It took you 2 weeks to come up with that?
I already knew everything you said, the only thing you managed to do is take a little post of mine and turn it into a copy and paste from google scholar fest(I checked), and cherry picked parts to post against.
It's not mantra, when you compare the huge amount of carbons, then consider you have to separate the hydrogens from the carbon atoms, break the oxygen molecule apart, then recombine all those atoms to make co2 and h2o. It takes hundreds of small reaction steps. But, whatever you say...
Since you ignored it the first time, I said fatty acids, degraded, not fats, again: before fatty acids can be oxidized, they must first undergo a priming step. Fatty acids in the cytoplasm must cross the mitachondria membrane before the oxidation begins; this was the point I was eluding to. The overall initiating step is the reaction of the fatty acid with coenzyme A. This reaction requires energy and is therefore coupled with the hydrolysis of ATP to AMP. The activated long chain fatty acid is carried across the mitochondria membrane by carnitine. And this is a very shortened version after the fact.
It should be obvious why fat oxidizes slower. Of course, it's mantra to you, but you haven't proven otherwise, you just showed the steps of beta oxidation repeatedly(gee thanks)
Because I was being generous and decided to give you the benefit of the doubt, as long chain fatty acids were in my last post which quote you removed. The whole part about cleaved fatty acid uncoupling, and mitochrondria dysfunction, induced membrane "leakiness", and shortened ATP production, ergo, co2, by wasting it, via many ways, which is what this whole argument was about.
That last part :eyeroll:
Your reading comprehension sucks. The rest of this crap isn't worth responding to, because I have no idea what you're trying to say, because half that shit is just presumptuous. Are you schizophrenic perhaps?