I still have nightmares...
Sure,and with one of their days lasting 243 Earth days they need good edge retention,too.By the way,Cobalt is actually the leader of an elite group of elements known as the League of Criminal Transition Metals (L.O.C.T.M),and his organization is in cahoots with VG10.500Nitro wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 11:19 amThat answers it, they chose Venus because it easier to harden the steel with those temperatures.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 8:25 amSpyderwolf You've been listening to "Coast To Coast AM" radio show too much While I was in the hospital for 3 days back in May I think I actually heard a show with someone saying they were a representative from the planet VENUS But it must be one strange dude because I've heard that the surface temperatures on VENUS can be as high as 800 degrees F No wonder NASA is choosing to go to Mars insteadspyderwolf wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 8:15 amOf course.It's a conspiracy,and VG10 stands for Venus Government,a top secret organization, based on Venus,who is controlling all cutting tools on Earth.It's composed of 10 members,who are imortals,and breathe cobalt vapors,this is way their ultimate goal is to change Earth's atmosphere,so they can colonize our planet.
Oh yes, forgot about that.
like Salt, Water, Oxygen or maaaany other things
but having an atmosphere full of Sulfuric Acid, I guess their steel would be in troublespyderwolf wrote:
Sure,and with one of their days lasting 243 Earth days they need good edge retention,too.By the way,Cobalt is actually the leader of an elite group of elements known as the League of Criminal Transition Metals (L.O.C.T.M),and his organization is in cahoots with VG10.
Thank you, Doc. 100 percent correct. Yes.Doc Dan wrote: ↑Sun Nov 18, 2018 9:44 amLet's not be hard on SEF. There was an 'expert' on this very forum this year telling us all that in outer space VG10 would become deadly. Sal even engaged him in the discussion, as did many of you. I think what he had to say was a load of barnyard manure, country third bases, and meadow muffins. Still, I think that is where SEF is coming from, trying to get some better answers than the 'expert' gave.
He's also polite, courteous and good natured.
Agreed.Bloke wrote: ↑Sun Nov 18, 2018 7:15 pmHe's also polite, courteous and good natured.
I've not known him to be judgemental of anyone. So I pose the question; Who are we to judge him or anyone?
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