Will's 300g Re-Do

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Wlachnit, Apr 16, 2017.

  1. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member


    $6000 a coin I see why.


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  2. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Yeah but why it got to that level is beyond me. For me it makes stock fluctuations based on speculation and panic of buyers seem sane compared to this.
     
  3. euod

    euod Supporting Member

    How long did you have lineatus and rhomboid before their passing?
     
  4. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member


    Lots of underground stuff on this reason why it sky rocketed.


    Dirty money. Walking across boarders with 100k-1million without setting off the authorities and reporting is my guess.

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  5. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    Yes, Bitcoin is highly highly volatile.
     
  6. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    They both jumped....and yes I have my tank covered. Just need to be more careful when I slide the the screen covers around. I probably had them 6-9 mos. And i still have my Linneatus...I meant to say Laboutei.
     
  7. tankguy

    tankguy Vice President

    Always room for one more wrasse
     
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  8. F6553066

    F6553066 Guest

    I don't understand it either,but my son and a friend are miners and have a whole array of computer equipment.

    Dick Flanagan
     
  9. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    Yes, always room for one more.....and if anyone comes across a Laboutei or Rhomboid, let me know.
     
  10. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    I received my ICP-OES test results back. Of the major elements, only Flourine was low. And, Iodine was the only trace element that was low. We'll see if Red Sea Colors dosing can fix some of this. NO3, PO4, Alk, Ca, were similar to my test kit readings.

    Interestingly, Aluminum is almost 0.1ppm...ouch! This could be from a couple of small magnets that were in the tank that I pulled out a couple weeks ago. I know that some of the salt mixes have had aluminum in the past. Does anyone know if Fritz RPM has any aluminum in it?
     
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  11. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member

    Do you have any marine pure? I have aluminum is 0.10 and natural sea water is 0.08. I don't think it's that bad actually.


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  12. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    I don’t think magnets have aluminum in them.
     
  13. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    yeah...good point. Its probably mostly iron, nickel, chromium, boron.
     
  14. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    Ahh....good point. Forgot that I have those in my tank. I suppose its possible that they are leaching aluminum...but since they're made from aluminum oxide, probably won't leach.
     
  15. JVU

    JVU Supporting Member

    It’s well-known that tanks with MarinePure often also show elevated levels of Aluminum on ICP testing. The significance of this is unknown and hotly disputed. If you want to see a lot of arguing, google it.

    My take-away is that it is most likely detecting non-reactive forms of bound aluminum, with little if any of the reactive forms that can be toxic. Since the ICP technique breaks down everything to component atoms, you can’t tell what form they were in in your tank.


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  16. rygh

    rygh Supporting Member

    I would not worry so much about your Aluminum.

    Those tests have significant error, and funny ... they do not state what it is at all, let alone per element.
    Range I have read can be 1% to 20% depending on element and equipment.

    Seeing that my Arsenic was NEGATIVE 0.1, there is clearly substantial error.

    So basically : your 0.1 is pretty close to normal sea water, and may or may not be within the error range.
    So no worries.
     
  17. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit Supporting Member

    Sure, but it's presumably a soluble ion if it is in the water sample. Al2O3...not very soluble.
     

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