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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #209

In a message dated 4/10/00 4:05:53 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:

 I have considered a suggestion from another member, that is, allowing the 
 to flow into an upside-down jar affixed inside the tank, and allowing it to 
 disperse over the course of the day.  This would require some 
 to discover the correct size jar to find optimal rate dispersion, etc. but 
 would totally eliminate the possiblity of any accidents. Even if the jar 
 became disturbed or tipped over, the gas would escape in one huge bubble and 
 nary a fish would suffer. >>

 a few notes on the subject, i tried to hook up a yeast CO2 to a balloon 
experimenting with my theory that the balloon would have enough pressure to 
allow constant flow with no chances of an explosion or goo entering the tank 
(this has happened to me but caught it within 30 min)  i did experimentation 
on my theory but the balloon did not have enough pressure to make bubbles. if 
anyone can think of a different approch to this and wants to try it e-mail me 
privatly and i will tell you how i tried

Capt'n PATS