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  1. Cosmonaut

    Russian Cosmonaut Talks About UFO's

    Not necessarily infinite. As far as we know, it's about 46 billion light years in diameter. But there's more than enough space for who knows what.
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    Russian Cosmonaut Talks About UFO's

    Not convinced. At least, not by this video. And it has my name in the title :-D I'd imagine there's all kind of space crap floating about up there, (reflecting sunlight, hence it showing up on IR) but unless you see one of those streaks change direction or something, I'm not really sure what he's on about. FWIW, I think the chances for intelligent life elsewhere are pretty good.
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    FREE spore print/live culture trading thread

    Ta! Next gets a P cube Mexican (microscopy only) VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VV
  4. Cosmonaut

    New to cultivation & mycology, where to start?

    I've used the same containers previously, and had no dramas vis-a-vis contamination. I think the trick is to get 'em whilst they are still hot. For my money, small jars (like baby food jars) are the best bet.
  5. I read the title as "cannabis tomato." I don't know if I'm confused or disappointed. :-S
  6. Cosmonaut

    NASA's new project crashes and burns.

    It's happening. James Cameron wants to give it a crack.... http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/googlebacked-asteroid-mining-venture-adds-billionaire-investors-20120807-23rhl.html
  7. Cosmonaut

    Good Petri Dishes

    Baby food jars. Seriously. If you don't have them, any small jar will do. Fill half to two-thirds full with agar, tilt, allow to set.
  8. Cosmonaut

    Police warn of drug's dangers

    But wait.... There's more! I saw this on the front cover of my local paper: http://www.inmycommunity.com.au/news-and-views/local-news/Trees-stripped-of-bark-to-produce-hallucinogencic-drug/7623598/
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    west aussie's trade and sell thread

    Smidge, I'm in the same boat - Omphalotus Nidiformis is the native bioluminescent fungi. If I get my hands on a culture, I'll PM you, and send one out. I'd be real careful importing, though, based on my dealings with customs.
  10. I love the way it's "1.3 million" and "1.343 million". Is 43,000 not good enough or something?
  11. Cosmonaut

    Facebook Whoring

    Disagree. Reddit has stuff in place to stop spamming of links. If you've made ten accounts, then thats ten karma. the stuff on the front page has 1500+ most of the time. I can see your point, but the time you'd spend making... what, hundreds, thousands of accounts honestly wouldn't be worth your time.
  12. Cosmonaut

    What cactus is this?

    Cheers guys. The reason I ask is I reckon this house is going to be bulldozed soon, so if this cactus is worth saving, I might nick a couple of cuttings. Sounds like it might be a goer..... :-)
  13. Cosmonaut

    What cactus is this?

    Thanks heaps! For the record, there are very small spines (a few mm), but I think, after a Google image search for those two species, you are correct.
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