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The clear’ was THG dissolved in the same stuff that’s used for that nontoxic antifreeze.
The pumps use the relatively stable temperature of the Earth below the frost line to pull up and push down heat using pipes filled with a water/antifreeze solution (or food-grade propylene glycol, in Dandelion's case).
Terry Long Former Steelers lineman Terry Long killed himself by drinking antifreeze at age 45 in June 2005.
Ethylene oxide is a flammable, colorless gas, a byproduct of consumer products such as antifreeze.
Oil, gasoline, antifreeze, brake fluid and other liquids could have water in them that could cause damage if not replaced.
Run special antifreeze through the engine. Band and shrink wrap it.
Bloomberg recently reported on a molten salt energy storage scheme from Alphabet's X lab, which would use cheap electricity to heat up molten salt and cool antifreeze.
Prosecutors presented evidence of searches on Jensen's computer about antifreeze and suicide and the inmate claims.
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