Eun Moo (Cloud and Fog) on the liquor

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

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Re: Eun Moo (Cloud and Fog) on the liquor

by tingjunkie » Jan 12th, '12, 23:08

TIM wrote:
tingjunkie wrote:
TIM wrote:If you heat up good soy sauce to almost a boil and pour into a good pre-heated hagi bowl. You will see the C&F too. Soy Qi :lol:
You jest, but I had a soy and ginger marinated Spam Musubi today which made me food drunk. Big time sleepy Qi.
MSG qi bro :lol:
Nah, it's that Itis Qi!

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Re: Eun Moo (Cloud and Fog) on the liquor

by needaTEAcher » Jan 13th, '12, 02:22

Nah, it's that Itis Qi![/quote]

That's what you see when you boil a triple bacon cheeseburger with donuts for bread.

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Eun Moo (Cloud and Fog) on the liquor

by Muadeeb » Jan 17th, '15, 17:43

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You can see it in green tea too, like how this chun me shows the eun moo if you put it in some sunlight streaming through a window.

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Re: Eun Moo (Cloud and Fog) on the liquor

by BioHorn » Sep 28th, '15, 23:42

KyaraZen posted a nice recent article on Eun Moo. (Thank you.) His thread is here: ... ts#p271694

And a link to the PDF of the paper is here:

Dynamics of microdroplets over the surface of hot water
Takahiro Umeki,1 Masahiko Ohata,1 Hiizu Nakanishi∗,2, ∗ and Masatoshi Ichikawa1
1Department of Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502, Japan 2Department of Physics, Kyushu University, Fukuoka 812-8581, Japan (Dated: January 6, 2015)

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