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Bodies , Club, and Logic: ALL forms of mercury are classified as a GENETIC TERMINATOR. Thirrmosal is 49.5% mercury Like Reply Message 1d Edited Hide 17 Replies Nope Like Reply Message d Please, prove me wrong Like Reply Message 1d The Logic of Science Let me try to explain it this way. Sodium is extremely reactive. It literally explodes when it touches water Chlorine is highly toxic at anything but very low doses. Table salt (aka sodium chloride) is 50% sodium and 50% chlorine. Does that mean that it will explode when it touches water and give you chlorine poisoning? Obviously not. When sodium and chlorine are together, they change each others properties, and neither chemical behaves the way it would by itself The same thing is true with mercury. The ethyl group in ethyl- mercury changes the mercury's properties, just like the chlorine changes the sodium's properties P.S. No forms of mercury are classified as "genetic terminators because that is not a term that is used to classify chemicals. It's literally a made-up term th 0592 Like Reply 1m Edited at no regulatory bodies use The Logic of Science As a final note, you have the burden of proof backwards when you insist that other people need to prove you wrong. You made the claim, therefore you are responsible for providing evidence to support the claim. No one is obligated to discredit the claim or take it seriously until you have provided evidence 0S66 laughoutloud-club: Anti-vax gets destroyed
Bodies , Club, and Logic: ALL forms of mercury are classified as a GENETIC
 TERMINATOR.
 Thirrmosal is 49.5% mercury
 Like Reply Message 1d Edited
 Hide 17 Replies
 Nope
 Like Reply Message d
 Please, prove me wrong
 Like Reply Message 1d
 The Logic of Science Let me try to explain it this way. Sodium is
 extremely reactive. It literally explodes when it touches water
 Chlorine is highly toxic at anything but very low doses. Table salt
 (aka sodium chloride) is 50% sodium and 50% chlorine. Does that
 mean that it will explode when it touches water and give you
 chlorine poisoning? Obviously not. When sodium and chlorine are
 together, they change each others properties, and neither
 chemical behaves the way it would by itself
 The same thing is true with mercury. The ethyl group in ethyl-
 mercury changes the mercury's properties, just like the chlorine
 changes the sodium's properties
 P.S. No forms of mercury are classified as "genetic terminators
 because that is not a term that is used to classify chemicals. It's
 literally a made-up term th
 0592
 Like Reply 1m Edited
 at no regulatory bodies use
 The Logic of Science As a final note, you have the burden of
 proof backwards when you insist that other people need to prove
 you wrong. You made the claim, therefore you are responsible for
 providing evidence to support the claim. No one is obligated to
 discredit the claim or take it seriously until you have provided
 evidence
 0S66
laughoutloud-club:

Anti-vax gets destroyed

laughoutloud-club: Anti-vax gets destroyed

Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit Posted by u/tmurg375 15h What's a secret your SO still doesn't know about you, and why have you kept it secret? Discussion 4 3.0k 2.8k Share BEST COMMENTS Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s.. Jollyskin 13 6画2-8h About eight years ago I discovered my wife's sister's reddit account accidentally. It was a variation of a username she'd used for AIM before, but with different numbers and no underscore (the numbers were a significant date to her though). There were too many coincidences in her posts for it not to be her. She was posting on the relationship advice sub- reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd known something was off about him, but couldn't really put our finger on it. I created another ac- count that I only accessed from incognito mode to send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her family or friends (but kinda steered her towards us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and I make a bunch of money but we live well within our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap- pearances, so it was an understandable concern) I slowly, over several weeks and several different posts she made, convinced her that it's possible her family realizes something isn't quite right and would not consider it a burden to help her out. After their divorce I deleted that account, Nobodv will ever know that the random internet stranger who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL to reach out to her family for help and leave her abusive marriage was actually me. Reply 12.0k positive-memes: Wholesome Brother in Law
Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit
 Posted by u/tmurg375 15h
 What's a secret your SO still doesn't
 know about you, and why have you
 kept it secret?
 Discussion
 4 3.0k
 2.8k
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s..
 Jollyskin 13 6画2-8h
 About eight years ago I discovered my wife's
 sister's reddit account accidentally. It was a
 variation of a username she'd used for AIM before,
 but with different numbers and no underscore
 (the numbers were a significant date to her
 though). There were too many coincidences in her
 posts for it not to be her.
 She was posting on the relationship advice sub-
 reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd
 known something was off about him, but couldn't
 really put our finger on it. I created another ac-
 count that I only accessed from incognito mode to
 send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her
 family or friends (but kinda steered her towards
 us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a
 burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and
 I make a bunch of money but we live well within
 our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap-
 pearances, so it was an understandable concern)
 I slowly, over several weeks and several different
 posts she made, convinced her that it's possible
 her family realizes something isn't quite right and
 would not consider it a burden to help her out.
 After their divorce I deleted that account, Nobodv
 will ever know that the random internet stranger
 who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL
 to reach out to her family for help and leave her
 abusive marriage was actually me.
 Reply 12.0k
positive-memes:
Wholesome Brother in Law

