Amazing chemical reactions!

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+1 1. dopkop commented 5 years ago

It's considered bad to boil lobster alive...pouring soy sauce/sodium on a Cuttlefish is almost worse! (Can't say I didn't torture snails with salt when I was a kid though :S )
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+9 2. loadrunner commented 5 years ago

#1 Don't be worried , it is dead, the muslce retract because of the sodium :D
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+1 3. Crizpy commented 5 years ago

#2 So you can animate the dead with sodium...interesting... O:)
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+3 4. martynbiker commented 5 years ago

the Lithium was sweet!
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+1 5. xenowhiz commented 5 years ago

The cuttlefish is dead( they cut the brain out ). If its recently killed the muscles and nerves can still function and when the sodium is absorbed it generates nerve impulses that makes it twitch. Good way to see if its fresh but it's still a bit scary.
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0 6. buckleg08 commented 192 days ago

solids go boom boom...8-)
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 191 days ago

There's nowt stranger than folk well apart from chemical reactions. :D