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Listen to the doctor crystilogic: Kidney, this time with ions and color. It’s a whole crazy world down there. This is one of the thousands of small tubes that urine moves along on its way through the kidney, with all … Continue reading

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The chemistry of living things & Mary Baker Eddy’s Christian Science It’s patently obvious that people are completely unalike to liquid mercury, ammonium chloride, and plumbum. Likewise, it stands to reason that frogs, bats, voles, minks, snakes, geckos, sparrows, drosophila, … Continue reading

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Blood Types

Blood types form a topological space (and a complete distributive lattice). There are three generators: A, B, and Rh+. Above the “zero element” is the universal donor O− and the “unit element” is the universal receiver AB+. A topological space contains … Continue reading

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Man, I wish I had majored in chemical engineering. Then I would be employed, and get to make cool things. I’d probably be disgustingly rich and disgustingly handsome. That’s right, disgustingly handsome. Topics in this video: size and shape of … Continue reading

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