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You can't. Considering that agar melting temperature is approximately 85-95C / 176-185F and coals burns at around 200C / 392F at rest, providing temperature of at least 100C / 212F inside the bowl, agar will ultimately liquefy. You can eventually, still inhale it in its liquid form, just as soon as you have one of the vortex/phunnel bows (i.e the one that ...


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Keep in mind that surgical masks are designed primarily to protect the patient from the surgical staff, not the other way around. They prevent aerosols exhaled by the surgeons and nurses from reaching the sterile surgical field, and do very little to filter the air the staff breathes. In order to do that, you need a tight seal on the face with no gaps, and ...


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Well, it isn't healthy. It will not provide you vitamins, or cure you from cold. TL;DR But it isn't very unhealthy. What that means is that there are health risks you must take into account and decide whether it worths it. Smoking hookah can also be very beneficial in terms of the way you feel. For some people, those benefits overly exceed these on ...


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Given the levels you're describing, I'd stay inside, but it's a close call. Pulling up a random Carbon Dioxide Safety Data Sheet, the long-term exposure limit for carbon dioxide is 5000 parts per million according to NIOSH, ACGIA, and the latest OSHA standards (OSHA 1989 permitted 10,000 ppm). The 3600 ppm your meter is reporting is below that, while the ...


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The report you have linked to also states: The composition of cigarettes has also changed in the past few decades. While there have been reductions in tar and nicotine, the concentrations of other cancer-causing compounds have increased. So it does look like the increase in cases may be down to carcinogens other than nicotine and tar, but don't forget ...


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I have done plenty of research and have found people only talking about E-Cigarettes, leaving me in confusion about if vapes without any nicotine contain harmful substances for your lungs. (I am not talking about E-Cigarettes, which I believe is a vape with nicotine.) Colloquially “vapes” = “vaporizers”. Most vaporizers are e-cigarettes, but some are not. ...


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The answer to your question is thirdhand smoking (THS): From the American Nonsmoker's Right Foundation (ANRF), "Thirdhand smoke consists of the tobacco residue from cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products that is left behind after smoking and builds up on surfaces and furnishings." So the chemicals from smoking do stick to a person and persist in ...


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