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Posted by Wanderlust 3/2/2004 5:57 AM | remove
  I don't know what these things are, but they are seriously cool.

You can also see the ice at the bottom of their pit. We were not sure how deep it was.
Posted by Guy With Hat 3/4/2004 12:18 AM | remove
  The answer warrants a warmer trip.
Posted by Slickis 3/7/2004 8:29 AM | remove
  They are ancient Tokomac's.
Posted by optech 10/1/2004 1:13 AM | remove
  the pit didn't look too deep... maybe arm's length? very stagnant water :puke:
Posted by Nosferatu Von 10/18/2004 2:17 PM | remove
  Yeah... there's likely species of bacteria that are yet to be named floating around in there.
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 11/4/2004 11:08 PM | remove
  is that the main part of a time machine?
Posted by rainman8889 11/19/2004 3:06 AM | remove
  If so, then let's go back in time to protect these sites!
Posted by Chronic 12/14/2004 11:17 AM | remove
  Annealing tanks.
Posted by Wanderlust 12/15/2004 7:01 PM | remove
  Lots of people have told us that... but what the hell does an annealing tank do? :)
Posted by Guy With Hat 12/16/2004 4:10 AM | remove
  It anneals, duh. >:(
Posted by nightbird 12/16/2004 4:58 AM | remove
  lol, I was waiting for someone to come back with that. /me gives the smartass award to Guy With Hat.
Posted by Wanderlust 12/16/2004 5:43 AM | remove
  Fine. Since no one wants to answer it straight, I'm gonna quote the Wikipedia:

In metallurgy and materials science annealing is a heat treatment wherein the microstructure of a material is altered, causing changes in its properties such as strength and hardness. Typically, this results in softening of the metal through removal of crystal defects and the internal stresses which they cause. In the semiconductor industry, silicon wafers are annealed, so that dopant atoms (usually, boron, phosphorus, or arsenic) can be incorporated into substitutional positions in the crystal lattice, resulting in drastic changes in the electrical properties of the semiconducting material.

So there. Nyah.
Posted by The Lost Flock 12/20/2004 5:08 PM | remove
  oooooooh! Now I get it!

<.<
>.>

yes....
Posted by jjcoolj 5/12/2009 3:33 AM | remove
  Coils of rolled steel would be put into these tanks. Gas burners around the tank would heat the coil to a particular temperature and then a carefully controlled cool-down process would begin. This softens the steel so that it can be worked in some way - pressed, roll formed, or sheared.
Posted by Bman505 5/16/2010 6:40 AM | remove
  that's what i was going to say!!
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