:crazy: yeh ok i asked for that didn't i:lol:Bootsy said:I'm guessing by an illicit chemist
You could always tell him this:
The most widespread type of amphetamine on the street is a white powder called Amphetamine Sulphate. It's manufactured in illicit laboratories and then adulterated so the final product usually contains between 6% and 10% amphetamine. The other 90% can comprise of just about anything, from baking powder to laxatives. Amphetamine Sulphate costs between 5 and 10 pounds sterling a gram.
Well, he just makes half of it up!chrisreiki said:It's a meaningless question. Speed is a measurement, not an invention.
And the chinese did not invent the odometer. It was the Romans about 1000 years earlier. Ask Adam Hart-Davis
:lol: :lol: :lol: Absolutely mate. I think the Romans were more interested in distance than speed, but of course they were clever enough to work out an average speed, which is a sort of speedometer I suppose. Adam-Hart Davieschrisreiki said:It's at least half right then :incheek: