[Noisebridge-discuss] Weird, trippy pattern I found in the periodic table
nick.locicero at gmail.com
Sun Sep 29 08:29:09 UTC 2013
Whooooaa, so you mean the central nervous system depressant fluorocarbon
without the Fluorine and with a Cl instead will become a corpse decay delay
On Sep 29, 2013 12:23 AM, "Sean Cusack" <sean.p.cusack at gmail.com> wrote:
> Funny how different people see these things...
> CNH(x) - amines / amides groups make me sneeze (histamines)
> CO - ketones / ethers dissolve stuff.
> CF(x) - flourocarbons are great refrigerants that can eat through the
> ozone layer.
> CCl(x) groups preserve dead things (formaldehyde) or dissolve stuff way
> better than CO groups.
> CS (mercaptans) make entire cities smell like farts when you make them.
> Organic chemistry is a neato thingy!
> On Sep 28, 2013 11:57 PM, "Nicholas LoCicero" <nick.locicero at gmail.com>
>> Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine are right next to each other on the
>> periodic table.
>> CHN molecules are stimulants like amphetamine
>> CHO molecules are life supporting, like sugar
>> CHF molecules cause central nervous system depression (opposite of
>> I wonder what CHCls do. I bet a CHS is probably a lot like a fart.
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