positive-memes: Wholesome Brother in Law

Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit Posted by u/tmurg375 15h What's a secret your SO still doesn't know about you, and why have you kept it secret? Discussion T 3.0k 2.8k Share BEST COMMENTS Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s... About eight years ago I discovered my wife's sister's reddit account accidentally, It was a variation of a username she'd used for AIM before, but with different numbers and no underscore (the numbers were a significant date to her though). There were too many coincidences in her posts for it not to be her. She was posting on the relationship advice sub- reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd known something was off about him, but couldn't really put our finger on it. I created another ac- count that I only accessed from incognito mode to send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her family or friends (but kinda steered her towards us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and I make a bunch of money but we live well within our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap- pearances, so it was an understandable concern). I slowly, over several weeks and several different posts she made, convinced her that it's possible her family realizes something isn't quite right and would not consider it a burden to help her out. After their divorce I deleted that account. Nobody will ever know that the random internet stranger who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL to reach out to her family for help and leave her abusive marriage was actually me. * Reply 12.0k
Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit
 Posted by u/tmurg375 15h
 What's a secret your SO still doesn't
 know about you, and why have you
 kept it secret?
 Discussion
 T 3.0k
 2.8k
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s...
 About eight years ago I discovered my wife's
 sister's reddit account accidentally, It was a
 variation of a username she'd used for AIM before,
 but with different numbers and no underscore
 (the numbers were a significant date to her
 though). There were too many coincidences in her
 posts for it not to be her.
 She was posting on the relationship advice sub-
 reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd
 known something was off about him, but couldn't
 really put our finger on it. I created another ac-
 count that I only accessed from incognito mode to
 send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her
 family or friends (but kinda steered her towards
 us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a
 burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and
 I make a bunch of money but we live well within
 our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap-
 pearances, so it was an understandable concern).
 I slowly, over several weeks and several different
 posts she made, convinced her that it's possible
 her family realizes something isn't quite right and
 would not consider it a burden to help her out.
 After their divorce I deleted that account. Nobody
 will ever know that the random internet stranger
 who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL
 to reach out to her family for help and leave her
 abusive marriage was actually me.
 *
 Reply
 12.0k
Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit Posted by u/tmurg375 15h What's a secret your SO still doesn't know about you, and why have you kept it secret? Discussion 4 3.0k 2.8k Share BEST COMMENTS Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s.. Jollyskin 13 6画2-8h About eight years ago I discovered my wife's sister's reddit account accidentally. It was a variation of a username she'd used for AIM before, but with different numbers and no underscore (the numbers were a significant date to her though). There were too many coincidences in her posts for it not to be her. She was posting on the relationship advice sub- reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd known something was off about him, but couldn't really put our finger on it. I created another ac- count that I only accessed from incognito mode to send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her family or friends (but kinda steered her towards us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and I make a bunch of money but we live well within our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap- pearances, so it was an understandable concern) I slowly, over several weeks and several different posts she made, convinced her that it's possible her family realizes something isn't quite right and would not consider it a burden to help her out. After their divorce I deleted that account, Nobodv will ever know that the random internet stranger who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL to reach out to her family for help and leave her abusive marriage was actually me. Reply 12.0k Wholesome Brother in Law
Advice, Family, and Friends: r/AskReddit
 Posted by u/tmurg375 15h
 What's a secret your SO still doesn't
 know about you, and why have you
 kept it secret?
 Discussion
 4 3.0k
 2.8k
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 Honkey_McCracker.9h I hate her homemade spaghetti s..
 Jollyskin 13 6画2-8h
 About eight years ago I discovered my wife's
 sister's reddit account accidentally. It was a
 variation of a username she'd used for AIM before,
 but with different numbers and no underscore
 (the numbers were a significant date to her
 though). There were too many coincidences in her
 posts for it not to be her.
 She was posting on the relationship advice sub-
 reddit. Her (now ex-) husband was abusive. We'd
 known something was off about him, but couldn't
 really put our finger on it. I created another ac-
 count that I only accessed from incognito mode to
 send her encouragement to leave, and to ask her
 family or friends (but kinda steered her towards
 us) for help. She didn't want to impose or be a
 burden on any of them (we'd just had a kid, and
 I make a bunch of money but we live well within
 our means so you wouldn't think this based on ap-
 pearances, so it was an understandable concern)
 I slowly, over several weeks and several different
 posts she made, convinced her that it's possible
 her family realizes something isn't quite right and
 would not consider it a burden to help her out.
 After their divorce I deleted that account, Nobodv
 will ever know that the random internet stranger
 who was weirdly persistent in encouraging my SIL
 to reach out to her family for help and leave her
 abusive marriage was actually me.
 Reply 12.0k
Wholesome Brother in Law

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