You might consider changing your username to "nobrains" so as to be more accurate.
I am sure there are areas where you are ignorant. I wouldn't call you an idiot, though.
When I make a cup of tea and pour the hot water into the cup... does the water disappear?
.............Are you stupid or just pretending to be?
That would not be what I've heard. Anything with moisture in it IS COMPRISED OF WATER. Meaning they may have less of a reaction but they still HAVE a reaction. Regardless Most of the 'allergy' (it's not really an allergy) stems from the chemicals IN the water. Meaning rainwater, tapwater, sweat, or ANYTHING wet can cause a reaction. However the condition is so rare, triggers so common, and severity fluctuates to the point that one may be able to tolerate hot tea but not cold, or able to drink milk, but not juice. It is not a hard and fast rule. So your argument is as holey as a bum's shoe.
Air isn't a specific substance, it is a mixture of whatever gasses are floating around. So smoke is part of the air, not the other way around. But if you were to say that smoke is 90% oxygen and nitrogen then it might make sense. It's more like saying milk is 99% liquid.
What an Idiot!
Smoke is more like 99.969074318% Air!
but tea (in solution) is, so why is he an idiot?
that's why I said in solution, tea leaves are about 8% water measured by loss on drying, I run a lab that does that sort of stuff
Tea the drink?
Don't mind chuckles there. He also thinks orange juice doesn't have water in it. To come up with the 99% figure, I compared the dry weight of the amount of tea I use to make a gallon of tea. Nothing fancy.
sounds goods to me, we could always boil off all the water and weigh the residual amount - I bet it would be even less than 1%! :-)
He isnt wrong you know. Processed milk might be somewhere in 80-95% water, but he is correct. Once smoke is formed, it becomes air, so you're wrong, its 100% air.
You cant be alergic to water, you might be alergic to the stuff in water, but not water itself
I double checked just to make sure, but its not that simple.
Fine, ill let you have this victory just for today
I admire your self control, but I was waiting for a flight when I engaged him back an forth for 40 comments. I thought he was trolling, but he seems to believe sincerely that orange juice, milk, tea, and cola do not have water in them.
Ive had worse trolls than him
I already did. You just don't read at an adult level. For more evidence of that, you need only go back and see that I never commented of the percentage of water in milk.
Lol, you are hopeless. Look, I'm not going to bother kwbc by sending him a notification every time your brain has a seizure. Go read a biochemistry book.
Lol, I guess both are true.