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    Anne Onime Guest

    Default just add water, makes it's own sauce

    I've finally figured out how to compress water. Just remember
    a few things: ALL MATTER IS COMPRESSABLE! ATOMS ARE MOSTLY
    EMPTY SPACE. SPACE ITSELF IS NOT MATTER AND IS NOT
    COMPRESSABLE. But atoms can be pushed into empty space. It
    takes a few tricks, but it's doable.
    So what I do now whenever I have a can of soup that says
    add a can of water? I compress the water to 1/2 it's original
    volume. This way I only have to add 1/2 a can of water to the
    soup instead of a full can.
    Can you think of any other uses for compressed water?


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    Tom Biasi Guest

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    "Anne Onime" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > I've finally figured out how to compress water. Just remember
    > a few things: ALL MATTER IS COMPRESSABLE! ATOMS ARE MOSTLY
    > EMPTY SPACE. SPACE ITSELF IS NOT MATTER AND IS NOT
    > COMPRESSABLE. But atoms can be pushed into empty space. It
    > takes a few tricks, but it's doable.
    > So what I do now whenever I have a can of soup that says
    > add a can of water? I compress the water to 1/2 it's original
    > volume. This way I only have to add 1/2 a can of water to the
    > soup instead of a full can.
    > Can you think of any other uses for compressed water?
    >

    Why bother,
    I use two tsp of dehydrated water to make one can of water for my soup.

    Tom



  3. #3
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: just add water, makes it's own sauce

    On Sun, 4 Jul 2010 14:16:03 -0400, "Tom Biasi"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Anne Onime" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]. .
    >> I've finally figured out how to compress water. Just remember
    >> a few things: ALL MATTER IS COMPRESSABLE! ATOMS ARE MOSTLY
    >> EMPTY SPACE. SPACE ITSELF IS NOT MATTER AND IS NOT
    >> COMPRESSABLE. But atoms can be pushed into empty space. It
    >> takes a few tricks, but it's doable.
    >> So what I do now whenever I have a can of soup that says
    >> add a can of water? I compress the water to 1/2 it's original
    >> volume. This way I only have to add 1/2 a can of water to the
    >> soup instead of a full can.
    >> Can you think of any other uses for compressed water?
    >>

    >Why bother,
    >I use two tsp of dehydrated water to make one can of water for my soup.
    >
    >Tom



    That liquids can't be compressed is the basis for the science of
    hydraulics.

  4. #4
    Tom Biasi Guest

    Default Re: just add water, makes it's own sauce


    "brooklyn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sun, 4 Jul 2010 14:16:03 -0400, "Tom Biasi"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Anne Onime" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected] ..
    >>> I've finally figured out how to compress water. Just remember
    >>> a few things: ALL MATTER IS COMPRESSABLE! ATOMS ARE MOSTLY
    >>> EMPTY SPACE. SPACE ITSELF IS NOT MATTER AND IS NOT
    >>> COMPRESSABLE. But atoms can be pushed into empty space. It
    >>> takes a few tricks, but it's doable.
    >>> So what I do now whenever I have a can of soup that says
    >>> add a can of water? I compress the water to 1/2 it's original
    >>> volume. This way I only have to add 1/2 a can of water to the
    >>> soup instead of a full can.
    >>> Can you think of any other uses for compressed water?
    >>>

    >>Why bother,
    >>I use two tsp of dehydrated water to make one can of water for my soup.
    >>
    >>Tom

    >
    >
    > That liquids can't be compressed is the basis for the science of
    > hydraulics.


    Yes, Howard Hughes depended on it.



  5. #5
    JL Guest

    Default Re: just add water, makes it's own sauce



    Anne Onime wrote:
    > I've finally figured out how to compress water. Just remember
    > a few things: ALL MATTER IS COMPRESSABLE! ATOMS ARE MOSTLY
    > EMPTY SPACE. SPACE ITSELF IS NOT MATTER AND IS NOT
    > COMPRESSABLE. But atoms can be pushed into empty space. It
    > takes a few tricks, but it's doable.
    > So what I do now whenever I have a can of soup that says
    > add a can of water? I compress the water to 1/2 it's original
    > volume. This way I only have to add 1/2 a can of water to the
    > soup instead of a full can.
    > Can you think of any other uses for compressed water?
    >


    Pffts! amateur! your compressed water is pointless when compared to my
    dehydrated water.

    --

    Mr. Joseph Paul Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.

    Let the games begin!
    http://fredeeky.typepad.com/fredeeky.../sf_anthem.mp3


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