|The Mothership - 2015-03-26 |
Secretary, could you please draft two standard 'rich and famous' contracts for these young go-getters? And please clear two corner offices.
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2015-03-27 |
You could put that out with a lid. Scale it up and put out a tire fire and i'll be interested.
|fedex - 2015-03-27 |
Too bad their choice of fire retardant sucks.
Oh yeah, it's pretty obscure, you probably haven't heard of it...
|takewithfood - 2015-03-27 |
Also useful for defeating alien symbiotes.
|oddeye - 2015-03-27 |
Rather than sound why don't they just use high density pressure waves to like "knock it out" so to speak? Seems silly to blast Skilrx or whatever at a fire with a clunky device when you could make some kind of rapid fire air cannon to do the same job only better.
Why do so many engineers dress like a PUA convention?
Never mind, I got a better look at those pants. I was basing that mostly on hair. I still think the percentage is higher than the general population, though.
Sanest Man Alive
ashtar: not really, if you're talking about electrical or chemical (read: petroleum) fires. This is why extinguishers come in different varieties, and why none of them are "comically large seltzer bottle".
It's also been my experience that blowing on a carbon rich fire is a great way to crank up the heat. Be so warned, AfroTech engineers.
you and your fancy book learning wouldn't last a minute in my world of comically large seltzer bottles that's how we kick in on the streets
|infinite zest - 2015-03-27 |
This is probably a dumb question, but if you're able to produce sounds like this with your own voice (I'm thinking of Rhazel and Tuvan throat singers) could you create a similar frequency that could potentially put out a small fire?
Why of course you can. Take a drag on that smoke you've undoubtly got in your hand, and blow a smoke ring. Now blow many rings in succession. That is exactly what is happening here. No need for the smoke, but it helps to see what you are doing.
Heh.. I dunno.. voices can break glass if the frequency is high and loud enough.. but I was surprisingly not high when I asked that.
I'm quite serious about this. If these noobs would put some smoke in their bass bazooka, you'd see a chain of smoke rings coming out the nozzle. You think I am ribbing you but I am not.
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