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Author Topic: why an artificially synthesised molecule is not exactly the same as the natural?  (Read 1515 times)

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many products are now made of synthesised molecules, apparently the natural and the artificial molecule seem to be  the same but when taking a closer look at their biodynamics several things are different! why?



 

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It's not possible to tell a synthetic molecule from a natural one unless the molecule isn't the same (and I realise this is a statement of the obvious).

Can you provide evidence that backs up the assertion that "taking a closer look at their biodynamics several things are different!"?
 

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well , I cant give you a proof for this , but it was a subject of a long discussion during a seminary talking about molecules biodynamic
 

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