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7/16/2014 The Columbia Mammoth Tusk (Day 17)

Moving right along and making sure to continue a fast-forward into my work over these past few months, I give you the completely covered tusk with a 60/40 mixture (acetone/Paraloid) 198 more words

Mammoth

4/12/2014 The Columbia Mammoth Tusk (Day 16)

It’s a new day, with a new chemical compound that I’m still trying to better understand how to work with.  I’m trying to be a glass-half-full person for this project since I’m in such uncharted waters, I find it thrilling and terrifying at the same time.   155 more words

Mammoth

4/11/2014 The Columbia Mammoth Tusk (Day 15)

Looks familiar & all right?…Just a little shinier?…

But upon closer examination…WHAT ARE THESE BUBBLES DOING HERE???!!!  PLASTIC BUBBLES EVERYWHERE!  Okay, don’t panic…Let’s analyze this.  After all, you’re a scientist, Kanya! 177 more words

Mammoth

Acetone High

Firstly, capturing these fine details on my phone camera is a real challenge!

What I’ve done is brush acetone directly onto 1 side of an old 3D print to see how well it cleans up the layers. 235 more words

3D Print

"What Are Ketones Anyways?"

When your child is on the ketogenic diet for seizures, the word “ketone” is a part of your everyday vocabulary. Not only do you talk about them, chances are that you measure them regularly as well. 682 more words

Ketogenic Diet For Epilepsy

On The Topic Of Spontaneous Human Combustion

Spontaneous Combustion occurs when an object, in this case, a human, promptly explodes in flame. This can happen when an internal chemical reaction occurs, where the resulting friction or heat culminates in all the surrounding matter catching fire. 541 more words