Paper vs rock

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    anon

    Hate to break it to you but that’s not paper, that’s a tree.

    Anon

    I’ll ignore the typo, and yes I do know what paper is made of.

    However if you are trying to tell me that a tree and paper are the same thing you’re fucking stupid.

    Now excuse me while I munch on this coffee plant, cause hey, its the same as a cup of joe right?

    Gropegrope

    Actually, paper is made from the wood from a spruce or pine tree….about 90% of its matter.
    Paper is essentially wood…
    Whereas coffee is made only from the dried seeds of the coffee fruit. (I’m not sure, but I would guess less than 5% of the matter of the coffee plant).
    And even then, it its just water filtered through the beans….so really, even less of the coffee plant….

    So your analogy is completely wrong.

    anon

    Not all paper is made from wood pulp

    paper

    /?pe?p?/

    noun

    noun: paper; plural noun: papers

    1.

    material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances, used for writing, drawing, or printing on, or as wrapping material.
    “a sheet of paper”

    So you must be 99.9999% cunt

    Gropegrope

    Correct….not all paper.
    But most of it….and the paper that is made of wood pulp is made from most of the tree…which was my point.

    So fuck me for being accurate……
    Cunt.

    Creep

    Wow, you must be tons of fun to be around. Party pooper.

    Anon

    Yeah fuck me for being accurate, 21st century and people have no idea about raw materials and processing.

    Zoidberg

    A better caption would be “Persistence versus Strength”.

    Luffer

    So theres no difference between water when its a Gas, Steam, a liquid, water and a sold, ice?

    The internet used to have smart people on it…

    Gropegrope

    Its all water……

    ANON

    In different states, yes. But they are still not the same. A liquid is not a gas. Basic physics.

    Gropegrope

    It’s all H20 in different states then….
    Still H20 though.
    But comparing a very complex organic structure (wood pulp fiber) made of many compounds and biological structures with one of the simplest molecules in nature isn’t exactly a great comparison either…

    splodey

    Do morons beat idiots?