What is the densest non-toxic, easily accessible, inexpensive liquid available?
I think you would have to intentionally layer them like that by pouring very carfeully. If you mixed the whole thing together the milk and water would mix, for example. You'd probably get some really nasty emulsion.
> there is corn on the one hand, and popcorn on the other.
> corn really is the plant, so you can talk about corn kernel
> popcorn is a byproduct, you can't talk about popcorn kernel
Hey op do you have any orange marmelade seeds ? Or bread kernels ?
the kernal makes the popcorn fucking genius
Corn is typically classified into several different groups based on how it's used and it's physical characteristics.
Referring to something as a popcorn kernel isn't incorrect.
They're probably poured carefully. Bartenders make layered drinks with all sorts of miscible liquids. They do this using a bar spoon and making sure that the specific gravity (ratio of density between the liquid and some reference liquid like water) of the liquids are different enough.
>at rt mercury otherwise osmium or tungsten or something like that
Densest non toxic
>at rt orally molasses? Lol idk at rt externally some fluorocarbon c20f42? At body t gallium otherwise osmium or tungsten or something
Densest easily accessible
>at rt molasses? Lol idk otherwise lead
>at rt sulfuric acid (20cents per kilo m8) otherwise steel
Best for all of the above