Is this the most boring experiment ever? Sure, why the hell not.
That's as boring as Mitt Romney. And on the subject of Romney: Could someone do a mash up of Mitt Romneys apology for being a dick in prep school to Emilio Estevez's emotional confession as to why he was actually in detention in The Breakfast Club?
I am not lying when I say I have this open in a background tab for about half of my work days.
I believe that Alcoa has a similarly long-running experiment in which they put some aluminum plates out on the roof of the plant decades ago and periodically check them for corrosion.
I think that, compared to the Alcoa experiment, the glacial rheology of pitch is positively riveting.
Because my husband is an optician (think telescope lenses, not glasses,) I am a pitch expert, especially as it relates to laundry issues. Tiny pocket-fallen cromulets of pitch will coat a dryer drum much like roof-dog feces on a windshield. Pitch contains cerium, a rare earth mineral, and is very expensive now. I could wreck this crummy experiment in five minutes with a hot plate.
I shared this with my office and it took ten minutes of us debating what pitch was for the New Zealander to interfere and tell us all our theories were completely wrong.
I don't know this Tiny pocket-fallen cromulets of pitch will coat a dryer drum much like roof-dog feces on a windshield.
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