Some schoolboy playing IC2 may came to think, that industrial diamonds are actually made with silicon or that solar panels created with coal dust or something. This why i decide to create a thread to list a noticed differencies between real life and IC2. Everyone are welcome to join me in that. Of cource everything redstone related in IC2 absolutely magical, so there is no need to write about it.
1. Common technology of gaining industrial diamonds (at form of very tiny crystals):
1.1 Ultra hight pressure and temperature at pure carbon.
1.2 Implosion compressing (glory to Greg and GT! And yet - it still a thin dust)
1.3 Sedimentation from methane (gas) at 1100 C.
1.4 Sedimentation from molten carbon dissolved in metal.
2. Vulcanized rubber are black, because it have artificially added so called «Carbon Black». Rubber, that are contain «Carbon Black» never used as electrical insulators, because adding it in compound will raising electrical conductivity of rubber. Rubber for electrical insulation purposes without any dyes are have dirty pale yellow color.
3. Creating incandescent light bulb with tin wire - bad idea. Tin is one of the most easily fusible metal. You need a tungsten and vacuum. Ok, there is no tungsten in IC2, but even iron or uranium makes more sense.
P.S.: Yep, i'm bored.