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Simple timer for IEDs

  1. #41
    GGG victim of incest [my veinlike two-fold aepyornidae]
    Originally posted by Narc Yeah well we all know your guarantees don't stand for shit. And I have seen pix of you, you're fat as fuck.


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    You haven't seen my pix. There is not a single recent picture of me in this entire community. Oldest anyone might have is like 3 or 4yrs old. Fonaplats posted a 6 year old photo. There are no others. The one I posted that you thought was me was in fact a random asian dude.

    Captain Falcon said it was me and you and hydro believed him like fucking idiots. Guy was wearing a wedding ring for fucks sake.
  2. #42
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by GGG You haven't seen my pix. There is not a single recent picture of me in this entire community. Oldest anyone might have is like 3 or 4yrs old. Fonaplats posted a 6 year old photo. There are no others. The one I posted that you thought was me was in fact a random asian dude.

    Captain Falcon said it was me and you and hydro believed him like fucking idiots. Guy was wearing a wedding ring for fucks sake.

    Well you would say that now we all seen how fucking fat you are.

    And for the record hydro confirmed that was you the day you posted it long before captain faggot said anything.

    Think about it, you lived with her, thought you were having a kid with her and had her guys dick up your ass. I think shed know what you look like. Its not like you just passed her in the street once.


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  3. #43
    Soyboy IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life African Astronaut [the oppositely able-bodied hop-step-and-jump]
    G why haven't you hooked me up with that thicc Taiwanese girl yet?
  4. #44
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Coz she don't talk to fat retards


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  5. #45
     Acolyte
    Cigarette paper makes a perfect slow-burning fuse, if it is twisted into a thin length. Very reliable, as the paper is treated with a chemical which ensures even and consistent slow burning. One box of cigarette tubes would make about 10 good fuses.
  6. #46
    We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Narc Also remember that ice breaks easy, especially if under duress from something spring loaded.

    Have you even conducted a strength test to see how much pressure it would take to break that ice so you'd know how much ice you'd need? Have you allowed for how much ice might melt on the journey to the target location.
    Ice is plenty strong, it depends entirely on the temperature outside and the size of the ice chunk. A water bottle, less than the liter size ones, will still take hours to melt. The springs in clothespins are not strong enough to break the ice prematurely. If you want it to take longer, use a larger diameter bottle. Buoancy timer isn't really temperature dependent if you're using a liquid that doesn't freeze easily, like alcohol. Everclear should suffice, or rubbing alcohol. Lots of things would work really.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothespin

    Been spelling it wrong lolz
  7. #47
    GGG victim of incest [my veinlike two-fold aepyornidae]
    What if you get stuck in traffic on the way to the bombing site
  8. #48
    Originally posted by GGG What if you get stuck in traffic on the way to the bombing site

    a well deserved darwin award,
  9. #49
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers Ice is plenty strong, it depends entirely on the temperature outside and the size of the ice chunk. A water bottle, less than the liter size ones, will still take hours to melt. The springs in clothespins are not strong enough to break the ice prematurely. If you want it to take longer, use a larger diameter bottle. Buoancy timer isn't really temperature dependent if you're using a liquid that doesn't freeze easily, like alcohol. Everclear should suffice, or rubbing alcohol. Lots of things would work really.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothespin

    Been spelling it wrong lolz

    Yeah I wondered if you meant clothes pin or what.

    I'll think you'll be surprised just how strong a clothes pin is tbh. You'd definitely need to pack that ice thick to be sure. Then you risk the thing taking too long and being discovered. The bomb squad would just then spray it with liquid nitrogen.

    Maybe consider one of these



    Then have a resovoir that let fluid into a second cup at a certain rate. You could easy wire it up to your detonator.

    Don't go ordering it online in your name tho. lol


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  10. #50
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Also talking of ice and explosions




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  11. #51
    We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Narc Yeah I wondered if you meant clothes pin or what.

    I'll think you'll be surprised just how strong a clothes pin is tbh. You'd definitely need to pack that ice thick to be sure. Then you risk the thing taking too long and being discovered. The bomb squad would just then spray it with liquid nitrogen.

