slightly sweet and metallic, actually. Beryllium is nice and sweet. For those that prefer savory over sweet some potassium cyanide with its bitter nutty taste might be preferred
not to mention those bacteria's poop is glycoproteins that help anchor them to teeth so that other bacteria, Streptococcus mutans can take up residence in the plaque and make lactic acid to dissolve the teeth.
Actually it's 3 percent of other polysaccharides in HFCS and they do bizarre things to gut bacteria and metabolism.
Stop with the nonsense that HFCS is just two common sugars, that's a approximate bulk description that no science minded person should use
Where do you get the invalid notion that fat is bad?
Fat isn't making Americans fat, carbohydrates are.
You are very funny, declaring the result of an experiment you haven't done and imagining you are right. That is not the scientific way. You are wrong about the helium balloon, put that balloon into a vacuum chamber and it will pop. My My you are so silly.
routers? so what you really want is a serial port...
Some would say the fact of quantum mechanical effects such as the split beam interference experiment suggest such a mutiverse does exist. And quite credible scientists are debating it.
Audi Creates Fuel of the Future using just Carbon Dioxide and Water and Incredible Amounts of Energy
Experiments would show photons don't fall at that rate (though they are affected by gravity), helium balloons do not. Rockets don't.
Hmm, maybe you're confused.
We already know plenty of objects will not fall at the standard rate for gravity. Helium balloons do not and will not in experiment. You are very dense
"spectrum of taste" is for culinary school. They rats responded to sucrose and saccharine. That's hardly testing with all common simple sweet chemicals, and not enough to draw any conclusion about sucralose or stevia or any other artificial sweetener.
Those would have to be tested to make a claim, and then only valid for rats
Yes, the rat brain reacted to nervous system sensing saccharine, that's all that can be said.
You cannot make a claim for any other substance without testing.
Your quoting a sentence making invalid unscientific conclusion doesn't make that true.
maybe you have phenylketonuria, most people don't
So marketers can make a wonderful-sounding name for it and problem solved
bullshit, americans eat massive amounts of calories compared to the rest of the world. Diet soda is not a factor