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Before you die: 100 things you simply must do
from a thinktank of British scientists
Imaster

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Msg#: 8147 posted 9:18 am on Dec 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

"You've only got one life, so make the most of it," they say. "Swim in a bioluminescent lake, boil an egg with a mobile phone, or have a new species named after you." With a little practice - carefully explained - you may also be able to achieve multiple orgasm, or, for 35,000, clone your pet cat.

[guardian.co.uk...]

 

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Msg#: 8147 posted 2:11 pm on Dec 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

Swim in a bioluminescent lake

I've swam in a bioluminecent ocean. Do you think that counts?

I do have to admit, it was one of the most awesome sights I have ever seen

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Msg#: 8147 posted 10:00 pm on Dec 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

  • measure the speed of light with chocolate
  • joining the 300 Club at the South Pole (they take a sauna to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then run naked to the pole in minus 100 F)
  • boil an egg with a mobile phone
  • ...
  • From here [guardian.co.uk].

    I couldn't find the original list. Anyone got a link?

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 10:04 pm on Dec 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

    To get the full list I believe that you have to buy this weeks edition of The New Scientist.

    Syzygy

    [edited by: lawman at 1:00 am (utc) on Dec. 2, 2004]

    vkaryl

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 3:10 am on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    ....With a little practice - carefully explained - you may also be able to achieve multiple orgasm....

    Hmph. They must have added that for sensation-value. Total non-starter.... practice? Give me a break....

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 3:18 am on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    I think that was for me vkaryl

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 3:26 am on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    Um. Maybe it's different depending on gender, lawman? Heh.... hrmmm....

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 6:44 am on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    Have stable ranking with Google....

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 7:11 pm on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    joining the 300 Club at the South Pole (they take a sauna to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then run naked to the pole in minus 100 F)

    That sounds like it belongs on a list of things to do WHILE you die...

    bcolflesh

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 8:22 pm on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    #100 - Perfect immortality serum (some monsterism apparent).

    lgn1

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 8:45 pm on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    "Being turned into a diamond" sounds interesting. I wonder if they have a discount option 'Being turned into a cubic zirconi", for those that are short of cash :)

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 9:41 pm on Dec 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

    Um. Maybe it's different depending on gender, lawman? Heh.... hrmmm....

    Actually, I've heard of tragic women who need to put that on their to-do list...

    cubic zirconi

    Hmmm. What about a plastic paste-on rhinestone? I think I have a quarter in the bottom of my purse...

    Imaster

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    Msg#: 8147 posted 11:03 am on Dec 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

    To get the full list I believe that you have to buy this weeks edition of The New Scientist.

    Does anyone know any site or blog where anyone might have typed the entire list?

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