"AIDS Treatment News" online * New Issue #302 (searchable/indexed)

johnburgin at worldnet.att.net johnburgin at worldnet.att.net
Wed Oct 21 18:01:16 EST 1998


On 21 Oct 1998 16:43:18 GMT, carlton at walleye.ccbr.umn.edu (Carlton
Hogan) wrote:

>In article <362dd6f4.1277652441 at netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
> <johnburgin at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>>On 16 Oct 1998 17:27:18 GMT, carlton at walleye.ccbr.umn.edu (Carlton
>>Hogan) wrote:
>>
>>>In article <3623d68e.622091374 at netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
>>> <johnburgin at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>was so poisonous, or caused AIDS, how could pairing the same dose 
>>>>>with another nuke *improve* clinical outcome?
>>>>Beats me, maybe some kind of reductionist synergism, like mixing two
>>>>highly toxic poisons, sodium with Chlorine, to make table salt.
>>>
>>>You have aspired to your loftiest apex of genius yet. Please provide
>>>any plausible chemical reaction through which this could occur.
>>
>>2Na  +  Cl2  > 2 NaCl  , um, that was what you wanted, wasn't it? jb
>
>You are wrong about this as well. Na and Cl bond only as ionic forms
>dissolved in water. Try and get at least one scientific fact corect
>per decade, hmm?

Well, apparently you are correct.  "Technically", that is.  Of course,
if one were to snort a little Chlorine gas and "pop" a little sodium
metal, I would think the results independent of their union(table
salt) would be nothing short of disastrous, even if they were, as you
say so correctly, only the ionic forms dissolved in water.  You can't
even spell correct, correctly,  meathead.  jb
>
>Carlton




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