# HAs YOU BRaIN CoNFUSION?

CaN YOU AsCErTaIn WHAt IS UNUSUAl As CoNCeRnS ThIS PArAgRaPH?
SURe, YOU CaN NoTiCe OBVIOUS AlTeRaTiONS In ClAsSiC PHRaSe CHoICeS.
WHY UPPEr CaSe SO OFTeN?
HAs OP BRaIn CoNFUSiON?
HAs YOU BRaIN CoNFUSION?
ONCe KNoWN, IS OBVIOUS, YEs?

To clarify, the odd capitalization is not the unusual point we seek. There's a very particular reason for the capital letters and that is what must be found. If this ends up being too broad because people are clever and find things that fit I hadn't considered, I'll post what I was thinking of and close the question myself.

## 1 Answer

For one,

all capital letters signify the start of a chemical element's symbol. E.g. "CaN" being calcium and nitrogen (Ca, N).

Is the intended answer something more sophisticated?

• Probably correct. – ev3commander May 26 '16 at 20:23
• Yep, that would explain why OP does not use "do" / "does" (no D). – KeyboardWielder May 26 '16 at 20:31
• Nothing too sophisticated, no. All the words can be made using chemical symbols on the periodic table. – Engineer Toast May 26 '16 at 21:06
• @EngineerToast It must have taken forever to find possible phrases! – Block May 27 '16 at 7:31
• @Block Actually, it wasn't too bad. I dumped this list into Excel, added a MATCH function on another sheet, and started trying possibilities. It is very frustrating forming sentences without words like a, at, the, and it. – Engineer Toast May 27 '16 at 12:12