Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by Cyperium, Jul 23, 2008.
i thought ash was made of ash, but i guess i was wrong. thanks for the information.
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That is according to vitalists, "organic" chemists, and biogenic petroleum geologists. Ask them why they believe that don't ask me. Carbon is abiotic.
Which is why some forest fires are quite natural and sometimes should be left to burn.
Well ok.. I don't know about vitalists and I don't know what exactly you mean by "organic" chemists but I very much doubt that biogenic petroleum geologists think that carbon is alive. It's retarded.
Apparently a certain dipstick can't figure out the difference between carbon chemistry and organic chemistry.
Organic Chemistry is a subject, so is Biochemistry, they intersect, but they're in different parts of the campus usually. Both involve carbon chemistry. Carbon chemistry involves carbon (I think).
Now, what the hell is: "a campus"?
I suggest you do some reading and come back to us when you have some knowledge and wisdom at your disposal.
Please enlighten us oh omniscient one.
Congratulations. Now you can apply to college.
You really are a dipstick, right?
Carbon chemistry is the chemistry that the schools of Physics, Mineralogy, Biochemistry, Biology, and Organic Chemistry have got covered.
So, you know what a college is, huh?
You don't know what organic chemistry is.
Organic means carbon because vitalists are retarded.
Coming from you.. :bugeye:
Now look up "biotic".
From the dictionary you used:
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Where does it say in the definition that organic means carbon. Explain it to me, I'm dumb.
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Reading comprehension problems?
What don't you understand ? I will explain.
Heh.. never mind you are too stupid anyway.
You should read and quote the definition you deliberately ignored.
So there's a dipstick (who looks much like another dipstick who fails to understand the difference between carbon chemistry and organic chemistry) who doesn't think organic chemistry or biochemistry is carbon chemistry.
Now we got a spare dipstick.
Still waiting to hear what the difference is. Please go learn what organic chemistry is so you can sound intelligent.
Is there another one??
Now there's a dipstick who looks like they think organic and carbon aren't any different, they want to hear something that explains the difference?
I read it alright.
It says that something organic is made of carbon compounds, relates to carbon compounds, or contains carbon compounds.
It does not say the organic means carbon.
Separate names with a comma.