malaz wrote:Pubesy, i don't really see what you're trying to prove with that since that works on humans,
I am not trying to PROVE anything, malaz. and i am not just relating vampires to humans.
For me, the blood that enters their body is sort of the same with the food that enters our body. The food has fats that are stored in our body and the longer the days we don't eat ANYTHING at all, these fats are gone. to me, analogically. it's the same thing with the vampires. the blood enters their body, and the venom evaporates it in a matter of a week or 2.
fat just does not "disappear" or "evaporate" once it has been used as energy in the human (or any living being) body. Fat is broken down and removed from the body once it has been metabolized. When we (as living beings) eat in excess we store fat, when we do not eat enough, we break down these fat stores, metabolise them and eliminate them from our body (thus losing weight). since A vampire's body does not and cannot change, not do vampires excrete waste, the blood seems to "disappear" which is scientifically implausible.
When we lose weight or these fats are burned from our body, is there waste that comes out?
Yes there is, it is called metabolic waste. The excess nitrogen, sulphites, ammonia, CO2 etc are converted to urea and excreted as urine, or exhaled, lost in sweat etc. Since vampired do not need/or cannot exhale, pee, poo, sweat, shead tears etc, they cannot remove waste material from their body.
Waste, is what our body doesn't need, and that's what the vacuoles in cells store. till they are out of our body. SINCE the vampires USE it up ALL (the blood) it creates no waste adding to the fact that their organs do not work. it's just the venom, it's too strong (just like the brown contacts in BD), it evaporates everything.
vacuoles only store until they can be removed from the cell, once they are removed from the cell, the products the vacuoles store are transported in the blood to the kidney where the waste is removed in the urine. Since vampires do not have working kidneys, this cannot happen.
Even if the vampires (for arguments sake) DID in fact use pure blood as energy from their body (and did not have to break the blood down into smaller compounds initially in order for it to be small enough to travel into the vampire's "cells"), the blood would still have to be "metabolised" "broken down" or "converted" in some form, in order to be transferred from chemical energy into kinetic energy. Thus there would be waste products from this process of energy conversion.
You mention evaporation - even with evaporation things do not disappear. the liquid turns into a gas and enters the atmosphere. but you can't even use this as an argument for vampires - because they cannot sweat, hence produce liquid to be evaporated!
even if you apply this theory into NONLIVING objects, say, a coal fire station.
energy does not just "magically" appear from coal. the coal is "broken down" and carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water and other products are released into the atmosphere as waste products (thus global warming).
even with a water turbine - the energy does not magically appear, nor does the water disappear - the water moves a wheel with the pressure - the pressure then generates kinetic energy and is then transformed into electricity. no water disappears in the process.