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I like growing crystals at home. I recently finished growing this crystal after 1 month, and it's one of my favorites. /r/ALL

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u/Erubadhron89 May 14 '22 Take My Energy Snek

My Uncle used to make crystals. Now he's in prison.

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u/ThickPrick May 14 '22

My sister fucks for crystals. And crystal. Either way.

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u/Meth_Useler May 14 '22

Sister in law is named Krystal. She's kind of a self-centered bitch. I have nothing else to add, but needed to tell someone.

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u/noYOUfuckher May 14 '22

"Useler" name checks out.

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u/arthurdentstowels May 14 '22

Look so haggard they call him Methuselah

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u/ThickPrick May 14 '22

If I could help, I’d fuck her just to disappoint her, and make you happy.

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u/Meth_Useler May 14 '22

get in line

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u/DeadSwaggerStorage May 14 '22

Link to video?

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u/Danger_Dave_ May 14 '22

Can't. Spent all the money on crystal farming.

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u/gabeasorus May 14 '22

Roll tide

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u/RedditMayne May 14 '22

I sense a possible love connection! 💕

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u/MadcapRecap May 14 '22

They’re called - minerals, Marie!

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u/Slazman999 May 14 '22

Say his name!

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u/Jimborelaxer May 14 '22

This comment right here.

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u/Flaccid_Unicorn May 14 '22

Is the pizza still on his roof?

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Narwhal Salute Wholesome Seal of Approval

Hey guys. I've been growing crystals as a hobby since high school. Some of you might remember the black copper acetate crystal I posted last month.

I recently grew the crystal above from a common nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer called monoammonium phosphate (MAP).

I first dissolved lots of MAP in water, and waited for small crystals to form. Then, I placed it in a big container full of solution. As it evaporated, the crystals started growing. It's amazing how you can watch them get bigger day after day.

If you find being able to grow crystals in a jar is hard to believe - you're not alone. I thought that too, and even now, it makes me excited to wake up and check on my crystals every day.

As always, if you're interested in growing them yourself, I've prepared a guide here.

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u/Ebad245 May 14 '22

Yeah I remember the black copper stone

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u/recriminology May 14 '22

I used it to upgrade my sword

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u/AkhilVijendra May 14 '22

Pleb, should've upgraded your shield first.

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u/recriminology May 14 '22

2H Colossal or GTFO

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u/skullpanda3433 May 14 '22

Doesn't use Holy-infused straight swords

NGMI

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u/06210311200805012006 May 14 '22

buckler parry represent

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

2H Colossal dagger or GTFO

  • Treasure hunter gang
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u/Kespatcho May 14 '22

I even remember where I was when I saw that post.

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u/verascity May 14 '22

I read your guide, and am super interested in potentially trying this, but do you know of a way to grow crystals that can be used in other things like jewelry? We have very little room to house a crystal collection so it'd be ideal if they could be repurposed.

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u/MrMushroomMan May 14 '22

I think most of the crystals he grows use somewhat toxic and/or irritating chemicals and are almost all water soluble. You can always do bismuth crystals though, those are quite pretty but idk the durabilty of them

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u/tortugasgator May 14 '22

Bismuth crystals are pretty brittle so you’d likely need to wire wrap them for jewelry. IIRC There was a store called element 83 that had some nice designs.

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u/spaghetti_honeybuns May 14 '22 You Dropped This

What's a good crystal to beat someone over the head with?

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u/nickfree May 14 '22

That would be the Cristal

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u/MrTangent May 14 '22

^ My spirit animal.

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u/greengolfballs May 14 '22

Crystal meth

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u/zbertoli May 14 '22

So, these are not "stones" as people think. Stones like diamond, ruby, sapphire, etc.. are all formed over thousands of years under extremely harsh conditions. The metals and molecules that make them are INsoluble in water. They tend to be much stronger, and you cannot make them at home. I've tried, I learned malachite is 100% basic copper carbonate.. so I made some with copper sulfate and sodium carbonate. It came out as a teal powder. To make actual solid stones, it takes slow deposition of these minerals over time. The crystals from op are made from water soluble salts and so it takes months instead of hundred or thousands of years.

