Whatsit Jan. 25

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I know what some will guess & they will be wrong.


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  2. PixelRabbit

    PixelRabbit A naughty little bunny...

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    You mean cat litter?
     
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    Floor dry for soaking up oil?
     
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    Looks like crushed stone that would be used around a foundation for drainage.
     
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    Or is it filter media to remove ammonia in a fish tank?
     
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    Interesting shot, because I know(or am led to believe) that it's a macro shot. Otherwise, my eyes were tricked into thinking that it looked like a non-macro shot of typical gravel.

    With the assumptions that I have about the shot, I will agree with PixelRabbit that it looks like cat litter(or some other type of porous/absorbant rock).
     
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    I like the idea of it being a filter of some sorts. It does looks like crushed stone.

    Is it a water filter for a sink?
     
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    No more guesses for a bit now, so I'll throw out my third one : desiccant?
     
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    As in silicon dioxide?
     
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    Although there are many compounds used as desiccants…
     
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    Nope!

    Actually, Pixel Rabbit got it with the first post - Kitty litter.
     

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