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  1. Experimental Compound F4-RP
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  3. This theoretical compound should allow our station crew to, in the case of catastrophic pod failure, to naturally propel themselves to safety via efficient flatus.
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  5. Start by gathering eggs and milk from the kitchen, and bring them to the nearest chem dispenser. Carbonate the milk, set aside. Prepare fartonium, set aside. Mix eggs with a ratio 3:2:1 Ratio of Egg, Welder fuel, and plasma.
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  7. Freeze the egg fuel base. Add carbon milk first, then combine a 1:1 Ratio of fartonium.
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  9. ADMINISTRATION
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  11. it is imperative that the mixture is taken before flight, however there are risks to using this compound. Subject must periodically release flatus, for while the buildup of gas from digesting the compound is relatively steady, the sheer volume is extremely dangerous without periodic release.
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  13. Previous tests have shown that a period between 90-120 seconds allows for subjects to receive no negative effects. Failure to regulate gas buildup can lead to various hazardous effects, including but no limited to:
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  15. °Involuntary propulsion. Particularly dangerous inside stations, as the subject will likely move at extreme speed.
  16. °Spontaneous combustion
  17. °Emission of toxic gases due to the reagents reacting to gastric compounds
  18. °Spontaneous, catastrophic detonation, similar to a smaller scale canister failure
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  20. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERSE EFFECTS
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  22. Subjects Should not consume other compounds, foods or drinks at the same time as the compound, as there have been cases of intestinal blockage, shortly resolved by the resulting gas discharge. While this is not a problem in low atmospheric environments, the resulting mess is a biohazard, and previous test subjects witnessing said blowout have experienced distress from these events, and reports of physical harm from high speed organic objects propelled by the discharge of gas has been reported
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