Of Strange Flesh - re 666 & chemistry (fwd)
Depree, Jonathan A
depreej at lincoln.ac.nz
Tue Jan 7 09:25:42 EST 1997
In article <Pine.SOL.3.95.961231002111.15808A-100000 at jersey.uoregon.edu> Kerry Delf <kld at jersey.uoregon.edu> writes:
>From: Kerry Delf <kld at jersey.uoregon.edu>
>Subject: Of Strange Flesh - re 666 & chemistry (fwd)
>Date: Tue, 31 Dec 1996 00:37:54 -0800
>PLEASE CC REPLIES TO <kld at jersey.uoregon.edu>
>I know that the post below is simply the esoteric jibberish of a
>kook-ranter; unfortunately, there are those who take it seriously.
>I am no microbiologist, and therefore do not have the information at my
>fingertips with which to debunk this bizarre theory -- I'm hoping someone
>with more knowledge of the subject can provide me <kld at jersey.uoregon.edu>
>with a brief, educated explanation as to why human biology just doesn't
>work this way. :)
>The basic claim made here by Adam Willson (based on the theories of a
>well-known [in certain circles] kook, Tani Jantsang) is that there are two
>separate species we label "human": one is based on Carbon-12 (6 protons,
>6 neutrons), while the other is based on some other Carbon isotope.
>Anyone care to take a stab at this one?
Some things just aren't worth bothering with, this is one.
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