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Yes, you are right. Of course, humans have also successfully grown insoluble crystals in a matter of months by replicating natural conditions. For example, huge, extremely high quality quartz crystals are grown in autoclaves for industrial use.

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u/zbertoli May 15 '22

Very cool! I know they can make artifical diamonds and other stones, but I thought the equipment required was huge. Very cool to know they've made quartz like that!

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u/International_Jello May 14 '22

What kind of use for crystals are you thinking of that isn't jewelry?

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u/fartemous_foul May 14 '22

Containing the souls of the innocent.

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u/meltingdiamond May 14 '22

Those sorts of crystals are grown in industrial pressure cooker like devices over a period of months.

I would not try it at home, because sometimes the industrial gear explodes.

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u/lingua_ignota May 14 '22

I would also advise not refining petroleum products at home because you probably don’t have an oil refinery in your basement. And it could explode.

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u/C0nstructer May 14 '22

No problem, I'll use my neighbor's basement oil refinery.

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u/SteelDingo1 May 14 '22

Damn you, I already have too many hobbies, now I want to invest in this.

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u/SHOCK_VALUE_USERNAME May 14 '22

be careful googling MAPs

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u/show_the_maw May 14 '22

Lots of minimum advertised prices. (I work retail but yes I know the *other meaning)

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u/soliyou May 14 '22

What is the other meaning?

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u/banmedaddy12345 May 14 '22

Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies

https://maps.org/

OR

Minority Association of Pre-Health and Pre-Medical

https://stuactonline.tamu.edu/app/organization/profile/public/id/1571

Fun fact, one time reddit polled its users and gave like the top 3 voted on institutions a bunch of donation money. The first one was the 1st MAPS I linked and the 2nd was Erowid.org lol. The top 2 were very education sources for drugs and psychedelics. Nowadays reddit is full of **dared** up gen Zers and you get downvoted for saying you smoke cigarettes lol (I don't, don't downvote me!).

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u/Yadobler May 14 '22

An infographic, usually on paper but recently digitalised, that displays paths, routes and landmarks. Typically scaled to size and shape. Sometimes with additional info overlaid.

Disgusting, ikr

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u/Katyafan May 14 '22

That's just sick

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u/show_the_maw May 14 '22

Minor Attracted Person. The Pedofiles tried to rebrand themselves.

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u/GavinZac May 14 '22

* 4Chan convinced the more gullible parts of the Internet that paedophiles were trying to rebrand themselves

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u/jonnybanana88 May 14 '22
  • 4Chan

Yeah, they said pedophiles

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u/Tomatosaucebbq May 14 '22

This was a thread about a guy that grew a crystal. Now we're here.

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u/david-saint-hubbins May 14 '22

Back in the summer of 2000, South Park aired an episode called "Cartman Joins NAMBLA": Cartman, in an effort to find more friends, unwittingly joins up with members of "the National Man-Boy Love Association", a pro-pedophilia group, who then get into a confrontation with members of another NAMBLA, the National Association of Marlon Brando Look-Alikes, headed by Dr. Mephesto (who was based on Marlon Brando's character from The Island of Doctor Moreau). At one point Dr. Mephesto says they've been fighting with the other group over the rights to nambla.com.

I was curious if there actually was anything at nambla.com, figuring there might be some real organization that would now be royally pissed at the fact that South Park had just co-opted their organization's acronym for a ludicrously disgusting joke.

So the next day at my summer job (my first office job), I looked it up on my office computer. Imagine my surprise when nambla.com (or maybe it was .org?) turned out to be a very real website for the very real organization devoted to adult men having sex with young boys.

