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    The powder you see is actually 10.000 chip capacitors... (check it in real size!)

    mr.beutel, janisjai illusion, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. slpdrttniam 88 months ago | reply

      How do they do that?

    2. Farol's Fotos [deleted] 88 months ago | reply

      Gosh, I thought capacitors were the size of car carborators!! Nice job.

      The World Through My Eyes (?)

    3. Giuseppe Bognanni 88 months ago | reply

      Actually I could use smaller ones (0,6x0,3mm) but the macro would have been much more challenging. The ones in the picture ar e 1x0,5mm big

    4. sfisches 88 months ago | reply

      Very nice, not only from a technology point of view ;-)
      Indeed a good thing to have an engineer in the contact list...

    5. mr.beutel 87 months ago | reply

      This is really a great idea. Well done. How much for 10g?
      Is it illegal?

    6. Giuseppe Bognanni 87 months ago | reply

      I think it is 100% legal and I expect is even cheaper than the white sister.... :-)

    7. NowPublic 83 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your photo!This photograph appears in a NowPublic news story: Pricing Powder - Cocaine Street Prices, A Study .

    8. cari_6923 63 months ago | reply

      That is incredible!!!!!!

    9. Kees Romkes 21 months ago | reply

      Hi Giuseppe Great shot, used it on my blog at: www.keesromkes.nl/blogs/gameverslaafd/

      Thanks for sharing in creative commons, together we make the internet a nicer place :-)

    10. kaomghin12 17 months ago | reply

      Hey there, How are you? I am good. I just dropped by to let you know that I used this picture in a blog post! I hope you don't mind. I'm not getting paid for it or anything, so there's that. Anyhow, if you want, you can check out how I used it at
      power-rant.blogspot.com , and then either berate me for sullying your good name, or some other action that I am having trouble thinking of at the moment. Being ok with it? That's probably it.... Well, anyhow, thank you in advance!

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