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Quite possibly the worst study on ecigs ever?

Discussion in 'Valley Vapor' started by PVPuff&Stuff, Jan 22, 2015.

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  1. PVPuff&Stuff

    PVPuff&Stuff Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

  2. PVPuff&Stuff

    PVPuff&Stuff Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    He then goes on to state that the lungs would be uncomfortable because the vapor would be so hot. Classify that as a General Concept Error? Vapor is cool in temperature.
     
  3. renacer

    renacer Senior Member

    Jan 27, 2015
    Clearwater, FL
    Do batteries even do that? Wouldn't even a mech mod short out or burst into flames after that long?
     
  4. PVPuff&Stuff

    PVPuff&Stuff Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Yeah I wouldn't try holding a battery powered on for that long...something is guaranteed to fail.

    I understand (I think) why they did it that way. For studies with smokes, they lit it, and burnt the entire thing to be analyzed. Figure out tar, nic, etc etc per smoke. It's just not the same with e-cigs at all.

    Classified as a General Concept Error. Trying to use old methods to quantify toxins in a new product.

    Can you even imagine a 1 minute long hit? Great googlymoogly that'd hurt.
     
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