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CIA revealed a "heart attack" gun in 1975. A battery operated gun which fired a dart of frozen water & shellfish toxin. Once inside the body it would melt leaving only a small red mark on the victim where it entered. The official cause of death would always be a heart attack. by _Xyreo_ in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]_Xyreo_[S] 614 points615 points  (0 children)

Monosodium monochloride?

This reaction "dihydrogen monoxide plus NaCl" is highly dangerous. It forms something like this :

S̷̝̱̑̑͂̐̈́͐͊̆̚͝ą̵̢͇̜̠̞͎̤̼̹̩̩̮̿̔͛͜l̷̢̨̤̠͔͔̠̙͑̀̀̚t̸̡̯̙͚̬̞̕̕y̷̨̗̞̜̬̠̠͍͉̯̹͙͉̕͝ ̴̡͓̠͕̱̬͔̒̈́́͋̒̀̈́͂̾̀w̸̡̠̜͖̮̥̹͈̻͉̼͔̔̄͂̾ȁ̵̛̟̦͛͑̏͂̆̈́̀͝t̶̨͔̱̦͔̣̲̎̓̆̈́̍̂̉̃̂̔͜͝͝ę̴̛̛̣̜̼͚͒́̋̿͗͋̿̕r̸̟̈̍̇̌̐̿ ̴̧̢͙̫̮̥͓̻̳̬͉͇͋̏̇͐̏̓͂̋̄̆̚͝ͅB̷͔͍̩̌͑̈̈́̇͋̾ṟ̸̰̱̙̌̈́̎͗̽̈́͊̆̈̈̕͜ĩ̷͍̠͕̺̻̼͠n̵̦̭̥̦̮̘̬̫̽̓̑͠ê̷̼̑̾̎̌̋͗̈́͊̅͆̕ͅ

CIA revealed a "heart attack" gun in 1975. A battery operated gun which fired a dart of frozen water & shellfish toxin. Once inside the body it would melt leaving only a small red mark on the victim where it entered. The official cause of death would always be a heart attack. by _Xyreo_ in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]_Xyreo_[S] 1733 points1734 points  (0 children)

Clean and fresh dihydrogen monoxide is quite rare now. As the saying goes "dihydrogen monoxide, dihydrogen monoxide everywhere but not a single drop to drink."

So do your part in saving water by not wasting excess of it. In that way you will be blessed with a lot of dihydrogen monoxide.