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Plague doctor mask for Halloween.
It would be safer to use a neon sign transformer than one from a microwave:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuVHhL5hmek
Halloween cyborg 1/4 mask
In the UK you would be breaking the law if you were to use this. Only products approved by the government can be used as pesticides in the garden. That means home-made solutions, made from substances such as soaps are technically illegal.
Maybe some foam door seal strips, you would need to rout a couple of channels to put the strips in otherwise they would be slightly too thick. I used this method to make a long cutting edge from an off cut of 8mm perspex I salvaged from the scrap bin of a local sign-maker.
Very nice work. I was wondering about using pallet wood to make parquet flooring.It would also be a good excuse for me to get a thickness plane.
This appears to me to be good information:http://veterinarymedicine.dvm360.com/toxicology-case-how-help-dog-owners-manage-zinc-oxide-toxicosis
Sorry, you are going to have to cite your sources, much of what you say is far from accurate or up to date with current molecular biology.Can provide any reputable journal references to support your claims?
That is not correct, cancer is known to be the result of genetic damage to cells.It takes a build up of several mutations for a cell to become cancerous, the Warburg effect is considered a result of these mutations rather than the cause.Quote from The Molecular Biology of Cancer by John S Bertram"The process by which normal cells become progressively transformed to malignancy is now known to require the sequential acquisition of mutations which arise as a consequence of damage to the genome. This damage can be the result of endogenous processes such as errors in replication of DNA, the intrinsic chemical instability of certain DNA bases or from attack by free radicals generated during metabolism. DNA damage can also result from interactions with exogenous agents such as ionizing radiation, UV radiation and chemical carcinogens. Cells have evolved means to repair such damage, but for various reasons errors occur and permanent changes in the genome, mutations, are introduced. Some inactivating mutations occur in genes responsible for maintaining genomic integrity facilitating the acquisition of additional mutations."Understanding the Warburg Effect: The Metabolic Requirements of Cell Proliferationhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC284963...How do mutated oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes cause cancer?https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9643526
If you wanted to get all Gregor Mendel on your tomatoes you could always experiment and make your own hybrids.Of course you would need to keep examples of both parent plants to reproduce the F1 hybrid seed.
You are correct about brief intense exposure to to the sun being a problem, I avoid direct sun if I can. I am not convinced that low oxygen is a cause of cancer, rather tumours produce their own hypoxic environments. As a tumour grows, it rapidly outgrows its blood supply, leaving portions of the tumour with regions where the oxygen concentration is significantly lower than in healthy tissues. It is a matter of avoiding too much intense sunlight while getting enough to allow vitamin D synthesis.
Photographic copy stand from old enlarger.
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