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    Is there a way to recognize gear by their color,like my first batch of test was light brown, my first tren A is almost yellow!Or at the end it just depend on the way it's been made! Because i got a new batch of gear and tren A,test cyp and test prop looks pretty translucid!
    Sorry for being as curious as a 6 yrs old child!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredlabrute View Post
    Is there a way to recognize gear by their color,like my first batch of test was light brown, my first tren A is almost yellow!Or at the end it just depend on the way it's been made! Because i got a new batch of gear and tren A,test cyp and test prop looks pretty translucid!
    Sorry for being as curious as a 6 yrs old child!
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    Thats a very legit question. And there's a really simple answer for that. Carrier solution or in a word OILS ! Most of the lighter colored oils closer to translucid are MOST times (not a rule ) thinner. Therefore when compound is added if the product is pure there is very lil change in color which would explain the light brown or yellowish look. Heavy oils tend to be a lil darker ( due to fatty acid content) and in turn will make a finished product appear darker as well. Most companies use CHEAP ASS OILS which is why there is a lot of inconsistantcy in color. When they purchase drums of oils they are interested in cost not quality. Also there are several grades of any oil. Compound will effect color a very lil bit, but if it effects it that much you've got a problem in purity.Deca, Tren,and EQ ( because it's normally liquid and not powder when you get Raw material.) Tend to change to a darker color in any oil.

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    But is it possible for tren A to be as clear as water?I don't know for sure because it is in a dark brown bottle,when i'll switch it in a vial will be able to tell you guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredlabrute View Post
    But is it possible for tren A to be as clear as water?I don't know for sure because it is in a dark brown bottle,when i'll switch it in a vial will be able to tell you guys!
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    Can't say that I've seen just crystal clear tren of any ester. Also you may wanna be chill bout change bottles everytime you go in and out of a bottle you risk introducing foreign elements. It's best to leave it in the vial it came in unless you have the equipment to sterilize your stuff ( UV lamps will work). You can see what you have once in the syringe. I just always believe in play'n it safe. Infection is not even something you wanna chance when you don't really have to. Most times you see something in a brown or cobalt blue bottle it's to protect the product from light, Or they just ran outta clear ones. LOL

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    did not know that why would you want to protect it from light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimprn View Post
    did not know that why would you want to protect it from light?
    Bacteria can also grow in oils.

    How does light affect the way bacteria grows?

    Few bacteria actually require light for growth. Pathogenic
    bacteria, (Those that cause disease in humans, animals and plants) do
    not require light to survive, but can be destroyed by UV light. (More
    further down in the answer) Photosynthetic bacteria are comprised of
    green and purple bacteria, and use light to photosynthesize their
    food. This type of organism lives in the environment, primarily water.




    ?The most common environmental conditions that a microbiologist
    considers are temperature, pH, oxygen, light, salt/sugar concentration
    and special nutrients. Each bacteria has an optimum range of these
    conditions within which it grows at a maximum rate.?
    http://www.slic2.wsu.edu:82/hurlbert...ml#Environment


    ?Energy source:
    Phototrophs (def) use radiant energy (light) as their primary energy source.
    Combining their nutritional patterns, all organisms in nature can be
    placed into one of four separate groups: photoautotrophs,
    photoheterotrophs, chemoautotrophs, and chemoheterotrophs.

    1. Photoautotrophs (def) use light as an energy source and carbon
    dioxide as their main carbon source. They include photosynthetic
    bacteria (green sulfur bacteria, purple sulfur bacteria, and
    cyanobacteria), algae, and green plants. Photoautotrophs transform
    carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates and oxygen gas through
    photosynthesis (def).
    Cyanobacteria, as well as algae and green plants, use hydrogen atoms
    from water to reduce carbon dioxide to form carbohydrates, and during
    this process oxygen gas is given off (an oxygenic process). Other
    photosynthetic bacteria (the green sulfur bacteria and purple sulfur
    bacteria) carry out an anoxygenic process, using sulfur, sulfur
    compounds or hydrogen gas to reduce carbon dioxide and form organic
    compounds.

