I remember reading a 2 page (or longer) argument back in 2000 (don't ask me to find it now, I won't be able to). But I remembered just now that the argument from supposedly a chemist, was basically that, the molecules for synthetic are different sizes than the sizes for the dino molecules, and that the synthetic molecules are all a uniform size and respond uniformly. While the organic dino molecules are somewhat variably sized and respond a little differently as a result. It went on to say, that a dino-synth blend was good because you are mixing all the different sizes of molecules together and thus can create responses to heat and wear everywhere, covering all bases basically. It SEEMS to make sense, but then again people thought for 2000+ years that if you drop a brick and a coin, the brick hits the ground first. It was only 500 years ago when someone got the idea to see for himself (Galileo). So, comments?