This posting is out of the norm for me but that video caught my eye.
This video is of an experiment that was conducted in Oita, Japan to demonstrate just how much tar your lungs collect when you smoke. 400 cigarettes (or 20 packs) are unwrapped and one by one are burned in a process called the electrolization method. The smoke from the cigarettes is drawn through a small bottle of water (the water acts much like your lungs) before the smoke is released into the air. Note the color of the water as more and more tar is collected in it. After the tar is extracted from the cigarettes into the water, the liquid is boiled in a process known as the vaporization method. Take a look at what is left behind.
To point things in perspective:
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