How Geocaching Works
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The fun and “reactions” involved in caching are different for everyone. To our somewhat scientific minds this is intriguing. To better understand these differences we have broken geocaching into what we believe to be its basic building blocks. This is TnTC’s Periodic Table of Caching.
According to most there are 92 naturally occurring elements so we thought it fair to have 92 elements of caching. As always, in science and geocaching, there is room for new discovery.
Description: This element makes small caches look big.
Cautions: When the HUMAN element comes in contact with the NANO element the following side effects can occur: headache, eye strain, foul language, and repeated head shaking. The HUMAN element will also tend to repeat the phrase - "I have already looked there!" to other HUMAN elements in the vicinity.
Once the element has been found additional side effects may occur while taking out and replacing the log - hand cramping, tongue biting, facial contortions, additional foul language - if attempts to roll the log exceeds 4 hours, please contact your doctor immediately.
Most unique physical property: Smaller than the Nano element itself is the log associated with said element.
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