100 thoughts on “Where Did I Get My Mercury?

  1. My video would stop by the time he wanted to enter the mine.
    No way i'm entering that place, that's how horror movies start.

  2. Sir don't they stop you from going in there, like without permit?? It is difficult here to get that level of access

  3. Love to play with mercury, in jr.High school in the 7th and 8th grade we would take it from the science class it was fun the way it moved and go apart then go back together. Now days they act so paranoid about it just like most things. Of course use common sense which most don't have.

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  5. Burning rocks to get mercury vapor and then treating the rocks with arsenic, in the middle of the woods? Did they not have the EPA in the 80s?

  6. Interesting mine to have found and also very interesting listening to your deductions on what might have happened there.
    I have been slaking my own calcium carbonate and making lime putty mortars and plasters which I use in my work and just wish that I had studied geology in school because it's such an interesting subject.
    Where I live in the south-west of the UK we have a lot of old lime kilns where they would produce tons of quicklime for the building trade, we also had about 30 roof tile companies which exported their products all over the place and abroad, now there are none because most roof tiles are made from cement.
    Instead of making the quicklime it's more convenient to buy the quicklime from a suppliers as a finely crushed (kibbled) material like sand.
    By just adding water to the quicklime within a few minutes it bubbles and fizzles, creating massive, intense heat and from one tub of quicklime I can get back 2 tubs of lime putty which I make into the mortars and plasters that I use in my building work.
    Lime mortars use less much less energy to produce than cement mortars and the finished product on the wall absorbs carbon dioxide, and is great for better sound acoustics as well as having a warmer 'feel' to the inside of a room.

  7. No "MeToo" support-group for all these threes that certainly doesn't look like they had the time of their life… they been vapor-humped to Mercury and back.
    Come on' Cody sell your Mercury and use the funds to make a support group for all these sad threes.

  8. Bro shouldn't you not be touching any of that??? Couldn't there be mercury there since they used to mine there for it???

  9. Cody how old ru? I'm assuming your in your early 30s as u got the name Cody lol my names Kodey to just spelled different

  10. ………you could perhaps discuss amalgam one day..As you know it's a mix of these days tin , mercury , copper, silver and it once had cadmium which apparently made the best amalgam for teeth but not good for health long term..that is to say the health of the dentist.Highest suicide rate of any profession is among dentists. I know that lead for example causes mental health problems due to neurological effects.
    .. I'll need to obtain mercury again one day . With it i used to grow long crystals of silver….
    …..of course another thing that mercury is excellent for is softening soldered joints to facilitate removal of multipin chips. This does require one to be meticulous however and scoop up all the newly formed amalgam as it's now rechristened and retain it from

  11. You took safely handling of mercury day as a smoke weed day. Grandpa should be proud of you. My grandfather was part of a mercury removal of a few hospitals as so was I, you definitely don't think with your entire brain……I guess we learned about cleaning a toilet in part two or did we just toss that toilet or install in a public water system……you take dumbass to new heights.

  12. Great video Cody! I must ask, would you be interested in recreating that vessel to demonstrate how well it worked?

  13. yeah i got my mercury at this one hole. the man in it was like "hey you want some mercury?"

  14. okay, that was fun. Find a uranium mine next!

    Why on earth would you flush mercury down a toilet? You should've saved it and someday made a UFO flying saucer or some kind of innovative prototype engine or transmission mechanism with it.

  15. Hey cody I have a question how in God's name do you just touch mercury with bare hands? It is so dangerous is what everyone says but what is your actual thinking about the danger

  16. Just like Lead , Mercury is only a danger in the minds of Man. IGNORANT Man. Brain Washed by Other IGNORANT Men seeking power.

  17. better way collect mercury after melting is you make a hopper that has 4mm holes on the bottom and under holes go pipe to moul so you dont need collect bad stuff whit hand

  18. I know you probably won't read this soo long after your vid, but how do you safely store mercury? I've heard about all kinds of chem leaks and i know most places don't allow mercury thermostats anymore but no one says Put it in this kind of container. Most places say take it to poison control.

  19. i don't know why this seem so interesting to me…. perhaps you would make an excellent investigator and documentary presenter

  20. I saw a video once where this guy takes a cannonball sized solid ball of lead and drops it into a vat of liquid mercury. The ball floats…..Crazy.

  21. "Where did I get my mercury?"

    Well that's an interesting story for me. I was metal detecting in the Sierras near an old hydraulic mine and I located a rusted "tank" that at first seemed like an old propane tank until I looked closer.

    It turns out that this "tank" was an Almaden Quicksilver Mines 76 pound mercury carboy. And it also turns out that it was the miners recovery flask! It contained three pounds of mercury and approximately 0.65 troy ounces of gold!

    I used the nitric acid process to recover it. Amazing find from my point of view!

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