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  1. #21
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    "Nunya Bidnits" <[email protected]> wrote

    >>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>> liquid nitrogen.
    >>>
    >>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>>
    >>>>> --Tedward
    >>>
    >>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>> for a batch.
    >>>
    >>>> Now where was I? ...
    >>>
    >>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>>

    >>
    >> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    >> it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    >> stores.
    >>
    >> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    >> food.
    >>
    >>
    >> it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply
    >> a liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.
    >> is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.

    >
    > Maybe if you explained to the representative from the troll group that you were not talking about the liquid form of nitrogen gas
    > which only exists at deep low temperatures, but rather a high nitrogen fertilizer in liquid form which exists at room temperature,
    > you both would not be wasting your time. Errr... check that, the troll group rep will just waste time on something else.


    What I want to know is which one the bartender used.

    --Tedward



  2. #22
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    CheeseHusker dos <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >>
    >>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >>
    >>>> --Tedward

    >>
    >>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>> for a batch.

    >>
    >>> Now where was I? ...

    >>
    >> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>

    >
    > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > stores.
    >
    > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > food.


    But liquid nitrogen *is* used in the production of food beyond the farm, and
    it is not fertilizer. Yet another person who is unfamiliar with the actual
    production of food.



  3. #23
    graham Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Oct 9, 4:42 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    > "Jim Brown" <jimbrown...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    >
    > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > --Tedward

    >
    > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > batch.
    >
    > Now where was I? ...
    > ---------------------------------
    > Still learning chemistry!


    bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"
    ---------------------------------------------
    That's slang!



  4. #24
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k52ak4$onl$[email protected]..
    > "Nunya Bidnits" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >>>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>>> liquid nitrogen.
    >>>>
    >>>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>>>
    >>>>>> --Tedward
    >>>>
    >>>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>>> for a batch.
    >>>>
    >>>>> Now where was I? ...
    >>>>
    >>>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    >>> it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    >>> stores.
    >>>
    >>> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    >>> food.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply
    >>> a liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.
    >>> is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.

    >>
    >> Maybe if you explained to the representative from the troll group that
    >> you were not talking about the liquid form of nitrogen gas which only
    >> exists at deep low temperatures, but rather a high nitrogen fertilizer in
    >> liquid form which exists at room temperature, you both would not be
    >> wasting your time. Errr... check that, the troll group rep will just
    >> waste time on something else.

    >
    > What I want to know is which one the bartender used.
    >
    > --Tedward


    Liquid Nitrogen.



  5. #25
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 6:23*pm, "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidn...@eternal-
    september.invalid> wrote:
    > CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > >> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > >>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    > >>> wrote:
    > >>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > >>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > >>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > >>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > >>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > >>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > >>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > >>>> --Tedward

    >
    > >>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    > >>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    > >>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    > >>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    > >>> for a batch.

    >
    > >>> Now where was I? ...

    >
    > >> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > > stores.

    >
    > > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > > food.

    >
    > But liquid nitrogen *is* used in the production of food beyond the farm, and
    > it is not fertilizer. Yet another person who is unfamiliar with the actual
    > production of food.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Too bad you're unable to read upthread - addressed that already.
    Maroon.

  6. #26
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 5:21*pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:04641c71-99f2-4af8-b74b-c652d0aeb18e@v15g2000yqi.g[email protected]..
    > On Oct 9, 5:10 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:[email protected]..
    > > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:

    >
    > > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > > batch.

    >
    > > > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > > stores.

    >
    > > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > > food.

    >
    > > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    > > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. *Go to a coop - if
    > you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    > "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. *Idot
    >
    > I bet I have been farming longer than you have.


    Prolly - bet I've bot and sold more grain that you've grown

    If you ask at a coop for
    > "liquid nitrogen" they will not give you nitrogen gas that has been cooled
    > to a liquid state.


    Perzactly - that's what I'm sayin'

  7. #27
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 6:27*pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 4:42 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "Jim Brown" <jimbrown...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:[email protected]....
    > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > > --Tedward

    >
    > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > batch.

    >
    > > Now where was I? ...
    > > ---------------------------------
    > > Still learning chemistry!

    >
    > bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    > know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"
    > ---------------------------------------------
    > That's slang!-


    ain't slang if'n it's the truth

  8. #28
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Oct 9, 5:21 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 5:10 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:[email protected]..
    > > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:

    >
    > > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    > > > > wrote:
    > > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    > > > > where
    > > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > > batch.

