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You’ve never seen insane if you haven’t seen this video! This drill, supposedly made with Vibranium, drills a clean hole through a Nokia mobile phone. If that wasn’t crazy enough, the phone still rings with two holes through it!
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The deer in the video doesn't respond to the pokes on its skin and taps on its horns but runs on hearing the RUN command. Is it a sort of training drill?
This is pretty much how we saw Charlie Chaplin eat corn in his Modern Times. Didn’t know someone would actually try it in real life.
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Making hommade substrate for mycology use
-1 cup measuring
-Vermiculite sold at Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart and Target
-Brown rice flour sold at Walmart and major grocery stores
-Foil 3"x 3"
-Wide Mouth mason w/lids jars any size as long as it is not regular style jars
-Large soup pot or Pressure cooker
-Steamer for bottom of pot
-Small nail or 1/8" drill bit
-Hammer if using no drill bit
-Distilled or Spring Water
First use a 1/8th drill bit or nail to poke or drill 4 holes on lid In this video I used 5 holes do not do that because it might dry out the water content in jars which stalls the colonizing of the mycelium. Boil jars and lids with band in water for 20 minutes than take out and set them upside down on a paper towel. Wipe off excess moisture from bands and lids.
Prepare your substrate by putting 2 cups of vermiculite, 1 cup brown rice flour, and 1 cup distilled or spring water (2 parts Vermiculite,1 part brown rice flour, 1 part water. You can make as much as you want as long as you follow the
2x1x1 part mixture. Mix Vermiculite and flour together first until well mixed with fork than slowly add water until consistancy is like damp sand. Fill jars with spoon very lightly without compacting substrate should be loose and airey, leave a 1/2" space from top of jar. Wipe down rim of jar with paper towel so no moisture is left, if you fail to do this the risk of contamination is can happen. Put a dry layer of only vermiculite on top of the damp substrate until it is flush with rim of jar. Wipe rim again to clean any dust off. Put lids on jars tight and cover them with foil. The purpose of the foil is to prevent water from dripping through the holes on the lid and ruining the moisture content. Too much moisture can cause mycelium to not grow. Too little can make substrate too dry which will cause no growth
The use of a shotgun fruiting chamber is the easiest way to grow mushrooms. It was designed to allow adequate air flow and high humidity by the use of perlite to hold water. The holes that are drilled create air flow that enters from all sides. By using a storage bin and drilling 1/4 inch holes on all sides and placing perlite on the bottom maintains the 3 key factors in the growth process of the mushrooms, which are "FAE" Fresh Air Exchange, "RH" Relative Humidity, and Temperature. You can use any small LED light but a 6500 kelvin/100 watt CFL is the best for optimal growth. Make sure to elevate the terrarium 2" or above.
This video explains How To Make A Shotgun Chamber For Fruiting Mushrooms. Get a clear plastic storage bin and mark a dot 2" apart from top to bottom all the way around the bin. Mark all 6 sides than use a 1/4" drill bit to holes in the marked spots. Be careful not to crack the plastic. Clean the burrs with a razor blade than add perlite 4" in depth. Attach a light and place in a room that can keep the temperature and humidity steady. Put your fully colonized trays or cakes inside on top of a piece of foil. Mist an fan to promote pinning.
This shows a Marine Drill Instructor looking for a six pack of beer
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