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Scientists create new super-heavy element...118 atomic weigh

by shawnlin / October 17, 2006 12:47 AM PDT
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That's great...
by gogomama / October 17, 2006 1:13 AM PDT

I'm sure this is really exciting to some of the more scientific members of the community out there, but my only question is...

Where's my flying car?

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taking flying car orders...
by shawnlin / October 17, 2006 1:41 AM PDT
In reply to: That's great...
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It will probably create a black hole...
by csliva11 / October 17, 2006 1:33 AM PDT

and suck us all into oblivion well before the robots take over. Thank you Mr. create-a-deadly-black-hole-starting-element-scientist-person.

We salute you.

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(NT) (NT) Might be heavy, but I bet i could lift it.
by flattuca / October 17, 2006 2:19 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) I'm sure you could, but it's radioactive
by awinn233 / October 17, 2006 2:44 PM PDT
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chemistry is not cool!
by aribeiro2 / October 17, 2006 1:30 PM PDT

well, i don't like any sciense with many exceptions for the same rule... i mean, what is the point to create a new rule each time the prediction is not right? don't they assume they are not right and try to discover what happened?

i mean... is it really a science, or is it just pure wizardry and speculation? at least it's not an engineering area... because chemistry is not engineering!

this is the equivalent to "math is hard" for Veronica and "no portugu

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That is the essence of the scientific process...
by awinn233 / October 17, 2006 2:39 PM PDT
In reply to: chemistry is not cool!

to try and prove things wrong and alter your hypothesis accordingly.

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(NT) (NT) Woo Hoo! A new ingredient for McD's ''Special Sauce" ;)
by punterjoe / October 17, 2006 7:27 PM PDT
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(NT) (NT) 1st step for man...Element 118, next quantum bubble! ;-
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