absolutely correct, but oraganic can be a misleading term. Many pets die drinking puddles of it (Sweet taste). But you are correct the venom of a snake could be construed as organic.It's certainly not grown on an "organic" farm, Lee, but chemically speaking all alcohols are as organic as you can get, because of the carbon bonds. In this case:
Of course, "organic" in the chemical sense doesn't mean harmless! All petroleum products are organic. So are all snake venoms, fungus toxins, ricin, and lots of other things you wouldn't want to ingest if you enjoy living.
It isn't. Triumph recommends HOAT coolant (Hybrid Organic Acid Technology) coolant. It's based on ethylene glycol. I know almost nothing about chemistry so I don't want to get into a debate. I'm just going by the owner's manual.How can ethylene glycol be "inorganic"?