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originally posted by: Harte
originally posted by: anti72
Heat this stuff up and mercury comes out of it.
Mercury has a boiling point of 356.73 °C.
not with a boiling fire for sure, and then you need an environment to collect the mercury vopors..
Only if you want a high efficiency in the extraction.
Check out the pics at this site: Link
originally posted by: MythMaster
a reply to: AxlJones
It's certainly an interesting aspect of it. I wonder, though, if it has more to do with permanency and using something that doesn't evaporate/stagnate/etc....over time to preserve the intended image versus something more significant. Not saying there isn't anything there, but I find myself questioning how deep it really goes. With all the strange coincidences and seemingly simultaneous development of other ideas/structures/etc.... It seems these mercury pools would be much more common than they are if it went very deep.