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Heh. I think they're getting very, very, confused with what "g / mol" means... Perhaps they mean the average mass of every atom in cerebral tissue, but I don't think it'd be that high considering you'd have more hydrogen which would drag it down probably below 12 (12 being carbon) and the heavier metals used in the centre of enzymes are really just trace amounts. Oxygen might bring it back up... hmm, an interesting calculation to do, but totally irrelevant to anything I can think of. It's definitely got something ''very'' confused somewhere. {{:User:Armondikov/sig}} 15:55, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
 
Heh. I think they're getting very, very, confused with what "g / mol" means... Perhaps they mean the average mass of every atom in cerebral tissue, but I don't think it'd be that high considering you'd have more hydrogen which would drag it down probably below 12 (12 being carbon) and the heavier metals used in the centre of enzymes are really just trace amounts. Oxygen might bring it back up... hmm, an interesting calculation to do, but totally irrelevant to anything I can think of. It's definitely got something ''very'' confused somewhere. {{:User:Armondikov/sig}} 15:55, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
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:please don't use the forum talk namespace. --&nbsp;[[User:Nx|<span style="color:teal">'''''Nx'''''</span>]]&nbsp;/&nbsp;[[User talk:Nx|''talk'']] 22:48, 19 December 2009 (UTC)

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Heh. I think they're getting very, very, confused with what "g / mol" means... Perhaps they mean the average mass of every atom in cerebral tissue, but I don't think it'd be that high considering you'd have more hydrogen which would drag it down probably below 12 (12 being carbon) and the heavier metals used in the centre of enzymes are really just trace amounts. Oxygen might bring it back up... hmm, an interesting calculation to do, but totally irrelevant to anything I can think of. It's definitely got something very confused somewhere. Scarlet A.pngbomination 15:55, 19 December 2009 (UTC)

please don't use the forum talk namespace. -- Nx / talk 22:48, 19 December 2009 (UTC)