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- Can I turn a CPU into a time-bomb ???
- Winnie Oakbob
June 8, 2005, 3:27 am
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Re: Can I turn a CPU into a time-bomb ???
Winnie Oakbob wrote:
1) buy a cartridge of compressed liquid fluorine. you might have to
look hard for it.
2) Using a dremel tool with a mini saw blade attachment to cut the
cartridge in half, lengthwise. Be sure to leave the neck of the
cartridge intact, though, because you'll use the neck of the cartridge
to hold the magnesium wires that will carry the electric charge to the
fluorine. In order to avoid sparks which could be dangerous around
fluorine, be sure to hold the cutting surface and dremel tool under
running water. This will keep the fluorine tank cool.
3) now you have 1/2 canister of liquid fluorine. It's uncompressed now.
The excess will have taken care of itself. Did you remember to leave
the neck on the bottle? Good. Drill a hole through the cap. During
this time, you'll probably want to save the fluorine in a resiliant
bowl. I'd suggest frozen mercury..
Hole drilled and fluorine put back in the 1/2 canister? wow. you've got
some Supercalifragelisticexpialidocious-ly leet zkillz if you've gotten
this far. Hum diddle-diddle!
5) Wrap zinc and copper wires together. Make sure they're stripped
first, entirely. Insulation stops the flow of electricity and makes the
bomb inefficient 26AWG should be good. put the twisted end into the
bottle, and connect the other ends to a reclaimed wall jack. copper on
negative, zinc on positive.
If you follow these instructions, you'll never have to worry about the
Microsoft Antitrust trial again!
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