    >
    > > > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > > stores.

    >
    > > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > > food.

    >
    > > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    > > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. Go to a coop - if
    > you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    > "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. Idot
    >
    > I bet I have been farming longer than you have.


    Prolly - bet I've bot and sold more grain that you've grown

    If you ask at a coop for
    > "liquid nitrogen" they will not give you nitrogen gas that has been cooled
    > to a liquid state.


    Perzactly - that's what I'm sayin'

    yes, but WHY? IDJIT!



  9. #29
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 8:01*pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 5:21 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:[email protected]....
    > > On Oct 9, 5:10 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > > >news:[email protected]...
    > > > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:

    >
    > > > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > > > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    > > > > > wrote:
    > > > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > > > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    > > > > > where
    > > > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > > > batch.

    >
    > > > > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > > > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > > > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > > > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > > > stores.

    >
    > > > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > > > food.

    >
    > > > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simplya
    > > > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. Go to a coop - if
    > > you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    > > "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. Idot

    >
    > > I bet I have been farming longer than you have.

    >
    > Prolly - bet I've bot and sold more grain that you've grown
    >
    > If you ask at a coop for
    >
    > > "liquid nitrogen" they will not give you nitrogen gas that has been cooled
    > > to a liquid state.

    >
    > Perzactly - that's what I'm sayin'
    >
    > yes, but WHY? *IDJIT!-


    QED

  10. #30
    Momma Raider Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    It also removes warts.....MR


  11. #31
    graham Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    On Oct 9, 6:27 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 4:42 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > "Jim Brown" <jimbrown...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:[email protected]...
    > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > > --Tedward

    >
    > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > batch.

    >
    > > Now where was I? ...
    > > ---------------------------------
    > > Still learning chemistry!

    >
    > bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    > know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"
    > ---------------------------------------------
    > That's slang!-


    ain't slang if'n it's the truth
    ------------------------------
    What a strange view of the world you have!



  12. #32
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Tue, 09 Oct 2012 14:18:33 -0600, Janet Bostwick wrote:

    > Didn't you read in the news yesterday where a British girl had to have
    > her stomach removed to save her life?


    I think he did which is why he's posting this troll.

    For your Dialog crosspost killfile:

    !delete xref "knives" "scuba" "football" "travel" "religion" "politics"
    "acceptance"

    Which mean killfile all posts that are crossposted to any groups containing
    those keywords.

    -sw

  13. #33
    Michael Press Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    CheeseHusker dos <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Oct 9, 5:10*pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > >
    > > news:[email protected]..
    > > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    > >
    > > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    > >
    > > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    > >
    > > > >> --Tedward

    > >
    > > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > > batch.

    > >
    > > > > Now where was I? ...

    > >
    > > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    > >
    > > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > > stores.
    > >
    > > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > > food.
    > >
    > > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    > > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. *It is NOT liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. Go to a coop - if
    > you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    > "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. Idot


    The idiots are at the coop selling a toxic substance
    under the name of a non-toxic substance.

    --
    Michael Press

  14. #34
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    "Pico Rico" <[email protected]> wrote

    >>>>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>>>> liquid nitrogen.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>>>>
    >>>>>>> --Tedward
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>>>> for a batch.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> Now where was I? ...
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    >>>> it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    >>>> stores.
    >>>>
    >>>> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    >>>> food.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply
    >>>> a liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.
    >>>> is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.
    >>>
    >>> Maybe if you explained to the representative from the troll group that you were not talking about the liquid form of nitrogen
    >>> gas which only exists at deep low temperatures, but rather a high nitrogen fertilizer in liquid form which exists at room
    >>> temperature, you both would not be wasting your time. Errr... check that, the troll group rep will just waste time on something
    >>> else.

    >>
    >> What I want to know is which one the bartender used.
    >>
    >> --Tedward

    >
    > Liquid Nitrogen.


    Which liquid nitrogen? NH3 or N2?

    BTW, wouldn't N2 be a good fertizer for things like legumes?

    --Tedward



  15. #35
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k540b2$n5o$[email protected]..
    > "Pico Rico" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >>>>>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>>>>> liquid nitrogen.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> --Tedward
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>>>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>>>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>>>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>>>>> for a batch.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Now where was I? ...
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    >>>>> it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    >>>>> stores.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    >>>>> food.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply
    >>>>> a liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.
    >>>>> is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.
    >>>>
    >>>> Maybe if you explained to the representative from the troll group that
    >>>> you were not talking about the liquid form of nitrogen gas which only
    >>>> exists at deep low temperatures, but rather a high nitrogen fertilizer
    >>>> in liquid form which exists at room temperature, you both would not be
    >>>> wasting your time. Errr... check that, the troll group rep will just
    >>>> waste time on something else.
    >>>
    >>> What I want to know is which one the bartender used.
    >>>
    >>> --Tedward

    >>
    >> Liquid Nitrogen.

