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[Like I said above, I work with 30% hydrogen peroxide. It isn't blue. If you drank 30% hydrogen peroxide it would remove the lining of your esophagus. I have spilled small amounts of it on my hands and it ate the outer layer of skin off before I could wash it off.]

And I guess you will keep ignoring my posts that bring out the differences between the two, which make for a different molicular structure. So I'll be more direct.

1) Is the solution you work with under more the one atmosphere of pressure?
2) Is this pressure used to holding the bonding of the extra oxygen molecule, also used in the chemical you work with?

Did you know that liquid oxygen is blue? So extra oxygen in water would do what?

ikester7579, Bibleforums 45 Comments [7/29/2009 11:58:07 PM]
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what in the world...

7/30/2009 12:07:54 AM

Mrs. Antichrist

Needs context, damnit.

Edit: Had to read the OP to figure out what the hell was going on. Apparently this guy posted a thread claiming that water bonds with an extra oxygen molecule during the spring and summer months, and becomes H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide). Not exactly fundie, but pretty damn stupid.

7/30/2009 12:18:00 AM

No. Just no.

7/30/2009 12:32:59 AM


Chemistry and listening aren't your fortes, is that correct?

I give you a D. But that's only because your dad gave me a big phat bribe.

7/30/2009 12:35:04 AM

Swedish Pagan

So, on sunny days the water has extra oxygen? When the sky is grey with clouds, the water is often grey too. When the sky is clearblue, the water is often blue too. I thought it was mostly a mirror effect, but your free oxygen theory makes MUCH more sense.

Oh wait, no, it doesn't.

7/30/2009 12:52:12 AM




7/30/2009 1:17:06 AM


Chemistry does not work that way!!!

7/30/2009 1:47:00 AM


How could anyone let this fool near hydrogen peroxide?

7/30/2009 1:53:15 AM

Jack Bauer

Ignorance opens its mouth again - you shouldn't make blind assumptions in areas about which you know nothing.

The blue colour of liquid oxygen is believed to be due to a single photon simultaneously elevating two electrons to excited states on two separate ground state oxygen molecules. The absorption of the photon, combined with 1-3 vibrational quanta, creates a series of relatively-strong absorption peaks in the red, yellow and green regions of the visible spectrum, thus resulting in the perceived blue colour of the liquid. The temporary loss of the blue colour after passing through an activated silica gel column, and the slow return of colour, suggests the transition is relatively infrequent.

7/30/2009 1:56:03 AM


What the hell is he talking about?

7/30/2009 1:58:03 AM


Water is blue because it reflect the blue of the sky. At present the Mediterranean Sea is a wonderful blue because there are no clouds - it being high summer.

But come winter, there will be clouds and Joyce's description of the Irish Sea ("Snot-greet, scrotum-shrivelling") is just as apposite for the Med!

7/30/2009 2:10:27 AM


@Tempus - Thanks for that, just goes to show he's been mad for years. I was just waiting for sky being blue because it contains oxygen.

7/30/2009 3:45:05 AM

Pule Thamex

No idea what it's on about. I'm assuming it's fuckwittery because it's on Bibleforums.

7/30/2009 4:15:35 AM

Nathan the Wise

Here's some H2O2. Do us all a favour and drink it.

7/30/2009 4:48:27 AM


You're stupid.

7/30/2009 6:41:09 AM

Mister Spak

"2) Is this pressure used to holding the bonding of the extra oxygen molecule, also used in the chemical you work with? "


7/30/2009 6:52:41 AM

Dr. Novakaine

Chemistry Fail.

7/30/2009 7:56:01 AM


Okay, I practically failed high school chemistry, and even I know that is FUBAR.

What in the fucking fuck??

7/30/2009 8:22:53 AM


Not a fundie, just an idiot.
Still, it's the same behavior you see in fundies - they pick their conclusion, then ignore all evidence, reasoning, or sanity that might detract from it.

7/30/2009 8:29:19 AM


Thanks for the context Tempus - now, after reading this and the other one... I think I hurt something.

7/30/2009 9:04:38 AM


no, water is blue because... It's blue. Sky has nothing to do with it.

7/30/2009 9:27:44 AM


Some water is blue.
The stuff that comes out of my tap is clear.
The Fraser River is brown.
Glacier lakes are green.
Kalamalka lake is multicoloured.

It has to do with reflection, minerals, and pollutants (man made and natural) in the water. You don't find pure H2O in nature.

Quit smoking the low quality meth you're attempting to make.

7/30/2009 10:33:57 AM


Edit button gone?

I was just going to say that this is more CTSTDT.

7/30/2009 10:34:38 AM

Old Viking

Learn English. It may make the chemistry easier.

7/30/2009 12:00:10 PM


I think my brain just melted.

7/30/2009 12:43:23 PM

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