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    • Just give me TC
      orangeE30 30 may
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    • Petition to put this in pools
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    • None of this is true. PFC liquids can deliver oxygen your lungs, but it can't be breathed, it works though a system of pumps in a complex procedure. I have no idea what crackhead made this all up or why nobody fact checked this.
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    • I’ve heard it can’t be done much on humans though. Said the weight of the fluid can collapse the lungs. Rip to my dreams of this in a pool
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    • Scientist: "Hey look we found this cool liquid you can breathe." Agent: "I'll tAke YOur eNTiRe stOck!" Scientist: "why?" Agent: "Uhhhhaurouraborealis?"
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    • Is literally no one gonna talk about how unbelievably scary this shit is
      Yahboi430 31 may
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    • You could also breath normally in water, but after a while you'd stop
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    • This is just called living in Houston Texas
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    • Ok so it is real but humans can only withstand a few minutes at a time because it is very exhausting on the humans lungs like so other humans will see
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    • "YOu AlL nEed TO kNoW tHiS." When tf are the majority of us gonna need this info?
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    • opens black box, "youre finally awake"
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    • Imagine how weird breathing that shit would be though
      BigPeter 30 may
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    • I'm guessing you guys have never seen Abyss.
      LewdEmma 30 may
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    • What if they used this liquid on the inside of submarines to counteract the pressure on the outside so they can go even deeper into the ocean than ever before.
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    • Also used for SUPER premature babies. Like so premature that air will shred their lungs premature
      luinkman 30 may
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    • reminds me of liquigen from that book dark life. it allows the people who live on the sea floor to still breath without the need for oxygen tanks cause the tanks would crush under the pressure. look up the book it’s good
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    • Yall, just make a water breathing potion duh.
      DMZILLA 30 may
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    • They also use it for deep sea diving, like really frikin deep so the water pressure don’t kill you
      DealWidIt 30 may
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    • I’m too high for this, I’m freaking out now
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    • Can it be injected in an IV for people with copd and other lung problems like cystic fibrosis and athsma? Would it be a feasible solution? Many questions, this is ground breaking if true
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    • fake as fuck, If you breathe it, you’ll do fine alright, but once you’re pulled out you die, its not used for torture nor people use it regularly, there’s some medical applications that are mostly experimental however
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    • Imagine being water boarded and thinking you are able to breathe under water. Escaping the torture and then trying to prove it to everyone by drowning yourself and you actually die.
      COPPERHED 30 may
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    • Yo i just stapled a lobster to the fucking ceiling
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    • Carrying this stuff in your lungs (while not fully submerged in inquid) is very painful. The gravity pulls down the liquid and your lungs. Your lungs have never held anything heavier that an ounce or 2 of mucous. So imagine the weight of fully filled liquid lungs?
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    • No this is not used in “modern torture” it costs 2000k plus for 5ML of the shit. No way the government is gonna shell out that kinda money just to learn what some Jihad fuck knows when water can accomplish just as much if not more.
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    • Damn. I just wanted to be a mermaid
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    • iwan 1 jun
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    • Kinda makes me want to experience that
      Guav123 31 may
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    • Has noone else seen the movie The Abyss (1989). This liquid is a core element in the plot of the movie.
      slyder2k8 31 may
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    • Is safely the right word to use? Is any liquid in your lungs ever safe?
      Kumquat_ 31 may
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    • Knowing this, if I ever get water boarded in a dark room, and the people happen to not be using this chemical, I’d just breathe in the water like a fucking idiot and actually die.
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    • There’s a 0% chance it’s used for torture, and the Real-Life applications are few and far between to say the least. Tumblr is for honest losers.
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    • Gonna have to see this from a reliable source before I believe it
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    • Drug dealer : *kidnaps me* now for you owing me money I will drown you!!! Me : maybe it's like that fact I learned on iFunny!!! *Starts to inhale and drown*
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    • Human lungs arent strong enough to maintain breathing this fluid for more than a few minutes and I dont know how satisfied I would feel afterwards when it comes to getting all that liquid out of your lungs. That's how pneumonia happens
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    • This was in the movie The Abyss
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    • Its used in a movie called 'The abyss'?
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    • Perfluorocarbons are a broad category of chemicals, not a single chemical
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    • This is fake it's not actually breathable it just has alot of oxygen in it so drowning takes longer it's impossible to breathe any sort of liquid indefinitely and without harm because our lungs are not designed to take in liquid that's why shit like pneumonia exists
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    • I wanna try it, but I also don't wanna try it
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    • Anyone seen the movie “the abyss”
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    • How much to buy it in bulk?
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    • Literally the same shit the guy used at the end of The Abyss to meet up with the deep sea alien homies
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    • Here’s the recipe: 2 quarts water, 1 cup sugar, 1 packet Kool Aid (chefs choice flavor). Mix well and enjoy!
