Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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So, is citrate different from citric acid or is citrate a derivative of citric acid?
Or is citric acid a derivative of citrate?

We are all organic.

On a related note, when people get pushy about the natural foods paradigm, I note that Arsenic is natural, too.

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FRIJOLES, Ph.D.(Science):

When will you tell me the difference between the terms citrate and citric acid - are they different chemical substances or is one derived from the other?

(smiles)

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I should have said Jews outside of Israel have no real connection to the religious side to Judaism. He was one of the foremost Rabbis of my lifetime this doesn't mean that those outside the orthodox community would know who he is.
There are many movements (brands) of Judaism that flourish outside of Israel that are religious. The orthodox do not have a monopoly on the religious side of Judaism. Maybe their version of the halachic side of Judaism, but not the religious side. From what I have experienced personally, most orthodox shuls, in or out of Israel, are equally likely to be devoid of spirituality as any reform or conservative shul.

That all said, I agree with your other points. American Jewry is neither state sponsored nor uniformly hierarchical. Furthermore, we are overwhelmingly Ashkenazi. So the majority of us probably never heard of the rabbi in question. However, we have plenty of American and British rabbis we HAVE heard of, among all movements. But that doesnt mean we "follow" them in the way the idiot from Jamaica claims we do.

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Or is citric acid a derivative of citrate?

We are all organic.

On a related note, when people get pushy about the natural foods paradigm, I note that Arsenic is natural, too.
Ooops, sorry I didn't see this post.

I want to know if you think that citric acid is different from citrate or if citrate is a derivative of citric acid?

I am asking you this question since this is your previous reply:

FRIJOLES - Others, like me, imbibe lemons as much as possible which provides citric acid rather than straight citrate.

JOEL - So, is citrate derived from citric acid or is citrate different from citric acid?

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FRIJOLES, Ph.D.(Science):
When will you tell me the difference between the terms citrate and citric acid - are they different chemical substances or is one derived from the other?
(smiles)
nope

google is a wonderful tool

maybe you will meet Hughbe there

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We are all organic.
Not really....

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Since when has being ridiculously wrong stopped people from spouting off? Need examples?
Still, I find it amazing. What a waste of human tissue.

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Frijoles wrote:
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When people get pushy about the natural foods paradigm, I note that Arsenic is natural, too.
Everything is natural or derived from natural sources.

What matters is if something suits the human body and is at the same time eco-friendly.

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nope

google is a wonderful tool

maybe you will meet Hughbe there
So Ph.D in "science" - is citrate derived from citric acid or is citrate different from citric acid?

(grins)

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Yawn. Bored. Bye. Later.

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Ooops, sorry I didn't see this post.
I want to know if you think that citric acid is different from citrate or if citrate is a derivative of citric acid?
I am asking you this question since this is your previous reply:
FRIJOLES - Others, like me, imbibe lemons as much as possible which provides citric acid rather than straight citrate.
JOEL - So, is citrate derived from citric acid or is citrate different from citric acid?
Tell me, grasshopper

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BTW HUGH,

I would like you to define the word wisdom in detail and tell me how wisdom differs from the term intelligent.

Give me at least 2 original teachings from the TANACH and the NT that in your opinion are profoundly wise.

I'll do a quick analysis of the lines from the TANACH and the NT and prove to you using logic and supporting evidence whether the teachings are original and wise or plagiarized bull shit.

PS - I have not discovered a single teaching in either the TANACH or in the NT that's original or profound.

Anyway, reply to my question, if possible.

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Everything is natural or derived from natural sources.
What matters is if something suits the human body and is at the same time eco-friendly.
Eco-friendly is kind of a broad category

Arsenic is eco-friendly to a specific type of bacteria. To a crocodile, it is not.

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HEY FRIJOLES - Ph.D. in "science".

Please answer my question on citrate and citric acid, if possible.

Bye, later.

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We are all organic...
Except for those of us who aren't carbon-based.

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Tell me, grasshopper
ha ha ha

You have a very weak foundation in Math, Science and Logic (as expected).

Besides, your English is far from classy.

Just plain observations.

Anyway, it does not matter.

Peace.

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Arsenic is eco-friendly to a specific type of bacteria. To a crocodile, it is not.
I'll show you how you're just repeating my words in a few instances.

Besides, I'll point out the logical flaws in your assertions.

As I said in a previous post - you have a very weak foundation in Math, Science, Logic and English.

I'll do this later, if I wish to give a detailed analysis of your logical inconsistencies, otherwise forget it since I don't wish to perturb or embarrass you.

Best Regards.

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Apparently, in India, pretending to be smarter than everyone else is the social equivalent of actually being smart.

That explains a lot about the current state of the country.

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Apparently, in India, pretending to be smarter than everyone else is the social equivalent of actually being smart.

That explains a lot about the current state of the country.
Try clearing the IIT JEE in Math, Physics and Chemistry and then talk to me about intelligence, ok, brainless and effeminate fool?

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Try clearing the IIT JEE in Math, Physics and Chemistry and then talk to me about intelligence, ok, brainless and effeminate fool?
try answering my question for once, instead of being pompous

not impressed

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