Gear wrote:I'm not sure if it would be possible to constantly eat enough chocolate to maintain raptor toxicity without killing oneself.
Magnanimous wrote:The potassium in my body is emitting small amounts of gamma rays, so I consider myself to have nuclear arms. Don't make me hug you.
Sheikh al-Majaneen wrote:Wasn't that in a movie?
It Should Be Real wrote:Fuck the wizard.
We're doing this manually.
GenericPseudonym wrote:They could identify the mold, though. You'd be better off using something wooden and then burning it, I think.
Someone should sig that.Plasmic-Turtle wrote:Bugger, now I'm going to spend the whole afternoon trying to work out how I'd kill someone.
Belial wrote:I'm all outraged out. Call me when the violent rebellion starts.
bluebambue wrote:A falling icicle can kill, according to Mythbusters.
I think you could wield one with enough force, as well.
thorgold wrote:-Blunt trauma-
Icicles are extremely brittle when used as blunt weapons. When swung like a club, the end that makes contact with a target will almost always snap away from the "handle." However, thick icicles can withstand the force of being swung hard - so, icicles pose a powerful one-strike weapon. An icicle wielded with two hands (two to three feet long and of sufficient width) could easily break bones or kill with a blow to the head. Handheld icicles (one to two feet) would have a similar effect to using a glass bottle as a weapon, capable of incapacitating or heavily bruising. Even when broken, chunks of the icicle can be used like rocks.
Randomizer wrote:What would happen if you managed to extract all the dissolved air and froze the water in a vacuum so that the ice wouldn't expand? Would the added density make the ice stronger?
Carnildo wrote:Randomizer wrote:What would happen if you managed to extract all the dissolved air and froze the water in a vacuum so that the ice wouldn't expand? Would the added density make the ice stronger?
It's not trapped air that causes water to expand when it freezes, it's a change in molecular structure.
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