Thermite

According to Merriam-Webster, Thermite is "a mixture of aluminum powder and a metal oxide (as iron oxide) that when ignited evolves a great deal of heat and is used in welding and in incendiary bombs."

It's not really something you see kids playing with -- but lo and behold, the engg gang are a sure exception.

We burned a hole right through a piece of what Topher thought was either steel or aluminium. And we have evidence.



















7 comments:

Queen Anne said...

WHY is it on his hand?! WHY was I not involved? =[

Sarshake said...

I agree with Toni - why was I not involved?

Topher said...

because you were both too busy


"Oh I can't Ive got to work"

That is your punishment for not coming to Annie's concert

Janelle said...

Like Chris said, it was right before Annie's concert. YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE!

Sarshake said...

Oh if it was before Annie's concert than I'm fine with that :p i got a dinner with the family [and had a job trial but we will ignore that bit]
Nice dinner :)

Queen Anne said...

Why didn't you take it to my work? I was closing... I was in charge. I know the blind spots for all the cameras. The grocery guys would have been cool with things burning.

Janelle said...

That would be ... interesting. :P

The bangs were pretty big. Reckon they'd mind having holes in the linoleum or whatever the floor's made out of?