Hiromu Arakawa japán
1973. május 8. (Hokkaidó, Makubecu) –
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Water: 35 liters, Carbon: 20 kg, Ammonia: 4 liters, Lime:1.5 kg, Phosphrus: 800 g, salt: 250g, saltpeter:100g, Sulfer: 80g, Fluorine: 7.5 g, iron: 5.6 g, Silicon: 3g, and 15 other elements in small quantities…. thats the total chemical makeup of the average adult body. Modern science knows all of this, but there has never been a single example of succesful human trasmutation. It's like there's some missing ingredient….. Scientists have been trying to find it for hundreds of years, pouring tons of money into research, and to this day they don't have a theory. For that matter, the elements found in a human being is all junk that you can buy in any market with a child's allowence. Humans are pretty cheaply made.
'My house… Why did you burn it down? There's nothing left of it.'
'I made up my mind never to turn back. I don't need a place to go home to. It's a symbol of our resolve.'
'No, it's not. You did it because you didn't want to be reminded of your mistake! You wanted to escape from the painful memories… You thought you could erase all traces of your actions, didn't you?'
'It's no different from a child who wets his bed and then hides the sheets. You were running away… Edward.'