posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 01:03 PM
10 Great Unsolved Problems
The name untriseptium is used as a placeholder, as in scientific articles about the search for element 137. Transuranic elements (those beyond
uranium) are, except for microscopic quantities and except for plutonium, always artificially produced, and usually end up being named for a scientist
or the location of a laboratory that does work in atomic physics. Because the significance of element 137 was first pointed out by the physicist
Richard Feynman, element 137 is sometimes informally called Feynmanium (symbol Fy).
Any element with an atomic number of greater than 137 would require 1s electrons to be traveling faster than the speed of light. Since the early
1900’s, physicists have thought that this number (137) might be at the heart of a GUT, or Grand Unified Theory
, which could relate the
theories of electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and most especially gravity. However, physicists have yet to find any link between the number 137 and
any other physical law in the universe. It was expected that such an important equation would generate an important number, like one or pi, but this
was not the case.
The question here, is what are the chemical consequences of having an element, with an atomic number above 137, whose 1s electrons must travel
faster than the speed of light
? Is “Feynmanium” the last chemical element that can physically exist?
The Unified Field=137
So the question is how did the Greeks and Hebrews know about the importance of 137 being the God of TRUTH