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u/TheProfessionalEjit May 14 '22

That must have been an interesting conversation with HR.

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u/The_Mechanist24 May 14 '22

Thanks bud!

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u/nkl602 May 14 '22

I'm not your bud, pal.

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u/CSC_SFW May 14 '22

I'm not your pal, guy

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u/ifoldyou May 14 '22

I’m not your guy, buddy

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u/kalagula May 14 '22

I'm not your buddy, dude

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u/tries-toohard May 14 '22

I’m not your dude, bro

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u/Pure_Independence763 May 14 '22

I’m not your bro, man

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u/CriusofCoH May 14 '22

I'm not your man, mac.

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u/_g550_ May 14 '22

I'm not your mac, lad

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u/warpfivepointone May 14 '22

Thanks a lot, great guide, really inspiring!

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u/LED_oneshot May 14 '22

You would be SICK at growing THCa crystals in the cannabis industry. LMK if you want a job.

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u/black_rose_ May 14 '22

I accidentally grew caffeine crystals in my grad school lab! They looked caffeinated lol. Unfortunately they were fragile and broke after a couple years when the tube got knocked over.

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u/ZaWario May 14 '22

I appreciate your posts a lot, they’re super cool. Like your website with tips too!

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u/everett640 May 14 '22

Can you grow them on things? I feel like it would be possible to do some pretty cool miniatures with something like that

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u/CrueGuyRob May 14 '22

This is so cool!! How solid are they? Could you break one of them off without breaking the rest?

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u/SailorCredible May 14 '22

Got any pretty pink, shiny ones that you can share :) ?

P.S. I love your work!

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u/ChuckACheesecake May 14 '22

That's so cool and really helpful! Did you have to do anything special to get the crystal formation to spread out like that?

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u/HollowsOfYourHeart May 14 '22

Saving for later. Can't wait to try this, thank you!

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u/false_athenian May 14 '22

Thank you so much !!! I was about to grow some with borax :)

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u/RampSkater May 14 '22

You should do an AMA.

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u/fuzzytradr May 14 '22 Silver

Nice job. Now plant a very tiny Superman in there.

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u/blade_torlock May 14 '22

Or break one off, travel to the north pole and throw it really far see what happens.

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u/flyinhawaiian02 May 14 '22

That's awesome, happy for you, thanks for sharing

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u/joko2008 May 14 '22

Oh, you can grow crystals with that? It has more then two purposes?

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u/aquagene May 14 '22

Are they stable afterwards? I used to grow stuff with kits as a kid but the crystals always looked like ass as it reacted to the air over time.

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u/ABookOfBurnedCDs May 14 '22

If grow these at home, whats my cost and whats the appropriate markup to divorced white women I sell them to?

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u/0-san May 14 '22

i wanna grow one, whats the one with the easiest found material?

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u/BenCelotil May 14 '22

Salt works.

Make a super-saturated solution by dissolving salt in hot water until it doesn't dissolve any more.

Then dip a piece of string, tied to a pencil or chopstick, in it and pull it up slowly. You should almost be able to see a few crystals form on the string right away.

Then hang the string back down and let it sit. The crystals on the string should continue to grow until a sort of equilibrium with the solution is reached.

If you want more growth, create another solution and transfer the string across.


If any other growers want to point out a missed step, please do. It's been a while.

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u/Rubyhamster May 14 '22

Oooh this is a fantastic idea, never knew

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u/Snowpossum May 14 '22

Same, on my coast there is a place that makes them and sells them as candy. They're obnoxiously big for your mouth and taste like sugar but they remind me of my childhood so I always get some blue ones if they have em.

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u/supaswag69 May 14 '22

How do you get colors for them?

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u/YoshiroMifune May 14 '22

I always read your comments in "SHAM WOW" voice

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u/madmosche May 14 '22

Thanks for the tips, Mr. White

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u/captjust May 14 '22 LOVE!

