On Mon, 20 Oct 2003 15:02:09 +0100, John Laird
My education develops in leaps and bounds on this forum. Something
else I didn't know!
Good job there's no minimum qualification for joining in here
otherwise I'd be left standing at the door to this university of life.
For what it's worth, you'll almost certainly never come across pure methane
other than in a chemical works or a lab. Everywhere it is commonly found,
usually from, err, natural sources, odorants are present. Typically, they
are sulphurous compounds and exhibit the same "bad-egg" smell. So, no shame
Hmm, I think you'll find most folks here might suggest a minimum
qualification involves a hammer or saw, an ostensibly sensible intent, a
stupid conclusion, blood or a flood, and copious Anglo-Saxon invective...
Would the tank hold the weight of doing the work you intend over the top ?
Are you taking the electric of the tank ? This does not sound like a good idea.
You have to have the tank pumed at times, would you still have access to the
tank for this ?
I would not consider doing this to my tank. I have landscaped my tank into the
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