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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... and more complex, subtle, interrelations of subatomic, atomic, and molecular bonding. Examine the formation of Hydrogen and Helium. Examine the e... ...olecules in it... by creating an almost perfectly balanced, paired-row of self-bonding and un-bonding molecules called: D.N.A. DNA is made up of hyd... ...actly in a near-perfect dualistic dynamic balance. The first paired-balanced-bonded DNA molecules were probably only a few in number... growing lon... ...h side of the paired row of molecules found other molecules to match with and bond-to. Only when they were all perfectly matched and balanced, di... ...paration happened later. While Carbon is the most purely Trialistic in its bonding structure. Carbon molecules are capable of forming single, do... ...ecules are capable of forming single, double, and triple bonds. In fact, the covalent bonds of hydrocarbons are so evenly balanced; that their make... ...ecules are capable of forming single, double, and triple bonds. In fact, the covalent bonds of hydrocarbons are so evenly balanced; that their make... ...usage; it would have to be thrown away. Then there would be no such thing as covalent bonds. Then all the atoms sharing electrons would separate fr...

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