no no you dont understand... what you learn is completly useless and has not been used since the 1800's in most cases... and most of it is completly irrelevant to the current theories...
Originally posted by Panopticon
Oh ok I see, point taken.
Yeah, I'm starting to realise alot of stuff is made gibberish for the sake of simplicity, but they do serve as a healthy foundation for deeper concepts that are to come at higher levels of study, simply because the bs learnt before would in most cases require small alterations to suit the current teaching. I see your point.
Well, personally I'm not really a chemistry person anyway, only taking chem cos its a science and I'm naturally good at understanding concepts (well, compared to my ineptitude in English, which here is sadly a compulsory subject thats downright pulling my beautiful marks down :( ) I'm more into physics, but then again, at a high school level they teach physics as its name implies "physics" as general as it comes. We learn the basics of everything. hehe I like rambling.