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  •  I don't think that the salts would have to melt (1+ / 0-)
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    I just presume that the bottom of the "pot" would get brinier over time.

    I agree that we don't want kelp in there.  The notion that these might not require using up fresh water is potentially interesting to me.  Anyway, it's a small point.

    In my avatar, the blue bars show how many want Reps who COMPROMISE; the aqua bars show who wants Reps who STAND FAST no matter what. (Left=Overall; Center=Democrats; Right=Republicans.) And there's the problem!

    by Seneca Doane on Fri Aug 19, 2011 at 01:42:07 PM PDT

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