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    • The Abyss, anyone?
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    • This what Bikini Bottom is made of
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    • That’s practically the liquid pilots breathe in Neon Genesis Evangelion. We about to get biomechs boys
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    • Bruh we all saw that one movie we fucking know... What was it called? The abyss or something? It's kinda old but they did some shit like that so they could go deep into the water idfk
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    • Now do this as capital punishment towards rapists and such. They deserve the torment
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    • It’s used in the movie “the abyss”
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    • Also apparently you can't swim in it because of the unique oxygen structure. So if the ocean was filled with this, and you fell off of a boat, it'd be like skydiving no matter how hard you flapped your arms
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    • Aren’t lungs not supposed to take in fluid. Isn’t that like, a big reason as to why pneumonia can be deadly?
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    • Leave it to fucking humans to use such a cool fucking thing for torture
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    • It isnt used in torture, its just an edgy fuck trying to be quirky
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    • I did a little bit more research. Yup it’s completely true. However, humans can only breathe LiquiVent for a few minutes because the lungs struggle with the density.
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    • I need this so i can wash out my lungs i imagine they are dirty from all the dust in the air
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    • Any of you ever seen The Abyss?
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    • This is giving me a massive panic attack just reading about it.
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    • They should say something like "you're in hell. Any last confessions (to save your life)?"
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    • They need to replace the water in swimming pools with this stuff just to prevent drowning while swimming...
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    • The stuff from "the abyss"
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    • I think the real question here should be how many people died before they got the chemical formula right
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    • They have this idea in the movie “The Abyss”. The liquid is pink in that situation though.
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    • FACT: anytime someone on tumblr puts the word “fact” in front of something, it is automatically true
      Josh9494 31 may
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    • Where can I get enough of this stuff to submerge myself in it?
      RiFun 31 may
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    • They had this shit in The Abyss
      Ghost4815 30 may
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    • Its fucking LCL fluid
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    • This is one of those things that can be used for great good or great evil. Truly a scientific dilema.
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    • Can’t actually breath it because the lungs get tired too fast due to the increased weight of the liquid
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    • “The abyss” anyone
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    • This was used in the movie- The Abyss in the 1980’s
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    • Is it real? Reminds me of the movie Abyss
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    • That’s cool cause refrigerant is chlorofluorocarbons or fluorocarbon for ones with the chlorine atom in it. But yet refrigerants cannot he inhaled it displaces oxygen and you pass out.
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    • There was something like this in the movie the abyss about 20 years ago
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    • ...wasnt that the pink stuff from The Abyss? They used the liquid to deep sea dive without worrying about their lungs popping from the pressure.
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    • Now that is what I want my tax dollars going to. Until genocide becomes the norm torture is the best place I can imagine my money going to
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    • Did this make anyone else feel like they couldn't breathe reading it?
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    • Nigga just use a water breathing potion smh
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    • Shit is $2k for 15mL how am I gonna swim in it?
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    • I want a pool of it
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    • They didn’t mention that breathing it is like trying to breathe when you have Rosie O’Donnell sitting on your lungs while she’s eating her 20big macs
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    • Unpopular opinion: I don’t like cringe culture because it encourages people to never try new things out of fear of being publicly shamed. Also traps are gay
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    • I low key kinda wanna try it
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    • Its not ready for humans yet tho, one dude tried it out during scientific testing and he got Pneumonia and thats as far as I cared to search. Basically so far it's only animals who can do it (or be forced to do it)
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    • Humans: can't breathe water and doesn't need to. Also humans: but I wanna
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    • Great, Thanks for the fucking nightmares. Also wasn't there some shitty 80's B film where the protagonists had to use liquid oxygen while diving so his lungs didn't implode because of the depth?
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    • I’m pretty sure inhaling any kind of liquid into your lungs is asking for a lot of fucked up issues. Just because oxygen can permeate from liquid through the alveoli doesn’t mean it’s not wrecking havoc on other processes. The viscosity alone has to be enough to irritate the linings.
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    • “Feels like being birthed” because in the womb you’re literally breathing amniotic fluid and during/after birth your lungs have to adjust from the fluid you were just breathing to air (this is only a guess)
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    • That’s ummm, fucking terrifying
      _Yuri 30 may
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    • Does the transition actually damage anything or is it just painful?
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    • Sounds painful but I still wanna try
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    • The person that posted the “FACT:” thing probably has zero fucking clue and were just rambling off some shit they read somewhere. I’m no expert, but i feel like if there actually was a torture method like this, no joe-shmoe is gonna know anything about it. They definitely just waterboard the fuckers
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    • What if we kissed 😳 in the perfluocarbon torture chamber?
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    • Lifeguards hate him. Find out this man secret to drowning but surviving
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    • OH SHIT A RAT!!
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    • THE ABYSS!!!! Ed Harris! I'm coming!
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