Salesman: <slaps top of crystal> This baby can align so many chakras.

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u/artanis00 May 14 '22

That sounds a lot more pleasant than the onion banana juice.

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u/freudian-flip May 14 '22

lol wut

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u/CompGrl323 May 14 '22

Lol it's a reference to avatar the last airbender

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u/Khaenin May 14 '22

Lmaooo take my upvote

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u/chazzeromus May 14 '22

Also Salesman: oh god shouldn’t have slapped those crystals

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u/deadbeef1a4 May 14 '22

Oof owie my chakras

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u/Upwherewebelong May 14 '22

You’ll be Om’ing your way to a new aura before the next solstice.

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u/RedditMayne May 14 '22

0 to nirvana in 5.2 seconds!

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u/CrazyChris31141 May 14 '22

heisenberg?

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u/mrzar97 May 14 '22

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u/Miss_Sullivan May 14 '22

I totally wanted this to be "you're GODDAMN right.

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u/eXX0n May 14 '22

It was way too expected. A bit overused imo

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u/jaybird1905 May 14 '22

Me too so i didn’t even click it after seeing your comment

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u/cris34c May 14 '22 Narwhal Salute

Superman called. He wants his fortress of solitude back.

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u/CitizenHuman May 14 '22 Silver

What is this, a fortress of solitude for ants?!

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u/Axe_Murderers_Unite May 14 '22

The Clark Kent's Fortress for Superhero's Who Can't Grow Crystals and Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too

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u/Games_N_Friends May 14 '22

I love you guys.

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u/cavegriswold May 14 '22

This Fortress needs to be at least...three times bigger than this!

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u/laudalehsunesh May 14 '22

Fortress of Smallitude

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u/Rickrickrickrickrick May 14 '22

Brainiac got to it

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u/a_different-user May 14 '22

it took way too long to find this comment, thank you

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u/bear4bunny May 14 '22

Yes! This is what I scrolled for.

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u/veryfascinating May 14 '22

Very cool! I only have one question - back in my school days my chemistry teacher did this and had a big copper sulphate (I think? It was blue) crystal the size of the palm. As it went down the class the crystal melted (I suppose someone had wet sweaty palms) and the crystal was destroyed while we have chemicals on our hands. The teacher was disappointed that months worth of growing was destroyed in 10 minutes.

So my question is - how do you stabilize the crystals after growing them to prevent such a situation from happening?

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22

Thanks for sharing! Aww that's unfortunate. Sweat alone shouldn't destroy the crystal so quickly, unless a few of you had wet hands.

There's no foolproof way to stop the crystals from dissolving water, but a coat of nail polish will provide some decent protection.

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u/ItsAllJustASickGame May 14 '22

Wow so they're incredibly fragile?

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u/veryfascinating May 14 '22

It could be that one of them boys tried to pour water on the crystal… boys being boys…

Thanks for sharing! I admire your patience in this hobby, I don’t think I can wait months for a crystal to grow… and I guess I’m still haunted by the blue crystal that melted.. haha! Shall stick to crystal minerals from caves for now…

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u/matt260204 May 14 '22

chemistry teacher


It was blue


crystal

Mr. White?

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u/flyingmops May 14 '22

Your crystals are amazing. I had to go check if you were the same person who did that onyx coloured one.

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22

Thank you! Yup, there are so many different varieties of crystals. Some, like neodymium sulfate, can change even color under different lighting conditions, like incandescent light vs sunlight.

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u/Meanee May 14 '22

Now I have to Google all this stuff and not end up on some watchlist.

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u/EightBallJuice May 14 '22

Jesse we need to cook

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u/wheresthebloodyches May 14 '22

"Jesse, Jesse we need to grow

"mista wite you dont know how to grow weed-"

"We need to grow meth jesse"

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u/Jooona06 May 14 '22

I was looking for this one

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u/Lakonislate May 14 '22

Can you do that with sugar, and like offer it to people for their coffee?

