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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    (although there are always some clever chemists who can reproduce the conditions needed to make certain minerals).
    You mean like how they make diamonds using a huge machine with huge heat and all sorts?
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    (Original post by El_Borish)
    hang on a sec... *goes out front..1...2...3...4..5...6...7. ...*

    this could take a while
    Have fun....

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    (Original post by Tinykates)
    ah - never been all that hot on the maths front - maybe i should just join your cult
    u r more than welcome.............
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    You mean like how they make diamonds using a huge machine with huge heat and all sorts?
    Yup - heat the right chemicals to the right temperature and squish it enough with or without water/co2/other volatiles and you get minerals...I used to know the specifics but I've forgotten most of it now :confused:
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    (Original post by prince_capri)
    u r more than welcome.............
    wow.

    You're really into this brick thing, eh.
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    (Original post by prince_capri)
    u r more than welcome.............
    thanks
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    No,

    It's like, only one wall.

    It's real cool, the bricks that could have gone there can now be used to build another wall!
    Yeah, like two houses attached @ 1 wall....that's pretty common.....v common actually
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    my house is made of gingerbread.
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    Of course, rather than actually count the bricks you could always measure the area (in m2) of the walls and multiply by 60.
 
 
 
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