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[challenge entry] The real molecular structure

From the Zoom! Extreme Close Up challenge. See all 142 entries (closed)

(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:16, archived)
# Now that's good
perfect challenge entry
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:18, archived)
# Thanks
I knew that PhD in Theoretical Molecular Biophysics would come in handy.
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:20, archived)
# hahahahaha
woo yay
that's ace
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:18, archived)
# ooo
clever
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:18, archived)
# Great!
Woo!


(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:19, archived)
# woo-nderful

*grins jealously*

*slips arsenic into coffee and hands to staggs28*

*waits*
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:22, archived)
#
Image Hosted by ImageShack.us
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:24, archived)
# Hahahaha!
Clever.

But a molecule as unstable as that looks would never get a 5 year shelf life passed by the MHRA!
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:25, archived)
# positive?
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:26, archived)
# N.I.C.E.
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:32, archived)
# Top tiny molecular cock
woo!
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:26, archived)
# now that is quality
top banana
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:29, archived)
# how are you animating the zoom thing?
My ImageREady skills are low.

├╝ber woo from a former pharmacologist!

although is that *really* the structure if sildenafil?-- it seems to be twi dentical molecules, mirrored and linked in the middle
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:32, archived)
# I guess it's a good use of the radial blur filter in potatoshop
then import in imageready
(, Thu 7 Apr 2005, 11:35, archived)