Russian man tests chloroform

I guess it works?

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+4 1. woodhatch commented 139 days ago

Yeah! Knockout!!!
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+5 2. Scutterbucket commented 139 days ago

Who let that one through the natural selection process?
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+3 3. thundersnow commented 138 days ago

Definitely belongs in Russian category....:D:D:D
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+2 4. thefox commented 138 days ago

Fake. We had access to chloroform at school when I was a teenager and we tried many times, to knock ourselves out with the stuff. Not once were we successful. Here's a paragraph which sums it up neatly:

How long does it take for Chloroform to knock you out?

While the right dose of chloroform soaked in a rag can definitely knock you unconscious, it would take much longer than what they show in movies (you wouldn’t drop unconscious just by taking a whiff!). Even with a perfectly measured dose, it would take at least 5 minutes to render someone unconscious.

source:
https://www.scienceabc.com/humans/movies/does-chloroform-knock-you-out-as-quickly-as-they-show-in-movies.html
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+1 5. thundersnow commented 138 days ago

#4 Okay, that makes sense, after all only an IV administered anesthetic could make someone unresponsive that quickly, and this is inhaled.
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+4 6. Judge-Jake commented 138 days ago

Perhaps it was Vodka. ;)
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+1 7. thefox commented 138 days ago

#6. No Jake. It was definitely Chloroform. It said so on the jar. :)
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0 8. Woolf2000 commented 136 days ago

ehh.. try it out while sitting, stupid? russians..