DanialE21 karma2020-08-22 06:40:56 UTC
I thought teachers are already treated like shit even without covid
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DanialE3 karma2020-09-15 08:10:49 UTC
Do you see yourself doing it again in the future?
DanialE2 karma2019-10-08 01:42:16 UTC
That would go to cards against humanity and their bullshit sale
DanialE2 karma2018-11-26 02:55:36 UTC
Met a James Hiscocks once
DanialE1 karma2017-12-30 05:47:05 UTC
Ah. Keep your hopes up. Mostly what governs melting points are the size of the molecules. One carbon like methane are gas at room temp and pressure. Longer molecules can be volatile liquids and even longer ones can be solid at room temp and pressure.
Even so. There are processes to split the long chains into smaller ones. So if it solidifies too easily, they can probably find a way to break them smaller so the stuff prefers to be liquid
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