Author Topic: Excellent Videos for Newbees  (Read 9676 times)

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Excellent Videos for Newbees
« on: September 19, 2004, 02:52:00 AM »

The "Digital Lab Techniques Manual" is a series of ten videos designed to help you prepare for your chemistry laboratory class. Each video provides a detailed demonstration of a common laboratory technique, as well as helpful tips and information.

Topics that will probably be of most interest to Bees include: Work-Up, Filtration, Sublimation, and Recrystallization.

Although a link to this website was posted about a year ago I feel that it deserves a repost as these videos are extremely thorough as well as being somewhat humorous at times and have the ability to help many Bees. Reading a well written book on this subject like "Zubrick's Survival Guide" is great, but there is nothing like seeing something demonstrated by knowledgeable individuals. Actually, when this website was referenced before these videos where not available (and I wonder how many Bees have seen them since they where), but did indeed have a lot of other useful information. I think a link to these videos should be placed in one of the sticky threads in this forum.


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Bugger Me Backwards With a Badger's Tadger
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2004, 01:57:00 AM »

"Bend over my bench, so I can spank you, you naughty, naughty boy!"
She has no clothes on under the white coat

A bird with brains sporting rubber gloves. This was so sexually alluring, that someone ripped the videos and exported on the i2p network:











i2p is needed for access:


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Other chick is hotter.
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2004, 05:41:00 PM »


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« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2004, 07:15:00 PM »
How the hell do you get I2P to even install? All the files listed were from linux/unix platforms. I am running a non NT based version of windows.
Or is there a way to download streaming video from sites? (save target as does not work)
The videos are very good, I just wish I could download them.


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Downloading Streaming Video
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2004, 02:56:00 AM »
You can do it with mplayer on linux thus:

1. Save the realplayer filename.rm file to disk (it is actually a short ascii file). Open with a text editor and copy the rtsp://blahblah stream URL.

2. Plug the rtsp URL into mplayer. E.g. to save as Crystallization.rm:

mplayer -dumpfile Crystallization.rm -dumpstream rtsp://

(The download takes as long as playing the stream).

There is a beta release of Mplayer for windows - haven't tried it though. There must be other windows tools to rip realplayer streams.Maybe this:

i2p is java and will run on windows, provided that you have java installed. Download install.jar from

and run that.


  • Guest all you need...
« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2004, 03:00:00 AM »

all you need to download streaming files from the net.

Very simple and easy to use.


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I2P takes some tweaking and configuration.
« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2004, 05:22:00 AM »
I2P takes some tweaking and configuration. If anyone doesn't want to install *nix on another partition they can just boot from a Knoppix STD CD. I was having problems ripping the streams so I have obtained the original AVI files and converted them to DivX format. They will be available on my website soon along with other info that includes: a procedure to obtain close to Lab Grade RP from strikers, a highly refined Pseudo/E extraction form Ma-Huang, a lot of chemistry software, many videos of reactions, demonstrations, and other videos that will be of interest to Bees etc. My goal is to have a website that provides as much information as Rhodium's, but more geared toward multimedia.


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Re: How the hell do you get I2P to evenĀ ...
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2004, 11:20:00 AM »

How the hell do you get I2P to even install?

The videos with the I2P links are the same as the ones on the web. I wouldn't even bother with that funky stuff. I2P seems like a really neat idea tho.


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The i2p copies
« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2004, 01:07:00 PM »
These are the complete realvideo files, not streams like the MIT site has. You can copy the whole file to your disk from the i2p links.


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where is another address i can get ahold of...
« Reply #9 on: September 25, 2004, 12:25:00 PM »
where is another address i can get ahold of these videoz , id be interested in watching them, this stupid i2p crap aint working and keeps giving me an error

That I2P Destination was not found. Perhaps you pasted in the wrong BASE64 I2P Destination or the link you are following is bad. The host (or the WWW proxy, if you're using one) could also be temporarily offline. You may want to retry. Could not find the following Destination:

sasquotch.i2p/TLC-basics.rm HTTP/1.1

Generated on: Sat Sep 25 05:23:55 CDT 2004


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i2p ain't working?
« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2004, 03:12:00 PM »
hmmm, I just tried and I retrieved them OK. Have you tried the link again (sometimes the request times out and needs to be repeated to get a connection to the remote server)?

Can you connect to


and other i2p sites, for example, duck.i2p?


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its probaly just me then , due to being on...
« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2004, 08:33:00 PM »
its probaly just me then , due to being on Satalite Connection. so i have a high latency.


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« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2004, 10:56:00 PM »
Maybe due to satellite. It would be nice to know if someone can retrieve them though.