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Element 115

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posted on Oct, 13 2005 @ 12:55 AM
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so thats what that element is. now what about the other unknown elements?


[edit on 13-10-2005 by geekboy]




posted on Oct, 13 2005 @ 12:35 PM
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*In Bob Lazar's defense*

There are various takes on this issue. That's for sure...

Also see: homepage.ntlworld.com...

See what Bob himself says:
www.serve.com...

A possibility is that what scientists are calling Element 115 and what Bob
is calling Element 115 may differ slightly.

Insiders have confirmed Lazar's details of S4 and confirmed the
existence of the Sports Model UFO.




posted on Oct, 23 2005 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by BirDMan_X
isnt there on are current periodic table charts 103 elelments....how many do you think there are? and is it true that hydrogen is currently the first elelment or could there be elelments with less w.e you call it...(im not that smart.jst want to learn somthin today)but there is the potential for infinity elements i imagine.

There is an element that (sometimes) comes before Hydrogen on the periodic table, called Neutronium. It has an atomic number of 0 and an atomic weight of 1, and is composed of a single free neutron. Theorized scenarios in which Neutronium is found include the core of neutron stars (called neutron matter) and a somewhat "legendary" molecule called a tetraneutron. Neutronium's exsistence in normal situations is of some debate, and as such it is not generally included in most periodic tables.

In terms of an upper limit to the periodic table, I would imagine that there would be a limit to the amount of particles that can be wedged together to form an atom; at some point the nuclear forces would most likely become insufficient to hold the outer particles together.

Informative Links, worth a read:
Neutronium
Free Neutrons
Tetraneutrons



 
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