On 18 Sep, 17:20, Evgenii Rudnyi <use...@rudnyi.ru> wrote:
> on 18.09.2010 18:08 1Z said the following:
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> >> By the way, about the water. The difference between H, O and H2O is
> >> in chemical bonds in H2O.
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> > such bonds can be considered basic elements of reality, too
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> I am not sure if I understand your answer. Say we have H2 and O2 at room
> temperature in some enclosure. Then we put a catalyst there and if the
> enclosure is strong enough, then we obtain there water, H20. The
> question is then what happened with bonds in H2 and O2 and where from
> come new bonds in H20? The bonds in H2, 02 and H20 are completely
> different from each other.

Basic elements of realit6 can appear and disappear too

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