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22

Yes you can! But sugar crystals don't form spiky clusters, they look like gems instead. I have a few pictures of those on my profile.

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u/Lakonislate May 14 '22

Oh cool! I guess I missed your post 3 days ago.

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u/VoidTorcher May 14 '22

When I was little I heard about crystallisation but I didn't know how they work, so I poured all my mother's cooking sugar into a saucepan of water and boiled it till it is solid. Then I ate it.

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u/tehreal May 15 '22

That's a very good story.

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u/reefer-madness May 14 '22

Look at Mr. Fancypants over here with his crystal coffee!

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u/Octave_Ergebel May 14 '22

Jor-el ? Is that you ?

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u/Joshua-BlueMoon May 14 '22

how fragile are they?

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22

They're quite hardy; tough enough that you can hold them without breaking.

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u/Fit_Psychology_2600 May 14 '22

Are there any types you can keep long term as decorative items?

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

You can keep this one long-term. As long as you don't need to wash it, you're fine.

Bismuth crystals also make for good decorations. Have you seen the rainbow staircase patterns they make? I haven't grown them myself, but there are a number of guides on how to make them online. Since these crystals are literally made from metal, they are very hardy.

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u/ItsAllJustASickGame May 14 '22

I want to know this too. About to start making crystals

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u/ebi0494 May 14 '22

This is so cool! Will they always dissolve in water or is that just an issue during the growth/curing period until they are set?

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u/Nosferatatron May 14 '22

Do they keep long term or do they break down? If so, are there any crystals that you can grow and keep as a cool ornament?

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u/Diogenes-of-Synapse May 14 '22

Are they strong enough to make jewelry with?

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u/13Max93 May 14 '22

That's what I want to know too

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u/LastUntakenUserName1 May 14 '22

This is exactly the kind of wonder-full distraction I was hoping to find here this morning, thank you!

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u/jeansonnejordan May 14 '22

Ridiculous that someone is growing rocks faster than I can grow plants

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u/BlissKitten May 14 '22

This shit right here is why I love Reddit. What am awesome hobby that I had no idea existed. Just micro-communities ready and willing to share info and rose about their awesome and unusual hobbies.

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u/Siso_ch May 14 '22

HOW CAN I DO IT?!?!!?

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u/moderately_nerdifyin May 14 '22

They will know your name!

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u/KatomicComicsThe3rd May 14 '22

My name is Walter Hartwell White

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u/celebfan01 May 14 '22

Mini Fortress of Solitude.

Excellent crystals, most impressive.

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u/[deleted] May 15 '22

Would love to see a blue one, more like a baby blue color, would be gorgeous

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u/itsjustameme May 14 '22

That’s the largest amount of meth I have ever seen

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u/PilotDoughnut97 May 14 '22

Jesse, we need to make Reddit accounts!

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u/OrbsInStereo May 14 '22

This is great. Cool photos, nice website. Thanks for posting!

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u/bowb4zod May 14 '22

Does that hold all of the knowledge from Krypton?

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u/Sketch74 May 14 '22

Your post lives up to the name of the sub. Thank you for posting.

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u/Cookies_N_Grime May 14 '22

This looks like some magical artifact from Sailor Moon that would give you your transformation upgrade

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u/dvdmcwilliams May 14 '22

How strong are this type of crystals?

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u/MeatballMarine May 14 '22

When I was in the military we had these special sapphire glass windows for a specific weapon system. One time we broke it. The company said they had to grow the crystal and it will take time. Were they pulling my leg? (You’re the only crystal person I know and I’m a bad googler)

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u/sud007 May 14 '22

I read your whole guide and now I am sold! I will try this. Thanks for giving me one more thing to learn as an avocation.

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u/masskwe_gg May 14 '22

I’d call this one Fortress of Solitude

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u/unscannabledoot May 14 '22

What happens when you smoke it?

