Quotations list about acid, acidity and amino captions for Instagram citing Dorothy Parker, Marcus Annaeus Seneca Seneca The Elder and Unknown switched sayings.
Razors pain you; rivers are damp; acids stain you; and drugs cause cramp. Guns aren't lawful; nooses give; gas smells awful; you might as well live.
— Dorothy Parker
Anger: an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.
— Marcus Annaeus Seneca Seneca The Elder acid quote
Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.
Tragedy is like strong acid -- it dissolves away all but the very gold of truth.
— D. H. Lawrence
It is not work that kills men; it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly put more upon a man than he can bear. Worry is the rust upon the blade. It is not the revolution which destroys the machinery but the friction. Fear secretes acids; but love and trust are sweet juices
— acid quotation by Henry Ward Beecher
Yes, but personally I was never a big acid head.
I think I did every drug known to mankind, smoked crack, boozed, dropped acid, you name it.
The real acid test of courage is to be just your honest self when everybody is trying to be like somebody else.
Fear secretes acids; but love and trust are sweet juices.
The American insanity for Loving Everybody is ruining my good temper and delivering my stomach to enormous bouts with acidity.
The new American finds his challenge and his love in the traffic-choked streets, skies nested in smog, choking with the acids of industry, the screech of rubber and houses leashed in against one another while the town lets wither a time and die.
I learned very early in my life in Whitehall, the acid test of any political question is; What is the Alternative?
There are three side effects of acid: enhanced long-term memory, decreased short-term memory, and I forget the third.
If God dropped acid, would he see people?
Every formula of every religion has in this age of reason, to submit to the acid test of reason and universal assent.
I was on acid and I looked at the trees and I realized that they all came to points, and the little branches came to points, and the houses came to point. I thought, 'Oh! Everything has a point, and if it doesn't, then there's a point to it.'
Police arrested two kids yesterday, one was drinking battery acid, the other was eating fireworks. They charged one and let the other one off.
At the time, acid made me consider questions of reality, the difference, as someone said, between words and silence. It also brought back a lot of latent religious feelings in me that I had turned my back on.
Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Heres Tom with the Weather.
Everybody I know fails the acid test of friendship.
P.S. I enjoy acid pops.
I am not a demon. I am a lizard, a shark, a heat-seeking panther. I want to be Bob Denver on acid playing the accordion.
I had a very bad time with acid. I did that classic thing of looking in the mirror by mistake and seeing the devil. But I took it several times, because you always think that next time you might have the wonderful time that everyone else is having.
When I was an art student in the early 60's before the acid scene began I was smoking pot just like anyone else who was an artist.
I never did acid, I am just so high anyway.
Well, when I was younger, in high school, I started out smoking pot.
Which escalated into taking acid on a regular basis, which escalated into selling acid. And then I started, when I went to college, I started doing opiates.
I have to confess that a strong contributing factor was that I had just taken what was probably the first acid ever made, given to me by a guy called Johnny Fellows, who had just returned from America.
In this atmosphere I soon became interested in nucleic acids.
I just think we're living in a time of massive, amazing change, like the Industrial Revolution on acid.
This led to the discovery that long chain fatty acids would remarkably stabilize serum albumin to heat denaturation, and would even reverse the denaturation by heat or concentrated urea solutions.
What I really remember is that people camped out everywhere, and the fact everybody expected it might turn into a big nightmare with all sorts of hassles because back in those days everybody was smoking pot and taking acid.
We frequently define an acid or a base as a substance whose aqueous solution gives, respectively, a higher concentration of hydrogen ion or of hydroxide ion than that furnished by pure water. This is a very one sided definition.
Since hydrogen is a constituent of most of our electrolytic solvents, the definition of an acid or base as a substance which gives up or takes up hydrogen ion would be more general than the one we used before, but it would not be universal.
We may say that a basic substance is one which has a lone pair of electrons which may be used to complete the stable group of another atom, and that an acid is one which can employ a lone pair from another molecule in completing the stable group of one of its own atoms.
The basic structure of proteins is quite simple: they are formed by hooking together in a chain discrete subunits called amino acids.