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#1 kleberrios

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Posted 24 March 2020 - 08:24 AM

This video is the first cake candle AP-free. The flame burns smoothly in the wind, and not aggressively when using AP. The term indoor fireworks does not actually proceed, as most cold fires if they are lit in a confined and humid environment would suffocate everyone present, as they all have AP, which in the presence of moisture, the burning gases condense in an ammoniacal smell penetrating toxic and unbearable smell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=sMIO09JR9Xw


Edited by kleberrios, 24 March 2020 - 08:27 AM.


#2 SharkWhisperer

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Posted 24 March 2020 - 09:17 PM

What's in it? Composition? Percentages?

 

You're a self-serving ass who thinks APC is the appropriate place where you can advertise what you'd like to sell.

 

You share zero. You hijack, not just a thread, but the entire pyro forum page, by posting pretty groundworks in multiple sequential posts, one after another, without  sharing construction or composition details. Your defense is that they rely on  "proprietary" metals that only you know about. Somebody pings you about a formula recently, and you ask them how much they will pay! You're an asshole. Keep your shit to a single thread or post it in Agora. People are not going to forget you selfish approach to hijacking APC to link to your YouTube page for sales, ass...

 

Ride it while it lasts, because it will not last much longer.

 

Moderators: Time to step up.



#3 davidh

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Posted 25 March 2020 - 08:33 AM

Be nice SharkWhisper. He likes to show his stuff and brag, but who cares. An indoor fountain? I don't even need to look to know it's nitrocellulose based. I've seen nothing from him that I haven't already seen elsewhere.

 

Work on your own stuff. I'll watch your videos.



#4 kleberrios

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Posted 25 March 2020 - 01:13 PM

What's in it? Composition? Percentages?

 

You're a self-serving ass who thinks APC is the appropriate place where you can advertise what you'd like to sell.

 

You share zero. You hijack, not just a thread, but the entire pyro forum page, by posting pretty groundworks in multiple sequential posts, one after another, without  sharing construction or composition details. Your defense is that they rely on  "proprietary" metals that only you know about. Somebody pings you about a formula recently, and you ask them how much they will pay! You're an asshole. Keep your shit to a single thread or post it in Agora. People are not going to forget you selfish approach to hijacking APC to link to your YouTube page for sales, ass...

 

Ride it while it lasts, because it will not last much longer.

 

Moderators: Time to step up.

 

Because you're new to the forum, you certainly didn't see my topics and teachings in the forum  in these nine years of membership. As I told you, although you do not believe or do not want to understand, I am a tester of new methods, effects and new technologies involving some materials that I manufacture. I do not weigh the materials, as I have more or less recorded their quantities mentally. Here I am working by trial and error on an AP-FREE cake candle, at that time I didn't even use Ti 300 mesh, just copper and strontium carbonate and I posted the video here on the forum.

 

 

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=4jUPOem4bCs


Edited by kleberrios, 25 March 2020 - 01:14 PM.


#5 SharkWhisperer

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Posted 25 March 2020 - 01:19 PM

 

Because you're new to the forum, you certainly didn't see my topics and teachings in the forum  in these nine years of membership. As I told you, although you do not believe or do not want to understand, I am a tester of new methods, effects and new technologies involving some materials that I manufacture. I do not weigh the materials, as I have more or less recorded their quantities mentally. Here I am working by trial and error on an AP-FREE cake candle, at that time I didn't even use Ti 300 mesh, just copper and strontium carbonate and I posted the video here on the forum.

 

 

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=4jUPOem4bCs

Then start a new thread, ONE new thread, called "Kleberrios' Pyro Tests" or whatever, and add new posts on new comps/effects, and links to your YouTube channel to that ONE thread, instead of taking over entire pages that people need to filter through to get to other pyros' threads besides yours. Selfish and unnecessary.

 

And though newer to the forum as a member, I've been here in the background for over 5 years.



#6 kleberrios

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Posted 25 March 2020 - 02:48 PM

Be nice SharkWhisper. He likes to show his stuff and brag, but who cares. An indoor fountain? I don't even need to look to know it's nitrocellulose based. I've seen nothing from him that I haven't already seen elsewhere.

 

Work on your own stuff. I'll watch your videos.

I never boast about my experiments, I just feel anxious and happy to share some of my discoveries with everyone on the forum, unfortunately others interpret it in another evil way. All videos I posted, I did not fail to share the formulations except recent discoveries and recent tests that may deteriorate over time, or be risky to make.for example: I went to light my flashing string and it lost its flash effect. That's why I don't like to post new compositions without being sure of their durability. But the tests will continue.

https://www.youtube....eature=youtu.be



#7 SharkWhisperer

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Posted 25 March 2020 - 03:34 PM

I never boast about my experiments, I just feel anxious and happy to share some of my discoveries with everyone on the forum, unfortunately others interpret it in another evil way. All videos I posted, I did not fail to share the formulations except recent discoveries and recent tests that may deteriorate over time, or be risky to make.for example: I went to light my flashing string and it lost its flash effect. That's why I don't like to post new compositions without being sure of their durability. But the tests will continue.

https://www.youtube....eature=youtu.be

Wonderful. Now consolidate it into ONE single thread: "Kleb's Stuff", instead of hijacking the whole pyro page. Is this an unreasonable request?






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