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Milk Experiment #1: Did You Bother?

Editor's Note: Troy apparently didn't know how to set the date on his computer, as the mail was sent in August of 1997.

From: Troy Rumfelt <tro...@d...>
To: danfuzz@milk.com
Subject: ph of milk?
Date: Sun, 13 Aug 1995 23:41:37 -0500

I am a student writing research paper on dariy products and I would like
to know if you could tell me the ph of both fresh and spoild cow milk.

Thanks, 

Troy Rumfelt


From: Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@milk.com>
To: Troy Rumfelt <tro...@d...>
Subject: ph of milk?
Date: Thu Aug 14 09:50:14 -0700 1997

>I am a student writing research paper on dariy products and I would like
>to know if you could tell me the ph of both fresh and spoild cow milk.

It's 429.58 and 101.30 respectively. Really, did you bother looking at
any of the web pages?

-dan


From: Troy Rumfelt <troy@d...>
To: Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@milk.com>
Subject: Re: ph of milk?
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 23:26:03 -0500

Dan,

Those ph numbers are a little high I am looking for something more like
6.6 - 6.8.  Really, did you even bother reading the question.

Your Friend,

-Troy


From: Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@milk.com>
To: Troy Rumfelt <troy@d...>
Subject: Re: ph of milk?
Date: Fri Aug 15 09:49:47 -0700 1997

>Those ph numbers are a little high I am looking for something more like
>6.6 - 6.8.  Really, did you even bother reading the question.

Of course I read the question, but had you read the web site you'd know
that I have nothing to do with the dairy industry and really know pretty
much zilch about milk other than the fact that I like to drink it.

Moo!

-dan