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Heavy water and plants

Cereoid* cereoid at prodigy.net
Wed Sep 26 18:44:04 EST 2001

That's right, "Heavy water" is the same stuff used in building atomic bombs.
Makes one wonder where Carsten Richter of Humboldt-University in Berlin
got it and why he wants to play with it. The stuff is toxic and radioactive.


Pity the poor impressionable athletes.
You wouldn't catch me drinking peroxide.
There have been liquid plant foods sold that contain peroxide.

Dwayne Conyers <dwacon at my-deja.com> wrote in message
news:tr4faeq1bln906 at news.supernews.com...
> Heavy water?  Please explain for us non-scientists.  I remember watching a
> movie where they needed heavy water to build a nuke.  Am I 100% clueless?
> Also, I've read about water with extra oxygen that is being marketed as
> of snake-oil to athletes.  Obviously, oxygen in water won't benefit a
> but will it help a plant?  Just ink wiring.
> Thanks in advance.
> Dwacon
> www.dwacon.com

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