BBC reports "Darkest Ever" material created.

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  1. BBC reports "Darkest Ever" material created.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7190107.stm

    Pah, dark? Thats nothing to some of the stuff I've read on ARRSE.

    But, they have thrown down the gauntlet and it sounds like a challenge worthy of the NAAFI bar! Who can create the darkest material here....
    :twisted:

    PS. Nothing from Belgium though. Thats not dark, its just sick
     
  2. when they can make this into t-shirts I'll be happy.

    I know a few people who are atmosphere absorbers, the life just gets sucked right out of the room when they enter, maybe scientists should be studying them?
     
  3. I've done some monumental Guinness poos in my time that could give their stuff a run for its money.
     
  4. 1st one to make a "sickest piece of writing" thread gets a cookie
     
  5. but Guinness poo wouldn't be one atom thick - you need prune juice, egg and prawn madras, pure filtered orange juice and a yoplait that has been left out in the sun all day to help get the consistency down! 8)
     
  6. Nope - the BBC have got it wrong. Biscuits brown is the darkest material ever created. 8O
     
  7. Pampas produced "The perfect absorber" years ago. Theirs is white!