That CAN'T be true! / Discussion split from: Do atoms exist in multiple places at once, 2 places or 1?« on: 24/07/2021 01:10:08 »
Seemingly so, but we've no proof of it.
Please explain that there is no proof that iron atoms give hemoglobin the strength to bind to oxygen in the blood.
No iron atom exists in Haemoglobin.
Iron (II) ions do apparently.
But the evidence is open to re-evaluation.
For example, its possible that this is all a simulation.