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International Thermodynamics


International Thermodynamics

The picture is taken from the prestigious scientific journal “International Thermodynamics” and describes the results of an experiment I conducted successfully. You take a medium sized glass and a perforated canister you can put matter particles in, a sort of a heat resistant strainer. You use a metal spoon to collect dry and clean samples of several non poisonous dried plants and put them carefully inside the strainer. You put the strainer over the glass, get a quarter liter water tap to a boiling point and pour the water in at a measured pace. You put the concoction to rest in a sheltered corner for ten minutes at the end of which you lift the strainer and let the water that were absorbed in the infusion drip and be added into the affected water that lies underneath. In the Appendix to the article that appears in the non printed version I suggest to call the result “Tea” (as a reference to the popular drink known as “Tea”).


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