    >
    > Which liquid nitrogen? NH3 or N2?
    >
    > BTW, wouldn't N2 be a good fertizer for things like legumes?
    >
    > --Tedward


    liquid nitrogen, not liquid ammonia.



  16. #36
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    CheeseHusker dos <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Oct 9, 6:23 pm, "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidn...@eternal-
    > september.invalid> wrote:
    >> CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >>> On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >>
    >>>>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    >>>>> wrote:
    >>>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >>
    >>>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >>
    >>>>>> --Tedward

    >>
    >>>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>>> for a batch.

    >>
    >>>>> Now where was I? ...

    >>
    >>>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >>
    >>> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to
    >>> distinguish it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in
    >>> lawn and garden stores.

    >>
    >>> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    >>> food.

    >>
    >> But liquid nitrogen *is* used in the production of food beyond the
    >> farm, and it is not fertilizer. Yet another person who is unfamiliar
    >> with the actual production of food.- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Too bad you're unable to read upthread - addressed that already.
    > Maroon.


    Failed Pee Wee Herman defense noted.



  17. #37
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    graham <[email protected]> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > On Oct 9, 6:27 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    >> "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >>
    >> news:[email protected]...
    >> On Oct 9, 4:42 pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> "Jim Brown" <jimbrown...@yahoo.com> wrote in message

    >>
    >>> news:[email protected]...
    >>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    >>> wrote:

    >>
    >>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >>
    >>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >>
    >>>> --Tedward

    >>
    >>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>> for a batch.

    >>
    >>> Now where was I? ...
    >>> ---------------------------------
    >>> Still learning chemistry!

    >>
    >> bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    >> know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"
    >> ---------------------------------------------
    >> That's slang!-

    >
    > ain't slang if'n it's the truth
    > ------------------------------
    > What a strange view of the world you have!


    What did you expect from a troll from one of the most notorious troll havens
    on Usenet? (rec.sports.football.college)



  18. #38
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    "Nunya Bidnits" <[email protected]> wrote

    >>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>>> liquid nitrogen.
    >>>
    >>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>>
    >>>>> --Tedward
    >>>
    >>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>>> for a batch.
    >>>
    >>>> Now where was I? ...
    >>>> ---------------------------------
    >>>> Still learning chemistry!
    >>>
    >>> bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    >>> know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"
    >>> ---------------------------------------------
    >>> That's slang!-

    >>
    >> ain't slang if'n it's the truth
    >> ------------------------------
    >> What a strange view of the world you have!

    >
    > What did you expect from a troll from one of the most notorious troll havens on Usenet? (rec.sports.football.college)


    Um, dude? Trolls are kinda like unicorns -- they're both imaginary.

    --Tedward




  19. #39
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    Momma Raider <[email protected]> wrote:
    > It also removes warts.....MR


    Judging by the influx of trolls in this thread, it apparently is not a
    reliable remedy.



  20. #40
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 10, 10:08*am, "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidn...@eternal-
    september.invalid> wrote:
    > CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > > On Oct 9, 6:23 pm, "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidn...@eternal-
    > > september.invalid> wrote:
    > >> CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > >>> On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net>
    > >>> wrote:
    > >>>> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > >>>>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    > >>>>> wrote:
    > >>>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > >>>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > >>>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > >>>>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > >>>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > >>>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > >>>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > >>>>>> --Tedward

    >
    > >>>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    > >>>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    > >>>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    > >>>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    > >>>>> for a batch.

    >
    > >>>>> Now where was I? ...

    >
    > >>>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > >>> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to
    > >>> distinguish it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in
    > >>> lawn and garden stores.

    >
    > >>> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > >>> food.

    >
    > >> But liquid nitrogen *is* used in the production of food beyond the
    > >> farm, and it is not fertilizer. Yet another person who is unfamiliar
    > >> with the actual production of food.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > > Too bad you're unable to read upthread - addressed that already.
    > > Maroon.

    >
    > Failed Pee Wee Herman defense noted.- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    IOW - oh yeah - he's right - Cheese did indeed mention molecular
    gastronomy upthread

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