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    The bottles do have an unpleasantly high bursting point, the Anarchists Cookbook suggests putting in a vinegar and baking soda mixture, then putting the bottle in the car of somebody you don't like. Which I guess means somebody tried it.. :(

    Since theres a hole in the cap for the hose, probably the hose would be blown out and the contents would shoot out of the bottle like popping the top of a champagne bottle. Icky.

    Greg

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    Thats pretty much what I imagined happening - it is nice to know that I won't blow the doors off of my cabinet AND cover my living room with goo.
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Menke
    vinegar and baking soda mixture ...
    A chunk of dry ice, in about a third of a bottle of water will also work.
    Why would you eat bad ice cream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave-id
    A chunk of dry ice, in about a third of a bottle of water will also work.

    True, but the dry ice wont last very long, at least not at room temperature.
    Money can't buy happiness, but it sure can pay the rent.

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    It actually takes quite a while for the bottle to build up enough pressure to burst. I think the increased pressure may reduce the sublimation rate of the dry ice? Like how a pressure cooker works? I don't know, just a thought.
    Why would you eat bad ice cream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave-id
    It actually takes quite a while for the bottle to build up enough pressure to burst. I think the increased pressure may reduce the sublimation rate of the dry ice? Like how a pressure cooker works? I don't know, just a thought.


    OOOHHHHh, i thought you were talking about using dry ice to add CO2 to a tank. Haha, muh bad.
    Money can't buy happiness, but it sure can pay the rent.

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    pressure will slow down the sublimation but still, if you've got enough dry ice and water in there and shake it, you've only got a couple seconds to huck it. check it out on youtube, I wouldn't want to be anywhere near that. lol
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