Also, ammonia and bleach makes chlorine gas, not mustard gas. Still deadly, though
@IrrelevantSax, my one teacher accidentally made some chlorine gas in the back of the classroom.
@IrrelevantSax, *upvotes picture for "innocent" use later
@IrrelevantSax, Have an upvote
@IrrelevantSax, more like "mildly irritating" in those amounts.
The nitrogen in urine is from urea there shouldn't be ammonia
@SteveTheAlpaca, Fun fact that I learned when my buddy left his mic on and his brother was watching nursing class videos. It played through twice...
Students at WPI did this for one of their study abroad programs, pretty kick ass.
@Jauffre, I was just accepted there today! Or rather, I enrolled. Live in MA so it should be nice.
@LostLogic, I also live in MA and was accepted there last yet but I decided to not go due to the class schedule. I took differential equations and English II in the same 7-week summer semester and it took up all of my time, granted I still had 2 jobs at the times. But WPI only does 7-week terms and you take 3 classes each term, which at least for me I thought was a bit too much, plus they didn't give me any financial aid and it's expensive. But if they had given me more money I probably would have gone regardless of their class schedule because it's a fantastic school.
But wouldn't that only work in the day?
@NotTheLastTimeLord, yes, but for people who have no access to electricity and have to burn things like oil lamps even in the day time, this significantly cuts down on fuel use. Pretty sure that was the idea behind this i remember seeing a video a while back
@NotTheLastTimeLord, no, didn't you know that water can retain light for over 12h?
It's an older post sir, but it checks out
@julian0027, ID: 89619
Way back in February 2014. Time sure is flying by isn't it
Could this work with pepsi?
This gives me an idea...
And then you learn something
*farts* What?! A little gas never killed anyone.
So no one wondering why there's bleach in it? I mean it would sanitize and prevent stuff growing in it, but any other reason?
-Liter of Light
I'm failing to see how that's 55 watts. On average, solar insolation is 1kW per square meter (sorry for using commie units). And that's definitely not 1/20th of a square meter. Unless they mean equivalent to an inefficient incandescant 55 watt light bulb?
@Tsaltydog, it's on the Internet so it had to be true...
Actually this is my argument against solar...
People say gas engines wernt efficient in the past as they are now, they are 100 times more efficient.... Solar will be like that...
As you pointed out there's only so much energy per sq/m and that's al we can ever capture.
Right now consumer solar is 70% efficient... We can't even double, can't even half make it better than what we have now... I people don't seem to get that.