posted on Sep, 16 2008 @ 05:28 PM
There will be easily enough energy to create a nucleus of 115, but it won't happen because the constiuent protons and neutrons, even if they are
created in the right proportion, will not be in the right configuration to coalesce into a nucleus. In reality, jets of quarks and gluons are created
in a high-energy collision, which then "fragment" into hadrons, but then again what you have a "spray", or a jet, of particles, and not something
that's relatively stable, as in a nucleus.