Dan Tilque <email@example.com>: Dec 04 01:44AM -0800
Mark Brader wrote: > a term still misleadingly applied to it today. Its current and > correct name was coined in 1789 and comes from the Greek word > that describes its primary use. What is this mineral called?
> including calcium carbonate, mica and titanium -- all held > together by a silica sludge. Artificial sweeteners are added > to make it more appealing. Name the product.
> and selenite. It's used in a range of products but, by far, > it's most commonly found in a widely used building material. > What is this mineral?
> fire-resistant with excellent sound absorption properties, > all of which made it great for use in the home -- if you could > put up with the lung cancer and mesothelioma. What is it?
> products more appealing -- from paper to plastic to sunscreen. > Over a century ago, it was introduced as a non-toxic alternative > to lead in what common renovation product?
> is in the production of specialty paper. Besides reducing ink > absorption for a cleaner print, what quality does it impart > to paper?
> 7. Halite is a common mineral. After it's mined and processed, > we can pick it up at the local supermarket or hardware store > under what name?
> of 0.91, and a hexagonal crystal system. Natural sources of > this mineral are shrinking, but you can still buy a bag of it > for a couple of dollars at a supermarket. What is it?
> in drills and missile warheads. We like it because it's used > in the manufacture of light-bulb filaments and the ball of a > ballpoint pen. What is it?
> 10. In making stainless steel, what is the principal element that > is alloyed with the iron?
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> (Or if you like, you can see the 12 paintings individually in higher > resolution -- than we got in the original game -- by replacing "art" > in the above URL successively with "A", "B", etc. up to "L".)