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    Re: star-to-star distances
    From: Fred Hebard
    Date: 2004 Sep 29, 21:19 -0400

    I think I prefer Karo to molasses on pancakes!  Without an overlay of
    oil, the corn syrup was the only sugar solution that didn't bubble in
    the sun; I tested three or four types of molasses, high & low sulfur
    and blackstrap.  I did not test any with an oil overlay, except the
    Karo.  The oil is more reflective than the sugar solutions, at least
    that was my impression.
    On Sep 29, 2004, at 8:41 PM, Jared Sherman wrote:
    > Fred-
    > I'm afraid to ask if molasses might not be a way to use only one fluid
    > then. Ranges from honey brown to "black strap" and I guess you could
    > use some in a skillet and then cook up breakfast in it after reducing
    > the sights?

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