Are concord grapes any good for eating I tried some and they seems gooey inside not fleshy?
You can eat Concord grapes, but they make better jams and wines.
Only if you're eating the skin, and then only marginally. Most natural vegetable pigments are antioxidants. Purple grapes have more of them than red grapes (which have more than "white" -- actually greenish-yellow -- grapes), but it's all in the skin, which tends to be somewhat bitter, so if you're just eating the fleshy inside and not the skin it doesn't matter much.
when the concentration of water molecules gets really high from the intense rain in the grape garden, the grapes actually deform into their tranformer sate and goes totally beserk. They pretty much detroy everything in their way and after there done there phyological state, they reabsorb the water and that's how grapes get their water inside.
Fleshy fruits, each of which is the product of just one ovary, is a definition of the English word "berries". Specifically, a berry has a thick pulp on the inside and a protective skin on the outside. It also has seeds to ensure future generations of the plant in question. Examples of berries include currants, gooseberries, and grapes.