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I want to make a device which allows lobsters and other oceanic crustaceans able to survive on dry land for longer. Would it be possible to devise something that holds a small amount of salt water near their gills while replenishing the oxygen though aeration or do they also excrete non-gaseous waste through their gills which would rapidly turn the water toxic?

These things are incredible

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I was told, but I didn't believe it. The power...
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What's the best course of action if I think there's a small chance I may have brought a bedbug home from work? At work today (in an office) some people found a lone bedbug on the chair that was previously occupied by a recently fired employee. We pulled apart the seams of that chair and all the others, but we didn't see any more. We wrapped the suspect chair in a garbage bag and mummified it in shipping tape. When I went home, I entered through the laundry room and immediately put all my clothes in the dryer on high heat for 45 minutes. I then went straight upstairs and took a shower. After that, I sprayed bug spray all over my car seat. I also put the clothes in the washing machine and through the dryer once again. I sprayed bug spray all over the laundry room where I entered. What do you think the chances are that one of the bugs hitched a ride on my clothes and took up residence in my home? What's the best thing to do at this point?
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So I have this speed limit sign that I found, and I wanna do something to make it a decoration for my flat. What do?

Display case with glass door.

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So I'm making a wooden display case with a glass door on the front. My plan is to make the door from cherry wood pieces 1" thick, 1 .5" wide. I'll use a slot cuter in my table router to cut a groove the right thickness and depth to hold the glass. It doesn't seem like I should just put the glass in the groove. Should I be using strips of felt, or some other padding? The glass is 3/16" thick, btw, and isn't tempered.
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Attention car owners! Concerned anon here to make sure that you know/have the following: -A scissor jack or some kind of jack in your car (and the appropriate tool to turn the scissor jack upward) -A spare tire inflated to the correct psi as outlined by your car's owner's manual -A tire plug kit for tire punctures -A lug nut tire wrench (the x kind or the classic "rumble in the jungle" gang weapon tire iron) -A torque wrench with good leverage for later Please don't be like me and get stuck without ever having changed tires once in your life. DO it under controlled circumstances. That is all.
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Hello /diy/. What kind of lock is this? And how would I go about cracking the combo
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What should I do with this sunroom?
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which chip on a motherboard controls the base clock (BCLK) and the CPU multiplier? is there a crystal oscillator that supplies the base clock?

99% to 100% Light Blocking True Blackout Curtains

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Can someone recommend me some true blackout curtains? I want my room to be like a fucking cave at noon. Does something like this exist under $40?
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Me and my girlfriend are looking at apartments here in The Overland Park area and near by (Close to Kansas City). Yes, we live with her mom. Anyway.... What things should I look for when looking at these shit holes? I been going over a lot of them the past few weeks and reading reviews, but most of the reviews are 6 months to a year+ old. Next is security. I dont need people stealing my shit. I looked around at a few things online and thought about getting a few (2ish?) wifi cameras or maybe going super cheap and setting up some old android phones as wifi cameras. Also thought about a motion detector for when we are not home. Temperature. Making the place as comfy without jacking up the temp or knocking it down. Going to get door draft stopper for the main door, but most of the apartments I seen have a set of big ass windows with a sliding door in the dining/living room. What do I need if there is air leaking in this? Shades/blinds, light or dark colors? I also have two lasko fans which can move a lot of air. Also thinking about getting a small space heater (one with a built in fan) to use in whatever area of the apartment we are in if needed. Will add more when I think of it.
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As we all know, red loctite makes it so that bolts are impossible to remove without the application of heat. To do so otherwise you risk the likelihood of rounding off the corners or even twisting the head of the bolt right off. The purpose of anaerobic threadlockers is to prevent fasteners from loosening themselves through vibration or shock, and to a lesser extent, protect threads from corrosion and galling. That being said, are there any real situations where red must be used over the blue? I can't really think of any. I have a bottle of red that I only ever used to attach the ball to the hitch of my truck, and that's more to discourage potential thieves than anything else.

Hello, electronics DIY question

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Hello everyone. I recently was given a vox pathfinder solid state guitar amplifier and have decided to make this my first guitar related DIY project. Basically, I wanted to 'mod' the amp by pulling a pair of LED's completely from the circuit to open things up a bit more sonically. My question is that i'd like to have this done so that I can switch the LED's in and out of the circuit. I'm having a surprising amount of trouble finding any information on how to do this, maybe its one of those things thats so simple it goes without saying but I am still having trouble. It seems that I have to wire the LED's to a 3 pole on/on switch, but not sure exactly how in regards to polarity and such. Does anyone have any diagrams or useful information that I can use to teach myself how to figure this out? Thanks alot folks and take care.

Cheapest lightbox

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Alright I need about a 3 by 3 foot lightbox. I'm taking a 6x6inch sketch of and blowing it up on my computer to make it wall hangable and to also add color/paint to it. But I need a sorta large light box. I tried google and it gave me people putting lamps under clear glass. Id like to keep the whole project under 30 dollars... I thought about an old TV screen with a piece of glass over top of it might work. But I checked craigslist and got nothing in the free section.
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I recently starten taking my rally car apart, and discovered that the previous owners have straightened and "welded" dents using duct tape and seam sealer. Working on cleaning everything now. Anyone have som nifty tricks for pulling out sheet metal in cramped spaces like the inside of wheel arches? Pic sort of related. Couldn't get a good pic of mine as it is still mostly covered by sealer.

Bed by radiator

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Is this a fire hazard?
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Has anyone here tried himself on self made nightvision? I'm want to build my own (most likly IR-based) If anybody has any tips, i would really appreciate it.

How do i fix this

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My brother knows HVAC but he's so fucking lazy he wouldn't explain how to do this, only what is wrong. My furnace keeps turning off after only being on for maybe 5 minutes. An although it puts out heat it keeps turning off and tries to turn back on but doesn't unless you turn it off then on again and it does the same thing. He told me there is a flame sensor in my furnace and it needs to be cleaned by using steel wool or a light grit sand paper. How do I do this? How can I find out where the sensor is? He said it's a long metal rod and it might not be visible How do I take it off first? Which bolts should I remove to access it? I think the AC is the bottom portion although I may be wrong It's a condo, Not a house.
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I've bought a used oak fire surround and it looks like the previous owner has used some sort of filler on it in the centre, maybe to attach a decoration. Is there any way I can remove this while keeping the integrity of the wood grain? I'd thought about sanding it all out but it's going to make that area feel and look smooth where as the rest is bumpy.

Cleaning up brass - 2 different problems

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Hi there /DIY, I've got a load of brass that i need to clean up real good - the problem in both cases is that i have hundreds of pieces to clean so am looking for some solutions that are simple and not overly backbreaking. problem 1 - one set of brass arrived with significant tarnishing problem 2 - the second set of brass was laser cut with a plastic backing on it that has burnt on. its a pain in the ass but will come off with some acetone and scrubbing with a magic eraser. because of the use i have planned or the brass i realy need to avoid introducing any scratches at all so want to avoid abrasion as much as possible. any thoughts here about how best to clean up? I'd ask over in /k but y'know .... I'm pretty liberal tarnish pic attached plastic in next post






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