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[QUOTE=kinabaloo;11824652]DVap, in his blog, states that a NET is not an impure WTA.
That's odd because WTA stands for 'Whole Tobacco Alkaloids' meaning all the alkaloids in tobacco, not just nicotine.
The acronym is not PureWTA (PWTA). The attempt to redefine the term does look a lot like it is being treated as a trademark.
Even more so when later in the blog post it is emphasised how terribly difficult it is to produce and nothing but what DVap is involved
[QUOTE=kinabaloo;11839171]DVap - The history behind WTA. which you have written me out of, said that the problem with traditional NRTs, including vaping, was that it dide not take into account the full spectrum of alkaloids.
Purity is a different matter. A NET is a WTA, no question.
You are redefing WTA as a OTA (Only tabocco alkaloids) - you are free to do that. but either coin a new phrase or acknowledge that you are re-writing the definition. I will no longer promote
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Received my ohm meter in the mail today. I'm excited about putting it together. I thought I already had all the needed tools, but evidently I need rosin core solder and not acid core which I already had. My only complaint so far is that I needed to get online to view the instructions. Wish they would have at least put them in with the meter kit. oh well, that shouldn't be an issue to go pick some up.