    2. Photoheterotrophs (def) use light as an energy source but cannot
    convert carbon dioxide into energy. Instead they use organic compounds
    (def) as a carbon source. They include the green nonsulfur bacteria
    and the purple nonsulfur bacteria.
    http://www.cat.cc.md.us/courses/bio1...h/factors.html



    ?PHOTOTROPHS. Traditionally, these organisms are thought of as
    being autotrophs and lithotrophs, taking in carbon dioxide and
    generating reducing power by the oxidation of water with the release
    of oxygen. The classic "photosynthetic equation" we grew up with and
    applied to trees and other plants is based on this. In place of water,
    the purple and green sulfur bacteria substitute hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
    or hydrogen (H2). In Bacteriology 102, we study the purple non-sulfur
    bacteria, all of which are heterotrophs and organotrophs ? obtaining
    carbon and reducing power at the expense of organic compounds.
    (Autotrophic/lithotrophic growth similar to that of the purple sulfur
    bacteria is an alternative for some bacteria in this group.) For
    phototrophs in general, ATP is generated by photophosphorylation.?
    Nutrition and Cultivation of Bacteria - Page 1


    The definition of bacteria that need light for survival :

    ?Bacteria that derive energy from light by the process of
    photosynthesis. See also Oxyphotobacteria.
    http://www.ndif.org/Terms/Photobacteria.html

    ?These organisms are of the greatest biological interest because
    they do not perform plant photosynthesis, which is otherwise the
    universal mechanism of photosynthesis in the living world from
    blue-green algae to higher plants.
    The photosynthesis of these bacteria is never accompanied by oxygen
    production. Furthermore, the photosynthetic bacteria never contain
    chlorophyll a that is widely associated with plant photosynthesis.
    Instead each group of this bacteria contains its own characteristic
    type of chlorophyll.?
    http://www.ftns.wau.nl/prock/Researc...tobacteria.htm



    The equation for photosynthesis of these bacteria:
    --------------------------------------------------
    The preceding equation can be made more general by substituting "A"
    for the oxygen ("O") in the source of reducing power when it is
    realized that compounds other than water can serve in that capacity
    for certain other types of organisms:
    CO2 + 2H2A = CH2O + H2O + 2A
    For the purple and green sulfur bacteria, hydrogen sulfide is
    utilized, and the equation is given thus:
    CO2 + 2H2S = CH2O + H2O + 2S

    Bacteriology 102 - Purple Non-Sulfur Photosynthetic Bacteria




    How photosynthetic bacteria evolved:
    ?Years 2.1 to 2.6 Billion:

    Some of the oxygen produced by photosynthetic bacteria was
    absorbed (oxidized) by iron dissolved in Earth's oceans.

    This produced an ancient rain of minute, 'rusty' particles to
    accumulate on the bed of the ancient ocean floors that is found today
    as bands of haematite in rock.
    As molecular oxygen became abundant, a fraction underwent
    continuous conversion into a tri-atomic form known as ozone (O3). The
    ozone rose to form a layer in Earth's atmosphere which helps to
    protect the planet's carbon-based life forms moving onto the land from
    damage by the Sun 's ultraviolet radiation.

    As photosynthetic bacteria prospered and spread, and higher forms
    (the 'eukaryotes')developed, the concentration of oxygen in air and
    water became abundant.

    Free oxygen began to build up around the middle of the Proterozoic
    Period -- around 1.8 billion years ago -- and made way for the
    emergence of life as we know it today. This event created conditions
    that were toxic for most organisms present and thus made way for the
    more oxygen dependent life forms to flourish and take over.

    This heralded the start of the Cambrian Period began, about 550
    million years ago. During this period, life "exploded," developing
    almost all of the major groups of plants and animals in a relatively
    short time.?
    Water: The Hub of Life



    List of photosynthetic bacteria and a few short videos can be found here:
    http://www-micro.msb.le.ac.uk/video/photosynthesis.html

    ?The abundance of life on Earth is almost entirely due to
    biological photosynthesis, which depends on light energy. The source
    of light in natural habitats has heretofore been thought to be the
    sun, thus restricting photosynthesis to solar photic environments on
    the surface of the Earth. If photosynthesis could take place in
    geothermally illuminated environments, it would increase the diversity
    of photosynthetic habitats both on Earth and on other worlds that have
    been proposed to possibly harbor life. Green sulfur bacteria are
    anaerobes that require light for growth by the oxidation of sulfur
    compounds to reduce CO2 to organic carbon, and are capable of
    photosynthetic growth at extremely low light intensities. We describe
    the isolation and cultivation of a previously unknown green sulfur
    bacterial species from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent, where the only
    source of light is geothermal radiation that includes wavelengths
    absorbed by photosynthetic pigments of this organism.?
    An obligately photosynthetic bacterial anaerobe from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent — PNAS



