Where can I buy Some Powdered Water?

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  1. Jimmy*B

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    Where can I buy Some Powdered Water?
     
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    [​IMG] But what do you add?[​IMG]
     
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    Instant Ocean looks like sugar.
     
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    "I put a cup of instant coffee in a microwave oven -- it went back in time". -- Steven Wright
     
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    Oh no, not another silica thread. [​IMG]
     
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    The joke is powdered water. Just add water.
     
  9. MarkHastings

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    What I want to know is, where can I get some REALLY wet water? Not your average water, but the really really really wet kind? Let's pray the mods don't merge the two threads or this web site will explode!
     
  10. Tony Whalen

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    I'd be happy to sell you some! Authentic Canadian powdered water even!

    Geez... I could make a FORTUNE. [​IMG]

    Would you care for a complimentary order of silica while we're at it? [​IMG]
     
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    Do you want to produce just 1 water or a whole bunch of little waters?
     
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    You can have some water from NJ, we've got enough now in the form of rain. [​IMG]

    Jay
     
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    Snow, powdered water, just add heat[​IMG]
     
  16. MarkHastings

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    Jason, that article was cool. Oh the possibilites!!!

    You could fill a pool up with saphire, jump in with your business suit on, swim around and then go right back to work without the need to change clothes. [​IMG]
     
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    it's good salt though.
     
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    I guess that sapphire stuff could also be used by dry-cleaners? For that matter, what odds it is the same stuff? Probably not, isn't dry-cleaning fluid flammable? (Carbon tetrachloride a.k.a. tetrachloromethane, IIRC?)
     
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    I think they make powdered water by melting dry ice.
     
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