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Suicideorgy

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Jun 20, 2022
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How long does this method usually take? It took about an hour and a half between when he lit the fire and his last post.
 
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locked*n*loaded

Enlightened
Apr 15, 2022
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How long does this method usually take? It took about an hour and a half between when he lit the fire and his last post.
This is the method I will be using. If done correctly, and can get the concentration of CO up near 12000 PPM, then it takes not too many seconds. I will be using 3 burners for CO production in a tent and I will have a CO meter to accurately measure the PPM. It can be very fast and very painless, not unlike N really. Except it's a whole lot cheaper than N. After lighting the charcoal, there is a "wait" time until the charcoals burn themselves in and start producing large amounts of CO. but, once they start producing the CO, whatever area they are in is filled quickly and CO concentrations increase rapidly. It's a good method, IMO, if one does their homework about how to do it correctly. If done right, 100% success.
 
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Medicmedic72

Buying a bus ticket
Jun 6, 2022
184
I'm so sorry you came to this conclusion. But, I hope you find peace, whatever the outcome.
@locked*n*loaded I haven't researched this method, but if you have, do you happen to know what the ambient temperature would be with this method? I guess I would expect this to be excruciatingly hot, like an oven. And any vent to cool it down defeats the purpose.
 
NobodyKnowsMe

NobodyKnowsMe

Just biding my time
Dec 21, 2021
589
I'm so sorry you came to this conclusion. But, I hope you find peace, whatever the outcome.
@locked*n*loaded I haven't researched this method, but if you have, do you happen to know what the ambient temperature would be with this method? I guess I would expect this to be excruciatingly hot, like an oven. And any vent to cool it down defeats the purpose.
Once the flames are gone, the heat dimishes quite a bit, so it is unlikely to be unbearably hot within the enclosed space.
 
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jcksonb22

jcksonb22

dead since 2016
Jul 18, 2021
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it says op was active tuesday afternoon so i assume they’re still alive
 
NobodyKnowsMe

NobodyKnowsMe

Just biding my time
Dec 21, 2021
589
it says op was active tuesday afternoon so i assume they’re still alive
Not necessarily. If the forum was left open on a computer or phone, or was in the history that got searched, then whomever could have checked his account and posts here. It has happened before.
 
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locked*n*loaded

Enlightened
Apr 15, 2022
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I'm so sorry you came to this conclusion. But, I hope you find peace, whatever the outcome.
@locked*n*loaded I haven't researched this method, but if you have, do you happen to know what the ambient temperature would be with this method? I guess I would expect this to be excruciatingly hot, like an oven. And any vent to cool it down defeats the purpose.
I imagine it will throw some heat. I honestly don't know how much, but I plan to ctb in the winter, so setting up the tent in my unheated garage should not be a problem as far as heat. And it won't take long anyway, so it may not be that big of a problem even in warmer temperatures. I think I would be able to stand some high temperatures for the minute, at most, until I go unconscious.
 
toasterbaths

toasterbaths

Member
Jun 26, 2022
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catch u on the flippity flip, i think im going with CO method too better buy charcoal and materials before summer bbq season ends