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15 April 2004 Thursday

Sapphire: synthetic wetless water

slated in mainstream at 7:16 pm

so, synthetic wetless “water” has been invented/created, and they’ve named the chemical, ‘Sapphire’... a friend brought the article to my attention. i haven’t found much information about it offhand… but it seems fascinating… of course, i’m a bit suspicious of it. not that i don’t think it’s possible. i just want to mildly reassured that it is not at all toxic or otherwise contains properties besides diffusing fire and rolling/drying clean off of any object entirely submerged in it. what happens if a person bathes in it? does it have cleaning properties at all? does it not conduct electricity? how firm is it? can things float in it? what happens if you pour some oil in it? what happens when it’s mixed with water? does it actually mix, or separate? and what a potentially wonderful idea!

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