Would this be considered correct grammer?
Okay, so much of us (should) know what a comma splice is. It's when you connect two sentences with a comma, but without the word, but, yet, or, ect.
What I want to know is, would this sentence for example be correct grammer?
"A train makes a loud sound, yet without proper safety-wear you could seriously hurt yourself when mixing two chemicals."
Basically, two sentences joined together with a comma and conjunction, but the two sentences don't relate to each other at all.
EDIT: I would normally select a best answer, although all of your answers are very good. Since I can't pick multiple Best Answers, I'm not going to try and figure out which is best, as they are all very good.