    Maybe consider one of these



    Then have a resovoir that let fluid into a second cup at a certain rate. You could easy wire it up to your detonator.

    Don't go ordering it online in your name tho. lol


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    Already tried the ice timer enough to know it doesn't have any issues. Just don't go using a clothespin with a super strong spring and it'll work fine. The wooden ones are all I've ever used and I've had no issues. The timing can only really be estimated. You can get a pretty good idea of the average time based on the size and shape of the container, but it's temperature dependent so it'll always be slightly random. And it'll always take hours, unless it's scorching hot in the place you leave it, or if you use a small container for the water.
  12. #52
    Soyboy IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life African Astronaut [the oppositely able-bodied hop-step-and-jump]
    If you want to be a nigger and have an autistic fascination with clothes pegs just tie solder wire around the end of a clothes peg, the wire will slowly stretch and break within a day or two - no it's not reliable or accurate, that's why you should use electronics instead but it's still a lot safer than fucking around with blocks of ice like a 4 year old.



  13. #53
    if they cant spell their trigger mechanism correctly, its better to not apply their trigger mechanism.
  14. #54
    We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Set a weight on a piece of ice, about as thick as it would take to hold a clothespin open, you're going to need a lot of weight to crush it. You won't ever get that much force with a clothespin. It has to melt in order to close, it won't accidentally magically break the ice lol

    Anyway, buoyancy timer is better and more adjustable/accurate, like I said. Either method, though, leaves less evidence, is simpler and easier to put together than using "electronics". But feel free to start a thread on electronic timing mechanisms since you're an expert on that and have a masters degree in electronic engineering.

    Both the buoyancy method and ice method are safe as long as you don't have parkinsons disease or something.
  15. #55
    UNSUB Houston
    What if you have Parkinson’s
  16. #56
    We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by UNSUB What if you have Parkinson’s

    Explosives and such probably aren't the best thing to make then. Legos won't let you down though.
  17. #57
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers Set a weight on a piece of ice, about as thick as it would take to hold a clothespin open, you're going to need a lot of weight to crush it. You won't ever get that much force with a clothespin. It has to melt in order to close, it won't accidentally magically break the ice lol

    Anyway, buoyancy timer is better and more adjustable/accurate, like I said. Either method, though, leaves less evidence, is simpler and easier to put together than using "electronics". But feel free to start a thread on electronic timing mechanisms since you're an expert on that and have a masters degree in electronic engineering.

    Both the buoyancy method and ice method are safe as long as you don't have parkinsons disease or something.

    whats the maximum delay an ice cube can offer ?

    specifically an ice cube that fits in a 'close' pin.
  18. #58
    We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny whats the maximum delay an ice cube can offer ?

    specifically an ice cube that fits in a 'close' pin.

    If an ice cube fits in a 'close pin', it's not going to take too long, because it's going to depend on the temperature and mass of the ice. The more ice around the close pin, the longer it takes to close. I don't live in some shitty climate that's cold most of the time so it may take a long time if you lived in winnepeg canada for example, days, depending on where you put it. I mean if it's outside in winter time it could take days, months, but if it's indoors and above freezing, it should take a couple hours at least. How long does it take an ice cube to melt? Leave one out on the counter and find out.
  19. #59
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers If an ice cube fits in a 'close pin', it's not going to take too long, because it's going to depend on the temperature and mass of the ice. The more ice around the close pin, the longer it takes to close. I don't live in some shitty climate that's cold most of the time so it may take a long time if you lived in winnepeg canada for example, days, depending on where you put it. I mean if it's outside in winter time it could take days, months, but if it's indoors and above freezing, it should take a couple hours at least. How long does it take an ice cube to melt? Leave one out on the counter and find out.

    so in other words, it cant reliably be relied upon.
  20. #60
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers . How long does it take an ice cube to melt? Leave one out on the counter and find out.

    About 15/20 minutes max


    How about you just stop complicating things that don't need to be complicated.

    https://www.gogofireworks.com/gogofireworks/10-feet-green-slow-fuse


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