[sf-lug] [LINUX USER QUESTIONAIRE] What makes a true Linux user?
rigelc at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 08:21:54 PDT 2009
strange that the putative chemical makeup of a human does not appear
to include any of the most abundant element in the universe -
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 11:14 AM, jim<jim at well.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 11:03 -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
>> Quoting Edward Janne (tigakub at mac.com):
>> > Question 1: What makes a true Linux user?
>> 65% oxygen, 18% carbon, 10% hydrogen, 3% nitrogen, 1.5% calcium, 1%
>> phosphorus, 0.35% potassium, 0.25% sulphur, 0.15% sodium, and 0.05%
>> magnesium, the remaining 0.7% being a mixture of copper, zinc, selenium,
>> molybdenum, fluorine, chlorine, iodine, manganese, cobalt, and iron,
>> plus trace amounts of lithium, strontium, aluminum, silicon, lead,
>> vanadium, arsenic, and bromine.
> i believe there are trace amounts of gold as well.
>> (Reference: H. A. Harper, V. W. Rodwell, P. A. Mayes, _Review of
>> Physiological Chemistry_, 16th ed., Lange Medical Publications, Los
>> Altos, CA 1977.)
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