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(Phys Org2)   New plastic creates a cup that can hold boiling liquids. McDonald's legal team on high alert   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Materials science, Water, Polymer, Crystal, Polymers, lab of Dr. Shi-Qing Wang, Cooking, Polymer chemistry  
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2020-12-04 1:13:09 PM  
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cryinoutloud: Wow, that's great. Now you all can have something even more indestructible to throw in the trash, for your convenience.

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Totally YOURS


That's what I imagine a sea turtle that is grocery shopping might look like
 
2020-12-04 7:22:56 PM  
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Ambitwistor: CSB: I ate the McDonald's where the coffee incident happened.  In a pretty sketchy part of town (the "War Zone").  They were shooing off a homeless guy when I arrived.


You ate the whole building, equipment and all? Did they evacuate the building first?
 
2020-12-04 11:11:32 AM  
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Take the top off a full bottle of water and throw it in a hot campfire so it stays upright.. the boiling water will keep the plastic from melting fully for as long as it takes to boil it off.

I mean don't burn plastic, folks.
 
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