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  1. Thanks StringJunky for setting me straight on this.
  2. Hey this is fun. I appreciate the input from each of you. The comments from PHI FOR ALL, were very helpful; "Diversity of plant life", "aliens smart enough to avoid our observations", "Motive", all good. KLAYNOS' suggestion to "move on to something with more evidence" I don't intend to do. I appreciate his comment but think he would be more at home in the Applied Science forum. I like to let my mind wander into areas of the "absurd to go there" and "that's ridicules". I am a technician and not trained in the sciences, and appreciate the views of those of you trained in these disciplines. I'm glad to participate in the Trash Heap.....sorry, Trash Bin.
  3. PAREIDOLA describes the phenomena of objects that look like other objects, I.e. the man in the moon, rock formations, clouds etc. We know these are naturally occurring phenomena and few people take them serious, but there are some living plants that have astonishing similarity to other living objects; A swaddled baby, (Impatiens Bequaert), and Flying ducks, (Orchid Caleana Major), and many others. We know that natural rock and cloud formations are beyond manipulation. We also know that humans at the present time are not capable of genetic alteration of plant life to the extent of the plants referred to here. Is it possible that that these plants are genetically designed to look other objects? If so, since mankind is unable to do this, who did it? It is my contention that there are beings in the universe with the intelligence to do this and are still doing, not only on Earth but through out the universe in general. To me these plants are a conformation of this.
  4. STUDIOT; This was about 25 years ago, and I remember lifting the 5 gallon (US measure) metal can full of this liquid and it felt like the weight of a 100 lb bag of cement. I was just curious as to what type of liquid it could be. I don't remember them telling me what it was back then. To me, as a layman, I figured all clear liquids should weigh about the same. I appreciate your patience with me, I know very little about chemistry. HYPERVALENT-IODINE, Thanks for coming back on this. The incident I referred to was 25 years ago. I have since learned that it is a toxic chemical and harmful to the environment.
  5. Thanks Imatfaal and John. It was probably Carbon Tet.
  6. In building some gyroscopic navigation equipment for a company, we used a very heavy clear liquid to suspend a spinning ball in this liquid. The liquid must have weighed over 100lbs in a 5 gallon can. What kind of liquid would it be? What is the heaviest known non-metallic liquid?