    ?Three decades ago, research on the biological effects of
    ultraviolet light was stimulated by suggestions that supersonic
    transport aircraft might destroy the ozone layer. The discovery of the
    Antarctic ozone hole, however, was the real wake-up call. Many
    scientists warned that increased UV-B levels were not only a threat to
    species but might also disrupt ecosystems. One report on phytoplankton
    (algae and other drifting plant life) in Antarctic waters showed a 6
    to 12 percent decrease in their productivity--that is, conversion of
    energy into biological mass through photosynthesis. This boded ill,
    because phytoplankton are considered the base of the marine food web,
    ultimately supporting such high-level consumers as fish, squid, and
    whales.?
    FEELING the BURN | Natural History | Find Articles at BNET


    ?CULLEN: "A concern that exists and remains is that some species of
    phytoplankton might be affected more by UV radiation than others and
    the potential exists that increased UV from ozone depletion might
    alter species composition of phytoplankton in the Antarctic. Going up
    the food chain there is a certain amount of research that's been done
    looking at the effects of other organisms in the ocean, including the
    bacteria that process food in the ocean, that help to recycle food,
    and also the larval stages of fish and eggs. We know that UV radiation
    affects the DNA of these organisms and can interfere with their
    reproduction and survival."?
    Alaska Sea Grant ASJ Ozone Holes Discovered Over the Arctic





    UV light as a disinfectant:

    ?The ultraviolet component of sunlight is the main reason microbes die
    in the outdoor air. The die-off rate in the outdoors varies from one
    pathogen to another, but can be anywhere from a few seconds to a few
    minutes for a 90-99% kill of viruses or contagious bacteria. Spores,
    and some environmental bacteria, tend to be resistant and can survive
    much longer exposures. UVGI systems typically use much more
    concentrated levels of ultraviolet energy than are found in sunlight.?
    Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering


    ?Ultraviolet radiation in the range 225?302 nm is lethal to
    microorganisms and is referred to as ultraviolet germicidal
    irradiation (UVGI).?

    ?The rate constant defines the sensitivity of a microorganism to UV
    exposure and is unique to each microbial species. Most published test
    results provide an overall rate constant that applies only at the test
    intensity.?

    Page 3 lists the rate necessary for certain types of organisms.
    http://www.engr.psu.edu/ae/iec/abe/p...h_modeling.pdf



    Escherichia coli (E. coli) and Serratia marcescens were the bacteria
    used in a study of the effects of light on organisms. Exposure to UV
    light destroyed some bacteria:

    ?After incubation, bacteria on the side not exposed to ultraviolet
    light (the shielded side) were observed to have grown into distinct,
    visible colonies. None of the bacteria exposed to ultraviolet light
    for two, five, or 30 minutes at 254 nm survived.

    When the experiment was repeated, bacteria mortality was approximately
    40-75% for Serratia marcescens exposed to ultraviolet light (at 254
    nm) for 15 seconds and about 75-90% bacteria mortality for the 30
    second exposure. One minute of exposure time to ultraviolet light
    resulted in 95-99% bacteria mortality.

    Therefore, complete mortality for Serratia marcescens is probably a
    little longer than one minute, but less than two minutes.

    Conclusions/Discussion
    Ultraviolet light exposure for short time periods, such as two or five
    minutes, was not expected to completely destroy the bacteria.
    Similarly, it was not expected that bacteria exposed to ultraviolet
    light (254 nm) for one minute would result in almost complete
    mortality. Surprisingly, very low exposure times, such as 15 and 30
    seconds resulted in at least 40% bacteria mortality and bacteria
    exposed to 254 nm for one minute resulted in at least 95% mortality.?
    http://www.usc.edu/CSSF/History/2004/Projects/J1303.pdf



    ?Question - Why are some bacteria more resistant to UV light? What
    kind of specific experiments would determine uv resistantance?
    -----------------
    UV light can cause "spelling errors" in the DNA. Many organisms have
    DNA repair mechanisms that help correct these errors. Think of it as
    kind of a molecular "spell check." Some bacteria have these spell
    checker and some don't. You and I also have these repair mechanisms.
    There are some people who don't have the ability to repair these
    mistakes and they are much more susceptible to cancer than someone
    with normal repair mechanisms. You can use a UV lamp to shine light on
    different kinds of bacteria for varying amounts of time to determine
    how resistant they are. Be very careful when using UV light however,
    it can damage your skin and eyes. Make sure you have an adult help
    you.?
    Bacteria and UV


