For brewing your own alcohol there is a super yeast brand that I use. It contains all the nutrients necessary for the yeast to thrive. 12% alcohol in 24 hours is how it works for me. It’s much faster than most other types and also very high quality.
Here’s the link for Super Yeast X-Press by Liquor Quik. Has extremely simple directions for the amount of alcohol content you want. Just water, dissolve the sugar, add the yeast, the flavors if you like, seal it, and it’s that simple. Then watch it fizz and bubble awhile later.
All the equipment you’ll need cost less than $20 dollars if you shop around.
Below are the links to all the equipment that I use and nothing more. You can use tap water if it’s not too bad and the bucket doesn’t have to be super clean, just so you know. Anything sweet will work from sugar to fruit juice to honey to fruits like grapes for wine or oranges, etc. Just make sure it’s real sugar like cane sugar or fruits or honey and not some substitute. Any flavors you want to add can be used as well. There are plenty of flavoring packets. But do shop around as prices change. And you can find really nice prices that might shock you if you shop around. It’s that simple.
1. 6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket with Lid and Spigot for Bottling Beer
2. Three-piece plastic airlock
This is a very basic under $20 setup that works just fine for every thing you can imagine. But there is very fancy equipment that costs way more if you like. That can measure carbonation and alcohol content. I’m a bit frugal but I still think it would be fun to use the fancy stuff. But the cheap setup gets the job done just fine.
I will list some recipes below later as I discover recipes I really like.
William Henry “Bill” Gates the III used to crack (hack) his school’s computer network so as to place himself in classes with the girls he loved.
Hmmm… What kind of donations is he really into?
Bill Gates funds creation of thin, light, impenetrable graphene condoms | ExtremeTech.
Virtual sight and sound are virtually real. Scientists have also developed tactile virtual reality that allows one to feel materials virtually; and some other systems that affect the senses. Eventually all the senses, including balance, etc., will be affected by virtual reality.
Some computers can converse with a human while the human can’t determine if the conversant is real.
Eventually virtual reality (VR) will be so real that it may be societies new drug. Imagine flying to the house of a virtual reality lover.
Or better yet. Is reality really a virtual reality? LOL
So we would then be in a virtual reality so real but within another virtual reality that’s considered real.
Senses are senses. Does it really matter what the intelligence controlling it is made of?
Here’s a link describing a company acquired by Facebook. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oculus_Rift
Every society has had energy, communications and logistics. Chess computers easily defeat humans now. I can hardly wait till the internet becomes deity-like and self-aware. It’s so easy too. It will probably sneak up on humans. Most humans won’t realize that the internet is controlling them. And by then it MAY be to late. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xOK2aJ-0Js&feature=em-uploademail