Plot[ edit ] The Yooks and Zooks live on opposite sides of a long curving wall. The narrator of the story is a Yook child whose grandfather takes him to the wall, explaining he is a retired soldier. The Yooks wear blue clothes; the Zooks wear orange.
And this has some Blur in it, too. Blur is very dangerous; you don't wanna mix Blur with Blur. What's that, brake fluid? Diethylene glycol isn't gonna burn fast enough to do anything!
Writers don't want to teach their audience how to make bombs. Something about "not wanting to be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of innocent souls. So, to avoid liability issues and criminal charges, some critical ingredient for the explosive is removed, replaced with something less volatile or referred to vaguely as "stuff", "my secret ingredient", or similar.
Speculative Fiction will usually make the "other stuff" Unobtanium or some real life substance that the average person is highly unlikely to ever come across e. See also Don't Try This at Home. Compare Secret Ingredientwhich is about being tasty rather than explosive. Contrast Noodle Implementswhere you know exactly what's going to be used, and absolutely nothing about how.
They list up the components as they do, except they're all censored by a Sound-Effect Bleep. The translation notes snarkily mention that while they could list the components, "no way are we going to teach a bunch of Otaku to make bombs.
You'll have to look this stuff up on the internet like everybody else.
In-Universe in Fullmetal Alchemist. In episode 2 of Brotherhood, Ed exactingly lists the chemical composition of a human body down to "silicon, 3 grams" just before his and Al's disastrous attempt at human transmutation.
In the next episode, Ed rattles off the same list to Rose, but with everything less than grams elided under "various other things".
The strip had The Joker explaining how to make his lethal Joker venom but censored out the names of various ingredients but left in comments like "You'll need to go to the hardware store for that". The joke, of course, being that you couldn't make the entirely fictitious Joker venom even if you did know what it contained.
In an issue of G. Special MissionsLightfoot explains how how he is MacGyvering a fuel-air explosive out of supplies found in an enemy bunker. However, the panels have censor boxes placed over them so the reader cannot see what he is actually doing. Films — Live-Action In Fight ClubTyler Durden asserts that napalm will be created by mixing equal parts gasoline and concentrated orange juice.
The book's versions are also intentionally untrue. In the film Tremorsregarding the pipe bombs made by the Crazy Survivalist: What the hell's in those things, Burt? A few household chemicals in the proper proportions. The drugs that Zeke makes in The Faculty are made from "caffeine pills and some other household shit.
Hollow Man has the Invisible Man creating nitroglycerin in the matter of five minutes or so when it's such a volatile liquid you have to measure both temperature and quantities so the nitro doesn't explode while you're mixing it.
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