    ?Ultraviolet triggers the formation of peptide bonds between certain
    amino acids in the pathogens' DNA molecules, which robs them of the
    ability to reproduce and renders them harmless. As a result, UV is
    known to be an effective disinfectant due to its strong germicidal
    ability. UV light rays strike and destroy viruses, bacteria, fungi,
    and pollen along with other microorganisms.?
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    ?These studies have shown that pulsed light emissions can
    significantly reduce populations of E. coli 0157:H7 and L.
    monocytogenes on exposed surfaces with exposure times which are 4-6
    orders of magnitude lower than those required using continuous u.v.
    light sources.?
    Light inactivation of food-related pathogenic bact... [Lett Appl Microbiol. 1998] - PubMed result

    ?Shortwave UV light can kill bacteria, irritate human eyes, and cause
    a strong sunburn effect on skin (Wain, 1965). Shortwave UV light is
    harmful to humans and all living things because it has the power to
    change DNA. The energy in UV light, which is absorbed by DNA, can
    actually break bonds in DNA?
    http://www.geocities.com/tiffywiffyuva/Introduc.htm

    ?Water is passed through a disinfecting chamber containing a quartz
    mercury lamp that emits ultraviolet light rays. The ultraviolet
    irradiation kills or inactivates microorganisms almost instantly.

    Ultraviolet light is a very effective disinfectant. However,
    disinfection only occurs inside the unit. No residual disinfectant is
    retained in the water to continue to kill bacteria that may be
    introduced into the water after it is disinfected.

    The major differences in UV units are the capacity and optional
    features. Some units are equipped with UV detectors to warn the user
    when the unit is dirty or the light source is failing. These detectors
    must be properly calibrated and should not take the place of annual
    light source replacement and regular cleaning.?
    Bacteria in Drinking Water, Bulletin 795 - Ultraviolet

    Amount of light required to kill some organisms
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredlabrute View Post
    I was fucking robbed!!!
    Why do you think that ?

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    I present you with the gift of my PAIN as I rain down punch after kick after knee after elbow over and over and over again bring excitment to tha very fiber of my DNA, as my ears records tha sounds of bones snap'n and lungs collapse'n ,organs being SLOWLY turned into a very special jelly to tease my taste buds at tha very thought of tha smell of blood that will change tha color of his eyes from white to that glossy delicious deep intestinal red color. This and more I claim from each victim or new toy as I have come to think of them lately.I feel tha power of tha Voodoo all my Jamaican and Zulu forefathers died to keep secret and pass into me. This is my birthright, my gift if you will. I am tha VooDoo child, tha dream and tha nightmare, Tha villian and tha hero,tha bringer and tha destroyer.I am tha unwalkable road,I am tha unswimable ocean, tha unclimbable mountain, tha storm that there is no shelter to protect you from, I am tha final thought. You ask why am I like this...................... Because violence keeps me calm MUTHAFUCKA !!!!! I am tha muthafuck'n Serial Killa and I can smell your blood from here,Too hard for your Momma, Too hip for your Daddy Fuck Milk, Got TREN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I did try to draw stuff from the bottle with a syringe to put it in sterile vials i have,it was a thick bubbly substance that could be anything except roids!!!A-Stealth.com motherfuc........
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredlabrute View Post
    i did try to draw stuff from the bottle with a syringe to put it in sterile vials i have,it was a thick bubbly substance that could be anything except roids!!!a-stealth.com motherfuc........
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    I present you with the gift of my PAIN as I rain down punch after kick after knee after elbow over and over and over again bring excitment to tha very fiber of my DNA, as my ears records tha sounds of bones snap'n and lungs collapse'n ,organs being SLOWLY turned into a very special jelly to tease my taste buds at tha very thought of tha smell of blood that will change tha color of his eyes from white to that glossy delicious deep intestinal red color. This and more I claim from each victim or new toy as I have come to think of them lately.I feel tha power of tha Voodoo all my Jamaican and Zulu forefathers died to keep secret and pass into me. This is my birthright, my gift if you will. I am tha VooDoo child, tha dream and tha nightmare, Tha villian and tha hero,tha bringer and tha destroyer.I am tha unwalkable road,I am tha unswimable ocean, tha unclimbable mountain, tha storm that there is no shelter to protect you from, I am tha final thought. You ask why am I like this...................... Because violence keeps me calm MUTHAFUCKA !!!!! I am tha muthafuck'n Serial Killa and I can smell your blood from here,Too hard for your Momma, Too hip for your Daddy Fuck Milk, Got TREN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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