1. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Sep '18 18:401 edit
    https://phys.org/news/2018-09-highly-stable-catalyst-fuel.html

    Could be a game changer, although there are folks who hate H2 as a fuel. Dutchess will be happy to see the photo shows no
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    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    https://phys.org/news/2018-09-highly-stable-catalyst-fuel.html

    Could be a game changer, although there are folks who hate H2 as a fuel. Dutchess will be happy to see the photo shows no
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    Dutchess will be happy to see the photo shows no
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    It's really hard for me to imagine Duchess being "happy" about anything.
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    I tried googling "รอบดวงตา" to see what you are all talking about and I got;

    https://spiceee.net/th/articles/25968
    "Anti-Wrinkle eye cream"

    https://pantip.com/topic/31809605
    "How to avoid puffy eyes"
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    The two metals are very rare, and toxic.

    World ruthenium reserves are estimated to be about 5,000 tonnes; world production is 12 tonnes per year. At current rate of usage, that would last 400 years. However, ramping up the usage to produce industrial quantities of fuel-grade H would deplete the reserves faster, and the easy-to-reach reserves will be exhausted soonest, of course.

    While estimated reserves of Yttrium are greater, it does not occur as a free element in nature; it must be extracted (for example from uranium ore).

    https://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/ru.htm

    https://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/y.htm

    In any case, the project looks more promising than cold fusion.
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    02 Oct '18 00:33
    Originally posted by @humy
    I tried googling "รอบดวงตา" to see what you are all talking about and I got;

    https://spiceee.net/th/articles/25968
    "Anti-Wrinkle eye cream"

    https://pantip.com/topic/31809605
    "How to avoid puffy eyes"
    It is "Falong' which means round eye, IE, westerner. I lived there for about 3 years. Up north in Chang Rai 400 miles (600Km) north of Bankok.
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    02 Oct '18 00:34
    Originally posted by @moonbus
    The two metals are very rare, and toxic.

    World ruthenium reserves are estimated to be about 5,000 tonnes; world production is 12 tonnes per year. At current rate of usage, that would last 400 years. However, ramping up the usage to produce industrial quantities of fuel-grade H would deplete the reserves faster, and the easy-to-reach reserves will be exha ...[text shortened]... h.com/periodic/elements/y.htm

    In any case, the project looks more promising than cold fusion.
    There have been serious studies of cold fusion and so far nothing. It would be great if it was real but so far is seems to be just another scam.
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    Originally posted by @humy
    I tried googling "รอบดวงตา" to see what you are all talking about and I got;

    https://spiceee.net/th/articles/25968
    "Anti-Wrinkle eye cream"

    https://pantip.com/topic/31809605
    "How to avoid puffy eyes"
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    That's a bit closer but it comes out as 'Around' eye. I just heard it as falong.
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    02 Oct '18 05:56
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    It is "Falong' which means round eye, IE, westerner. I lived there for about 3 years. Up north in Chang Rai 400 miles (600Km) north of Bankok.
    Hawaiian also has a word for people with round eyes, but I forgot what it is. Might be 'howlie' (phonetic spelling); anyway, their equivalent of 'gringo'.
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    @moonbus said
    Hawaiian also has a word for people with round eyes, but I forgot what it is. Might be 'howlie' (phonetic spelling); anyway, their equivalent of 'gringo'.
    Hawley or Howley, forget which. My wife's X was pure blood Hawaiian and our grandkids are half, she went to school in Hawaii, sent there as a punishment for being a bad girl when she was 14😉 O fate worse than death, to be forced to live with her brother who was a colonel in the USAF ATT.
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