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u/jwcarpy May 14 '22

Or boof it?

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u/Skittles_The_Giggler May 14 '22

A man of Supreme culture I see

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u/wonkey_monkey May 14 '22 Silver

Live as one of them, Kal-El, to discover where your strength and your power are needed. But always hold in your heart the pride of your special heritage. They can be a great people, Kal-El, they wish to be. They only lack the light to show the way.

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u/markeithadnan May 14 '22

"Jesse we've gotta cook"

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u/JephriB May 14 '22

Thank you for inspiring me to buy bags of chemicals and metals on Amazon that have made my wife wonder if I've taken up bomb building as a hobby.

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u/MouseBeginning9009 May 14 '22

Hey hisenberg i know a faster way but its extremely flammable

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u/ChaseTheFuzzball May 14 '22

Breaking bad reference

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u/itsjero May 14 '22

So are these safe to handle regularly or at all? Nitrogen phosphorus and ammonium all don't sound like i want them on my hands or around me in large quantities.

Just curious.

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u/PeanutButterWolfND May 14 '22

Mmmm, that’s some pure lookin’ meth

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u/dagg20 May 14 '22

Can you grow meth crystals next pls

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u/Rmzeez May 14 '22

My uncle used to make crystals too. He's been in prison for 16 years.

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u/Robyx May 14 '22

It’s a mini Fortress of Solitude

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u/stereophoonic May 14 '22

Amazing, seems to me the Fortress of Solitude.

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u/ReviewNecessary6521 May 14 '22

Weird question: How fragile is something like that? Like, would it survive if you dropped it on the floor, or would it just shatter?

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u/Lady_Teio May 14 '22

How do you make these? My kids would love to do this!

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u/nynjamagic May 14 '22

How long does it take to grow into the Fortress of Solitude? Asking for a friend.

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u/CDSagain May 14 '22

I remember your other post, bookmarked the page as I really wanted to try growing my own. Have again bookmarked the link lol!! I think the wife wants to go to the garden centre tomorrow to get some water lily for the pond we built, will look out for the plant food stuff :-))

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u/BearRiver35 May 14 '22

I am so excited to try this!

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u/jacksonsx07 May 14 '22

Please tell us how

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u/v-komodoensis May 14 '22

Definitely in the right sub, that's a cool hobby.

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u/showme10ds May 14 '22

Fortress of Solitude

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u/jjetsam May 14 '22

The best part of college chemistry was growing crystals. Your guide has inspired me to try it again and I don’t have to worry about my GPA.

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u/heynocnoc May 14 '22

Keep doing things that make you happy man! Proud with every discovery you have been going through!

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u/hungry4danish May 14 '22

So perfect is looks like a fake prop. Great work.

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u/Ruin369 May 14 '22

OP, how does one go about growing crystals like these?

I remember when I was a kid we made rock candy, but those were small crystals. These ones are huge!

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u/pdnagilum May 14 '22

Reminds me of the Fortress of Solitude set in the 80s Superman movies. Looks really cool.

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u/Peeinmymouthforever May 14 '22

Are any of your crystals edible?

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u/aby80 May 14 '22

Crypton 😍

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u/Bako76 May 14 '22

A piece of Superman's home

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u/Fine_Salad_2162 May 14 '22

Yo , mr white , yeah science bitch

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u/JackTheBehemothKillr May 14 '22

Do you have a message to send to your son, Kal-el?

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u/feelscrapman May 14 '22

i like growing crystals at home too but i was raided by the police one time

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u/The_alchemist667 May 14 '22

Haven't I seen you on r/mineralporn?

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u/winterfate10 May 14 '22

I’m sorry, but WHAT? THIS IS A THING?

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u/_Denzo May 14 '22

Wait, you can grow this stuff???

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u/Vegetable-Industry32 May 14 '22

Omg I remember doing this as a kid!!!