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  1. Looks like the Jello I found in the back of my fridge 🙂

  2. Anna

     /  October 8, 2007

    Oooo, mystery Jello!! It really looks like it, Russ got a sample. It even wobbles slightly…

  3. alex

     /  October 8, 2007

    D3O – Dueteronium Ion. Highly acidic, great for fusion and excellent at breaking the ice at parties. 🙂
    Yes, thixotropic materials are indeed wonderful to play with.

  4. happycrow

     /  October 8, 2007

    Except insofar as the material they sent actually performs no better than closed-cell foam… horrific disappointment.

  5. alex

     /  October 8, 2007

    So you got a sample of the stuff? Did they give any compositional details or provide a materials safety data sheet (MSDS)?

  6. No extra details, just a roughly 1.5″ square. Like I said, total disappointment. I literally can’t see any performance difference between this stuff and closed-cell foam padding.


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