Posted October 03, 2018 05:59:30As with everything that is good about science, there is a good chance you’ve heard of a paper that has made some sort of claim.
I’ve heard about the one on the “diamonds are diamonds, people are stupid” study.
The paper was published in the journal Nature by a group of scientists, and was based on the theory that carbon-14 in the Earth’s atmosphere is used as a precursor to diamonds.
This was based in part on a theory called “the carbon cycle” (a carbon-based energy that occurs when plants and animals take in CO2 and convert it into energy).
It was supposed to explain how carbon-containing minerals in the atmosphere can become diamonds, and how diamonds are formed.
But after a few papers were published, the theory became a bit of a joke.
One paper said the carbon cycle was a false idea, and another claimed that diamonds were created in space.
Scientists at MIT and the University of California, Berkeley, published a paper this week claiming that carbon dioxide in the air acts like a catalyst to make diamonds, in this case in the form of carbon monoxide.
“Diamonds can be formed in space by burning carbon monoxy and carbon dioxide,” the MIT paper says.
A team of researchers led by Dr. Jörg Sperling of the University at Buffalo, New York, says that carbon monolite is a catalyst that makes carbon dioxide.
They found that when they heated carbon monoline to temperatures of 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit, they could make carbon monoxides.
So, in the paper, they write that, for example, you could melt a carbon mono with 10 kilograms of CO2, and it would form a crystal.
Then you would heat it to 300 degrees and you would form the crystal, they say.
At the very high temperatures they found, carbon monochloride, which is used to make perfumes, is used for this process.
It’s not surprising that the carbon mononomers that you find in the environment would make diamond.
They’re naturally occurring compounds, and if you wanted to make them, they would be readily available.
But the fact that the molecules that make up diamonds were found to be carbon monolybdenum disulfide, or carbon monone, was not.
In the past, carbon-rich molecules were used to form a variety of materials, including plastics, which have many chemical elements in them.
While it’s easy to imagine the process of making carbon monopolymers, the real challenge comes when you combine them with a carbon-free material.
The carbon monones are formed as a result of a process called de-ionization.
These molecules are broken down in a process that removes the oxygen and carbon atoms, turning them into carbon dioxide atoms.
They are called “bonded carbon” or “bonding carbon” because they bond to the carbon in the material.
When they bond, the carbon atoms have enough mass to push the bonding bonds through the bond, forming diamond crystals.