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  1. tumalso

    what about this new cooling solution..

    It's been a while since I've seen the technical schematics of the pyra.. maybe that could bring a breath of fresh air into the matter. So far we have only dealt with passive cooling formations a small excerpt from one of the technical documents from the website:
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    Hardwood and softwoods contain as builders cellulose (cellulose) and lignin. Cellulose is important as a raw material for the production of paper. For a long time rags and fabric shreds were used as fiber raw materials. Only since the mid-19th century, the paper is made of wood. In 1859, a...
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    In general, the following 3 variants exist. At least that's how the chemical industry in Germany thinks about it. (\ wiki) Here is the full quote: A luminescent color refers to a colorant that emits more visible light than is incident from the outside, that is, more than would be...
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    Quote: Afterglow colors store incident light in the form of excitation energy (phosphorescence). Afterglow colors contain toxic heavy metal salts and are only suitable under special precautions (strong binder) for everyday use. They are based on the Luminova pigments.
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    Not much text here. Just a video.

    hi there, a conventional headset has a wire cable. Wire has metal in it. This metal conducts the radiation coming from your cell phone allowing it to easily travel up the wire and into your head. So wired headsets can act as an antenna attracting ambient EMFs, transmitting radiation directly...