"That's funny. The known toxin theory again.
A lot of doctors ingest quite a lot of a known toxin
It's called alcohol. they particularly like to indulge whilst in medical training
The toxin bit doesn't bother them"
So you sure aren't a doctor, how do you know how much each and everyone drinks? Is this the same across different countries, regions? What do you think, there bravey boy.
For all out there who actually want to learn facts rather than the ramblings of wah!
(Science: pharmacology) A poison, frequently used to refer specifically to a protein produced by some higher plants, certain animals and pathogenic bacteria, which is highly toxic for other living organisms."
Such substances are differentiated from the simple chemical poisons and the vegetable alkaloids by their high molecular weight and antigenicity.
'"Alcohol" is a generic name for large group of organic chemical compounds. They all are derivatives of hydrocarbons in which one or more of the hydrogen atoms have been replace by a hydroxyl (-OH) functional group. Hydrocarbons are compounds with contain hydrogen (H) and carbon (C) only. The hydroxyl group imparts particular properties to the radical to which it is attached."'
So, I'll let you go figure out what the molecular weight of ethyl alcohol is and can you understand there might be difference. Now, what was that molecular weight of ClO2....