On Wed, 25 Aug 1999 09:05:22 -0700 (PDT) Terry Donaghe
> Let's suppose, for just a moment, that the miser mixes his $100 bills
> in a solution of water and dough and proceeds to "paste" them all
> himself, creating a sort of paper mache effect. Then, let's also
> suppose that when the men in the white coats come to take him away,
> that he jumps into a pool of his own molten gold.
> Just suppose....
> Who would want gold polluted with dead miser body parts??
> Terry Donaghe:
In that case, the dough, the money, and the miser parts would end up floating as a smoking scum on the top of the molten gold, and would mostly burn away. The heavier elements would oxidize and continue to float as a slag, which could be easily removed with a refractory skimming tool.
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