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organic chemistry

Published May 30th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Sorry for my bad english,i’m an italian chemistry student,i was studing about organic structures when i was touched by his noodly appendage!!!

Mangiate in pace
Ramen!

Roberto.

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What is this structure? It is responsible for some very important things, no doubt – anyone know?



59 Responses to “organic chemistry”

  1. Cap'n Scurvy Fettucini says:

    Laminin be blasted, I can’t figure out what it is……

    CH3 being a methyl component, H3C is a reverse methyl component, but I’m not sure what I’m looking at…

  2. ME DUH says:

    Nice English, don’t apologize! The rednecks who send hate-mail to poor Bobby speak far worse English than you.
    YES!!!! Further proof that the FSM exists!!
    You are obviously touched; how short are you? Thanks for spreading the FSM’s holy word.
    RAmen.

  3. Barnacle Bill the Sailor says:

    There now, ye see?
    His existance CAN be proven on paper!
    RaMen!

  4. Prophet of the Great Corndog says:

    Nice, Roberto! I just learned Organic Chemistry in school and now all of a sudden I love it :)

  5. Sonichead says:

    Hi, i’m an italian guy like roberto.. but my english is worse than his…
    If is possible I’d would like to know the name of this organic structure…
    Roberto rispondi ad un tuo connazionale pastafariano!!
    Ramen

  6. Casi says:

    As a fellow chemist and Pastafarian, I am trying to find out what this compound is. For the moment I can deduce that it has roots in napthol or napthalene. I think that this compound is called something like 1,3-dicarboxy-4,5,6,8,9,10-hexabutylnapthalane. However it shall always be the proof to all scientists as the existence of our most holy FSM.

    RAmen.

  7. jack says:

    the holy compound is 2,3,4,5,6,7-hexapropyldecahydronaphthalene-1,8-dicarbaldehyde

  8. Daytrading Pirate-Cat says:

    Looks like 2 carbon rings surrounded by 6 methyl radicals. I’ve forgotten a lot of my chemistry, but it’s probably organic. Isn’t the Flying Spaghetti Monster made up of organic pasta? According to Wikipedia, one effect of adding a methyl group to a chemical compound is to ease the compound’s absorption into biological membranes -Perhaps that is part of the mechanism in the Touch of His Noodly Appendage.

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