posted on Sep, 3 2003 @ 08:33 PM
115 you mean. It is a strangly stable (for its size) element that supposedly is fuel for UFO craft. It hasn't been found on Earth but has been
As for using Earth to mine 115, that is out of the question. It doesn't exist naturally on Earth.
That is correct. Uninpentium's existence though, is still questioned as far as the experiments go, last I heard there was some debate about it.
According to the atomic chart, it would be right under Bismuth, which oddly enough, has unusual dia-magnetic qualities. One may even recall that
there was a supposed piece of debris given to Art Bell, that when tested, was micron thick layered bismuth.... 115 is also the element that Bob Lazar
mentions as the power source for the UFO reactor.... But, it does not (as far as we know) occur naturally on Earth.
I'm with Fry... WATER... Life as we know it, requires water, and our planet has quite a bit. Water that replenishes itself, so who knows, maybe
they stop by once in a while and fill their canteens so to speak...???
[Edited on 4-9-2003 by Gazrok]