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We all know about the soda bottle volcano made by Diet Pepsi and Mentos. It causes a huge explosion! Now say someone drank Pepsi then ate a mento with it; what will happen? I got an email about a child who did this and died right away...can it really cause deaths?
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-MC

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  1. If you google it, it will come up with facts, videos, and more. What email was this how interesting

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    posted by Missy
  2. It was a forward... and I know that Google is always a choice, I just wanted a reliable link from one of the volunteers. Thanks though
    -MC

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  3. no probs just wanted to help.

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    posted by Missy
  4. I understand...I'm about to go Google it right now =]
    -MC

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