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Old 07-30-2014, 10:47 AM   #21
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and some farts
Methane... different stuff all togeher. LOL
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you saw Bevos buttcheex pics? shaved smooth like a babee.
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nitrogen (78%), oxygen (21%), argon (1%), and then trace amounts of carbon dioxide, neon, helium, methane, krypton, hydrogen, nitrous oxide, xenon, ozone, iodine, carbon monoxide, ammonia, and some other
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You also use it for pneumatic testing because it doesnt compress the same as reg air, its isnt affected by temps the same, and it can be dry.
Exactly.
That's why it's put in tires with pressure sensors. Air contracts too much when cold, annoyingly setting off low pressure indicators on the dash.
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You got on base but there is a little more to it. It can stop oxygen transportation by the red blood cells. See below


Arterial or anoxic hypoxia occurs when there is a problem in oxygenating the blood, and the arterial oxygen tension is abnormally low. Anoxic hypoxia can be the result of exposure to an irritant gas such as phosgene or various oxides of nitrogen, including nitric oxide. These gases penetrate deeply into the lung, and their irritant effects provoke local inflammatory changes resulting in increased capillary permeability. The outpouring of fluids into the alveoli impairs gas exchange resulting in increased hypoxia, which triggers further capillary vasodilatation in a vicious cycle. The end result is pulmonary edema (adult respiratory distress syndrome).
Your helpful post mentions that anoxic hypoxia can result from different OXIDES of nitrogen, not by plain old N2 that is what most of our atmosphere contains. He was in an open environment and all the concentrated nitrogen would have been near the ground. He wasn't in a tank that was just completely filled with nitrogen. He wasn't standing next to the source. I doubt he was in any real danger of dying.
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Your helpful post mentions that anoxic hypoxia can result from different OXIDES of nitrogen, not by plain old N2 that is what most of our atmosphere contains. He was in an open environment and all the concentrated nitrogen would have been near the ground. He wasn't in a tank that was just completely filled with nitrogen. He wasn't standing next to the source. I doubt he was in any real danger of dying.
Big FYI here - - Unfortunately.....................................


I'm Dead !!!!

, now what do I do? All these strangers, (except that greasy theater teacher from high-school that kept trying to "manage" the girl's dressing room. He's here.) some guy in red, and NO VIRGINS!!!
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Big FYI here - - Unfortunately.....................................


I'm Dead !!!!

, now what do I do? All these strangers, (except that greasy theater teacher from high-school that kept trying to "manage" the girl's dressing room. He's here.) some guy in red, and NO VIRGINS!!!
I freakin' told you man! Should have sought medical care immediately. All them nitrouses in the air got to ya'.
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I am a chemist and do Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. I use tons of liquid nitrogen in my NMR. I'm not as concerned with asphyxiation as I am with a quench even and flash freezing my lungs. But that hardly ever happens.

We have lots of people here who are petrified of the nitrogen vapor, but I've done the calculations and there is no way they could asphyxiate in this size of a room... with even without the air exchange taken into account.
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I'm Dead !!!!

, now what do I do? All these strangers, (except that greasy theater teacher from high-school that kept trying to "manage" the girl's dressing room. He's here.) some guy in red, and NO VIRGINS!!!
You obvioulsy weren't paying attention in Sunday school. Virgins wind up in the other destination.
Though as a married man, for the life of me I can't figure out why you'd want one anyway, who wants to go through all that again: On second thought may you just aren't looking hard enough!
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I am a chemist and do Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. I use tons of liquid nitrogen in my NMR. I'm not as concerned with asphyxiation as I am with a quench even and flash freezing my lungs. But that hardly ever happens.

We have lots of people here who are petrified of the nitrogen vapor, but I've done the calculations and there is no way they could asphyxiate in this size of a room... with even without the air exchange taken into account.
..um - are you saying I'm not dead?

Now I really don't know what to do. I just put all my up for sale!
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Your helpful post mentions that anoxic hypoxia can result from different OXIDES of nitrogen, not by plain old N2 that is what most of our atmosphere contains. He was in an open environment and all the concentrated nitrogen would have been near the ground. He wasn't in a tank that was just completely filled with nitrogen. He wasn't standing next to the source. I doubt he was in any real danger of dying.
Im pretty sure I already mentioned it. Thanks though
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But that hardly ever happens.
Lol, how many lungs have been frozen at your work?
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So answer this, anyone who thinks they're a "Mr. Wizzard":
The set-up;
We used nitrogen in all our pneumatic test cylinders because it wouldn't esplode (splanglish) under pressure because it's innert. In welding it sheilds the arc so oxygen doesn't cause combustion. Halon has been phased out due to the Montreal Protocol and replaced with nitrogen - to extinguish fire by removing/replacing oxygen.
1) Wouldn't the nitrogen in Shell gasoline just take up volumn and be of no value?
B) How does "nitros" oxide create more HP if nitrogen is innert?
Last) Why does it burn so bad when I pee?
I'd still like to know about what this innert gas does for fuel. Anyone know what reactions take place to create more HO?
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..um - are you saying I'm not dead?

Now I really don't know what to do. I just put all my up for sale!
I am pretty sure you are only mostly dead!!
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I'm Dead !!!!

, now what do I do? All these strangers, (except that greasy theater teacher from high-school that kept trying to "manage" the girl's dressing room. He's here.) some guy in red, and NO VIRGINS!!!
If your dead tell me what the inside of Miranda Kerrs looks like.
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Throw some N2 in a swimming pool sometime.

anyway, I used to work with tonnes of dry ice, CO2 (solid) to keep core samples frozen.

I walked around in a wearhouse throwing dry ice for hours on end. We were supposed to have a coworker stand at the entrance to the room and watch me...except there was no coworker. I would just wait till I got dizzy and get out.

Looking back, that was pretty stupid....and for only $8.50/hour
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