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Strawbean 11-29-08 12:42 AM

uh oh
venom, heel.

(tho I am told that if they have green blood... hmm...)
nah, can't risk it.

;) (((((((((Venom))))))))))

Mitza 12-01-08 06:51 PM

Well, they can't stand ironoxides, so..
*handing some to Venom and Straw*
Hmm.... Straw is sure acting funny...
Um... Straw?... Is this you?... Uh oh...

Strawbean 12-06-08 02:17 PM

lol, M. I always act funny.. strange rather..

(wondering if I should hide... wondering if iron oxides would burn skin...
wait... iron oxide is rust, isn't it?
how do you apply iron oxide? bc I haven't had my tetanus shot in many years...)




Mitza 12-08-08 04:57 PM

lol.. you don't have to apply it on them Straw.. Just the nearby existence of it will make them blow up. :D (I don't like shape-shifters) ;)

Well, if you were an alien you would be gone by now.. so.. ;)

Strawbean 12-08-08 09:20 PM

huh? Did you say anthing, M?
Oh well.
(reading wiki)
"Some iron oxides are widely used in ceramic applications, particularly in glazing. Many metal oxides provide the colors in glazes after being fired at high temperatures.
Iron oxides yield pigments (see Iron oxide pigments). Natural iron oxides pigments are called ochres. Many classic paint colors, such as raw and burnt siennas and umbers, are iron-oxide pigments. These pigments have been...
Iron pigments are also widely used in the cosmetic field. They are considered to be nontoxic, moisture resistant, and nonbleeding. Iron oxides graded safe for cosmetic use are produced synthetically in order to...
Typically, the Iron(II) oxide pigment is black, while the Iron(III) oxide is red or rust-colored..."

Hm... I wonder how different it is from zinc oxide...
Zinc is also used in skin care products, in paint, + exists in tablet form even...

:( I hope I didn't ingest any.... Eeek!
(Not that I'm an alien or anything...)
but I think I should get a tetanus shot now... :P

Garnet Jello 12-19-08 11:46 AM

I definitely think that there are other lifeforms out there in the universe. It just seems really improbable for our little planet to be the only place in the universe to have any life. I don't think that these beings are like Greys, Reptillians, or Nords as a lot of people like to think; I mean, considering that a lot of places don't have the same sorts of environments as Earth, it's pretty stupid to think that life on other planets would necessarily resemble humans, isn't it? Who says that they are carbon-based life forms, meaning that they'd need the same sort of living conditions as most life on Earth?

totallyamazed 12-19-08 12:06 PM

I'm not completely educated on the subject, but... I believe there are other life forms other than ours! How vain would you have to be to think that we are alone? I'd love to meet them!

Raging Silence 12-28-08 08:28 PM

I have totally forgotten the forumula but one was created to attempt to calculate the possibility of life of any form in the unverse other than our planets. Even by the miniscule chances of the creation of life etc is is almost mathmatically impossible for us to be the only life in the entire universe.

Venom 12-29-08 12:01 AM

hmmm zinc exists on our home planet too... uh oh *hides venom*

totallyamazed 12-29-08 09:03 AM

I would like to believe that one day an alien will fly down and take be back to their home planet!!! Really! I'm not joking!

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