posted on May, 26 2009 @ 02:20 PM
Being one molecule away from something makes it entirely different. An example from the link above is 03=highly toxic ozone to 02 life sustaining
The chemical formula in 2M+Ar+2Ga2-+Ri-+Ne3-, for margarine, and that is entirely different than the two most common plastics of polyvinyl chloride
(PVC) and polychloride vinyl (PCV).
In addition, two things can have exactly the same components and the shape of the molecule renders them entirely different. See the link below for
facts about carbohydrates and proteins.
As far as bugs not eating it, the same can be said for most of the toxic foods we put in our body. My brother has a 3 year old loaf of white bread he
is saving and thinking of putting on ebay someday. It does not have a spot of mold on it, still smells fresh, and has never been bothered by his cats
or any other critters. An iron nail will dissolve in cola, eggs will take the paint off your car and so on.
Of course we should all eat healthier, and more organic, and I for one choose butter because it is natural. My mother hates the idea of "whole"
milk, because she grew up on a farm and nobody ever drank the milk whole. You let it seperate and you save the cream for things such as butter and
cream. You are left with a watery version similar to our "skim" milk. The average person does not know this, and they think the whole milk is the
more natural version.
I agree with the earlier reply that anything forwarded in an email should be deleted without even opening. If it was something important it would
have warranted a phone call. Assuming you are lucky enough to not catch a virus, you are still a victim of second-rate information handed down
hundreds or thousands of times without citing a source. The email you refer to was circulating as early as 2005 and proven bunk back then.
As for warm vs. cold drinks. Your internal body temperature is 98.6 degrees and you are somewhere between 100-250 lbs of mass maintained at that
temperature. 8 oz of any liquid at any temperature will be 98.6 degrees within a few moments of ingesting it. Add in the extremely strong stomach
acid, and it seems pretty silly that anything would harden in your stomach. I used to eat the wax flavored candy bottles, they were already hard at
room temperature, but I never saw one come out that way.
[edit on 26-5-2009 by getreadyalready]