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From: John(HI) (66.91.205.104)
Subject:         A Simple Explanation
Date: September 29, 2008 at 3:27 pm PST

My young grandson was sitting in the back seat of the car eating an apple. He poked me in the front seat and asked, "Grandpa, why does my apple turn brown?" I answered, "When the skin is removed from the apple, air reaches the flesh of the apple and causes oxidation. This changes the apple's molecular structure and results in a brownish color. After a long pause, his small voice from the back seat asked, "Grandpa, are you talking to me?"

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