The lethal dose (LD50) for rabbis is 2000mg/kg
Okay, so what. To the lay person, that's a number, nothing more. Can you add a parentheses comparing that number to, say, cyanide or something, just to get a a sense of what we're talking about? Polar Bear in the Jungle Peter Tosh > Bob Marley 04:32, 12 February 2013 (UTC)
- According to Wikipedia, salt has an LD50 of 3000-8000mg/kg. So, it's not really that toxic. You can remove the LD50 from this article, if you want.--Krejtalk 17:09, 12 February 2013 (UTC)
Curing AIDS...before it was discovered?
- You're right. The patent was actually filed sometime around 1994.--Krejtalk 18:11, 11 March 2013 (UTC)
Is it true that silver peroxide is not effective for any of the conditions some claim it addresses? I sincerely doubt it, as it's unstable, it decomposes to silver ions, and silver ions are a very effective antiseptic. Silver nitrate, or lunar caustic, is a chemical cauterizer that's still used in Europe as a remedy for warts, both because it causes infected tissue to blister and fall off, and because the silver ions have anti-viral properties. Silver nitrate has also been used as a topical antibiotic. Does anyone know? Ghostface Editah (talk) 21:07, 12 March 2013 (UTC)
- If you have any relevant information, please feel free to add it. I've got nothing.--Krejtalk 20:14, 16 March 2013 (UTC)
- You can patent a hot corned beef on rye wrapped in tin foil to be worn as a device to keep one's head warm under a football helmet.  Also, this article lost credibility with me with the first "gasp." That's not snark. It's a middle schooler being clever. 18:38, 30 March 2013 (UTC)