with full pressure turned on but residual water after the supply has been turned offAnyway, he got a slice of bread and stuffed it in the pipe a couple of inches above the joint that he was replacing. Then, using MAPP gas (propane and butane do not burn hot enough to do the job before the bread melts) he put the new joint on and reconnected the plumbing. After the water supply was turned on, the "melted" bread came out (this case was a toilet water supply) in the toilet tank. No leaks and a cheap fix for what, to me, was a problem above my skill set.Hope this helps...
LOL. I really like that idea of a CNC butter spreader. I think that I will make one of these with multiple interchangeable heads for butter, jelly, jam, peanut butter, and the like. It will save me many unproductive minutes by digitally controlled adornment of my morning toast, minutes that I can use to recover the time spent in constructing the CNC projectThank you for the idea. It has given me the excuse to make one of these machines.
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