I don’t blame you ofc, maybe we;re getting ten molecules per puff, or even zero molecules once the actual figures roll in …and once we know what’s really to blame for our PG reactionsm (if we ever do) But if it ain’t the actual PG molecules (which are surely the same regardless the source of the PG) then it;s impurities.
So we can change the figures in the light of hard info, but that above logic tells us that we’re talking of extremely weak concentrations here, just on the basis that we;re diluting MF considerably (fact) and MF is highly concentrated (fact) thus contains loads of flavour molecules , not leaving much room for PG.
Basically , i wanna reassure Alysia that we;re not looking at a mammoth problem here, just something totally unexpected which might turn out to be pretty damned signifant to a few of us.
EDIT: @delltrapp is definitely using the likes as placemarkers. I just caught him liking this post the very second I posted it . Gotcha!!!