A message for chemistry geek!
Sorry my friends but this particular post has nothing to do with Apple or computers in general. My question for you Chemistry Geek is Are you really good at chemistry? I am taking it in school and it is hard as hell, I cant for the life of me grasp the concepts of moles and measurement conversions and what not. I do understand how to draw lewis structures and things like that but the math that accompanys these problems is killing me, how do you handle equations like this, what in your mind gives you the power to decipher this type of knowlege?
Sorry everyone just had to get that out.
Im really looking forward to Macworld SF, I can smell G5s in the air!
iMac 17in Flat-Panal 1Ghz G4, 80gig, SuperDrive, 256mb
iMac Flat-Panal 800mhz G4, 60 gig, SuperDrive, 768mb
iMac DV+ 400mhz G3, 12gig, 60 gig firewire,
Powerbook Titanium G4 800mhz, 30 gig,
Combo Drive, 512mb
iBook Dual USB 500mhz G3, 12gig, CD-RW, 256mb
All systems running OS 10.2.3
Harmon Kardon Soundsticks and iSub
iPod 10 GIG
iPod 5 GIG
A new Power Mac G5 dual 2 Gig Decked out with 4 gigs of Ram