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Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
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RE: Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
Now I lay me down to sleep.... all have gone and left me alone. I shall dream of dancing Bengal tigers..... Luckily there is no puce in there

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RE: Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
Folks, the previous handful of posts are excellent examples of why you need to be fore-warned.... if anyone here ever offers you membership in the Advisory Members group here, you should run away screaming loudly.

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Post: #33
RE: Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
For Galactus and SD2-its really COO!! Don't need no stiinkin' subscript two or was it too....no no it was who........whatever. I guess that makes the burp HHCOOO.
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Post: #34
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I want to apologize to everyone who reads this thread for any untoward post that I made in it. This will be the last time I take that codeine cough syrup while spray painting in a closed garage. I would like to take back everything I posted. I just wish I had posted more so I could take more back. I mistakenly though this was the PM section. --.- ... .-..
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RE: Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
(09-25-2014 03:54 PM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  Folks, the previous handful of posts are excellent examples of why you need to be fore-warned.... if anyone here ever offers you membership in the Advisory Members group here, you should run away screaming loudly.

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Post: #36
RE: Respironics 560 550 system one and generators. Straight from the horses mouth
(09-24-2014 08:58 PM)Galactus Wrote:  
(09-24-2014 04:36 AM)archangle Wrote:  
(09-23-2014 10:33 PM)Galactus Wrote:  Oooooooooo a grammar police person....... Now I see how it is around here. At least we should correctly correct it then as;

CO2.

How's that? Dont-know

The difference between CO and CO2 is literally a life or death proposition.

I agree, just keep in mind I was corrected for C02 vs CO2, not Carbon dioxide vs Carbon Monoxide.


FatRat I thought you'd like that Big Grin


No, it was not a grammar correction thing.

It was a chemical thing.

CO does not equal CO2. At a simplistic level, one will kill you because it will bind more strongly in hemoglobin than O2 and impair the blood cells' ability to carry O2. The other, CO2 is a relatively harmless gas. In confined spaces, it can displace O2, which if a person remained in such place, could cause asphyxia.

So yeah, the correction WAS for the carbon monoxide (CO) vs carbon dioxide (CO2) thing. not a "Zero" vs "Oh" thing. It was CO vs CO2, not CO2 vs C02. Kind of in the same vein as substituting hydrogen peroxide for water.

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