The invisible ink My discovery by Steve Ramsey

If you want to write a letter with a spot of invisible ink, I have discovered the solution for you

Sure many companies including Amazon selling the blue ink but it is expensive and you need UV light etc. Assemble the components: ink into a cartridge, cartridge into the Lam y pen, UV protective eyewear in place and the UV flashlight on. You can write any hidden messages on documents for your eyes only.

The only drawback the is that if you’re sending the message to anyone, they will at the very least need access to a black light to read or view your message. Additionally, if they don’t know it’s there, it’s likely that they won’t ever look

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I’m thinking about penning some bills so that when they’re used at nightclubs that have an abundance of black light, the owners might see a funny picture or message. I mostly like to use this at home when writing notes to friends. I will use a standard ink for my note. In addition, I will add artwork and poems using invisible ink as a special hidden message from me. Using the eyewear for prolonged use with the UV flashlight helps against eyestrain. And the ink really pops. The lines are smooth and there’s very little feathering.

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A concern is that without frequent use, the nib my not release the ink in an adequate flow and if I’m not using the UV flashlight I won’t notice. If I’m simply looking for ink flow which can be seen right before it dries, I realize that I will sometimes overcompensate with pressure and dent the paper which ruins the surprise.

My advice, use a UV light source so you can see what you’re doing. Make sure you have adequate ink flow before beginning your design. And try to use less pressure to avoid denting the paper and revealing your message.

But my discovery of new ink that does not need black light and other extra items to buy is easy and better, fast and reliable.

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Back in 1976, I discovered that if I take a moderate size fish gallbladder and put the gallbladder liquid in a pen and write on a paper the writing cannot be seen in the daylight and you can read the letter in the dark.

I used to research on an animal who has phosphor lamination ability as some fish skin do have it so are the scorpions and chameleons. Many other deep sea creatures do have this ability.

My discovery of the invisible ink from the fish gallbladder can be used to write secret letters that only be seen in the dark or can be used as light markers and guides in the dark in some areas. Until now I didn’t patent my discovery so here I am opening the Pandora box of my 500 discovery that I have and yet no one knows about them.

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But please be careful when you handle the fish gallbladder DO NOT EAT IT, HANDEL IT WITH CARE AS IT IS A POISON here is some background of the fish gallbladder side effects

The fish gallbladder is considered a traditional medicine to treat rheumatism, decreased visual acuity, and urticaria and to increase sexual vitality.

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However, it can lead to acute renal failure and acute liver injury as reported in cases of fish poisoning from India, Japan, and Hong Kong.

 The ichthyo-toxic effects of the fish gallbladder are attributed to the presence of a toxin, sodium cyprinol sulfate which is a C27 bile acid.

 The toxin is heat stable and insoluble in alcohol as cases are reported even after consumption of cooked bile.

Fish belonging to the family Cyprinidae are commonly reported for their toxicity. The family includes grass carp (C idellus), common carp (Cyprinuscarpio), and silver carp (Hypophthalmichthysmolitrix), MylopharyngodonpiceusLabeorohita, and Aristichthys nobilis.

Among these, fish of the grass carp variety has been commonly reported for its toxicity but Xuan et al. also reported toxicity secondary to ingestion of shark (minnow) fish (M chrysophekadion) and the bony-lipped barb fish (O melanopi).

Even though fish gallbladder can cause severe systemic complications, toxicity does not occur in all cases. In rural Vietnam, gallbladder from smaller fish is consumed regularly without evident toxicity. Thus it can be said that toxicity is directly proportional to the size and quantity of gallbladder or bile consumed. But no research was done on those who eat those kinds of fish with small gallbladder in the long run.

Following ingestion, almost all patients develop gastrointestinal symptoms within a few hours as reported by Xuan et al. in his series of 17 cases from Vietnam. Deng et al. have also reported extra-renal manifestations of the toxin with deleterious effects on the heart and liver with eventual multi-organ dysfunction syndrome.

STEVE RAMSEY, PhD -OKOTOKS – ALBERTA – CANADA

if you want to work with me to create new tools and toys based on my discovery. You can reach me at drsteveramsey@gmail.com

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