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Omen502   posted:11/21/2011 8:47:16 AM  (Reply)
When I was in school I reviewed the periodic table many times, now when I look at it, I tend to wonder... What are these new elements and what is their purpose? Well after coming across an article on the creation of a new element I started to read further. Right now it seems they are playing with the heaviest element known (Berkellium). After looking into this my thoughts seem to wander... These new elements are radioactive elements. Radioactive as you all know are emitting a frequency... this frequency can alter dna, hence the cancer we find in victims. Is it possible to have an element created in which it will emit a "healthy" dna conversion frequency? Possibly another element not discovered yet? Maybe an anti-gravity element? Possibly a "fountain of youth"? O.k., aside from that brainstorm, I wonder about gold... I have heard theories of anti-gravity with the use of gold. Annunaki were said to have been mining it long ago. It is superconductor and it is being used to treat illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis and used for therapy in a few other instances. Is it possible to bombard these gold atoms creating a synthetic element that could change everything? Have they already done it? Has it been a secret since the beginning? Does this tie in somehow to neutrinos? Honestly, I am not sure, but i have come across something I thought was interesting. I took a look at the electron configuration shell of the element gold and found something I am not sure to be a coincidence but was a little shocking for me to see.


1s2
2s2 2p6
3s2 3p6 3d10
4s2 4p6 4d10 4f14
5s2 5p6 5d10
6s1

This is the configuration... isn't it odd that it is a pyramid? yet....there is one block missing in the 2nd row bottom spot. well, I could theorize for days but i must do more research. I have left the links below for some of the info that are in accordance with this.



Popular Science synthetic element berellium

Elemental Gold

Synthetic Elements

Wiki on Radiation
JOSMAN087   posted:11/21/2011 8:51:36 AM  (Reply)
looks like almost all are pyramidal, and a lot of them are missing a perfect structure. Francium is the first i came across that is.
JOSMAN087   posted:11/21/2011 8:51:56 AM  (Reply)
Omen502   posted:11/21/2011 11:13:57 AM  (Reply)

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JOSMAN087  posted:11/21/2011 8:51:36 AM  (Reply)
looks like almost all are pyramidal, and a lot of them are missing a perfect structure. Francium is the first i came across that is.
Hmm... I was in the process of looking that up, this is interesting.

wiki on Electron Configurations

The structures are fused together in a pyramid fashion meaning to me a "perfect" way of building to be a necessity. These synthetic elements may be more than we even know.
spiritech0   posted:11/21/2011 2:14:30 PM  (Reply)
Hold onto whatever gold you have. Do NOT 'sell' it... you'll need it.
spooky1   posted:11/21/2011 2:48:26 PM  (Reply)
Damn Omen,do u take smart pills or sumthin? Its a gift u have.always wished I was really.smart.keep up ur research
Omen502   posted:11/21/2011 2:56:54 PM  (Reply)

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spooky1  posted:11/21/2011 2:48:26 PM  (Reply)
Damn Omen,do u take smart pills or sumthin? Its a gift u have.always wished I was really.smart.keep up ur research
No, I don't take smart pills... and I don't see myself as smart either but thank you for the compliment. I will....You also.
Levinus   posted:11/25/2011 7:38:56 AM  (Reply)

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Omen502  posted:11/21/2011 8:47:16 AM  (Reply)
When I was in school I reviewed the periodic table many times, now when I look at it, I tend to wonder... What are these new elements and what is their purpose? Well after coming across an article on the creation of a new element I started to read further. Right now it seems they are playing with the heaviest element known (Berkellium). After looking into this my thoughts seem to wander... These new elements are radioactive elements. Radioactive as you all know are emitting a frequency... this frequency can alter dna, hence the cancer we find in victims. Is it possible to have an element created in which it will emit a "healthy" dna conversion frequency? Possibly another element not discovered yet? Maybe an anti-gravity element? Possibly a "fountain of youth"? O.k., aside from that brainstorm, I wonder about gold... I have heard theories of anti-gravity with the use of gold. Annunaki were said to have been mining it long ago. It is superconductor and it is being used to treat illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis and used for therapy in a few other instances. Is it possible to bombard these gold atoms creating a synthetic element that could change everything? Have they already done it? Has it been a secret since the beginning? Does this tie in somehow to neutrinos? Honestly, I am not sure, but i have come across something I thought was interesting. I took a look at the electron configuration shell of the element gold and found something I am not sure to be a coincidence but was a little shocking for me to see.


1s2
2s2 2p6
3s2 3p6 3d10
4s2 4p6 4d10 4f14
5s2 5p6 5d10
6s1

This is the configuration... isn't it odd that it is a pyramid? yet....there is one block missing in the 2nd row bottom spot. well, I could theorize for days but i must do more research. I have left the links below for some of the info that are in accordance with this.



Popular Science synthetic element berellium

Elemental Gold

Synthetic Elements

Wiki on Radiation
I've got this one for you, Omen.

So you remember the periodic table? Do you remember atoms? A neutron and proton group (the majority of the mass of the atom) blanketed in a electrified probability field called an electron. One electron and one proton and one neutron is hydrogen. If we up the number of protons and neutrons (simplified) we get a new element. Of course, we can vary each number in ratio to get things like ions and so forth.

CREATING an element is really that hard. Your body does it all the time. It separates water to create hydrogen ions. It helps our brain function. Ever seen advertisements for electrolytes in energy drinks? Same stuff. Our body makes a simplified version of it.

Radioactivity is a product of decay. Those subatomic particles that make up atoms tend to be shed over time. This is correlated with the stability of the atom. A house made of twigs will shed twigs, because it isn't stable. The great pyramids shed rock...but it takes a long...long time. So they are less "radioactive" than a twig hut.

I understand where you are coming from, and for a certain logic, it makes sense. Unfortunately, the radiation that these particles emit are...pretty regular. Radiation...all radiation is pretty bad for you. It is like lava or magma. It doesn't really matter what it is made of... A bath in the stuff will cook you.

Now there are particles that can emit USEFUL radiation. The electromagnetic spectrum is pretty broad. For example, if you electrify some kinds of phosphors, you get a very useful kind of radiation. Any LED you see is an electrified combination of synthetic elements that emits light. Which we can use.

Elements, as with all matter, cannot emit "healthy" radiation. For that kind of thinking, you'll want to turn to genetics and biology. Our DNA is really sensitive stuff. It mutates and rearranges itself all the time. Inside you now, I guarantee, is at least one cell that has the DNA required to cure a lifetime of illness. Likewise, there is also a cancerous cell that would kill you. But, these cells are like all cells. They all tend to die off. DNA doesn't get any beneficial change from radiation. Unlike spiderman, we cannot get a dose of radiation and become healthier or more powerful. Radiation doesn't change DNA, it breaks it apart and damages it. The process of becoming healthier or more powerful works over time with natural selection.

The same thing applies to gravity. Elements, by definition, have mass. Gravity is a property of matter. Anything with mass has gravity and is affected by gravity. Everywhere. So no chance of an anti-gravity element.

But there is GOOD news. Gravity, compared to the other three forces of nature, is really weak. VERY weak. If you can jump, you can prove it. The contraction of a handful of cells is enough to offset (for a short time) the gravitational pull of a relatively huge object, like our planet. For anti-gravity we have a couple of options that physicists are working on right now.

The first is an object that emits a continuous "pushing" force against the planet. Like a hovercraft or helicopter. Sure, it isn't very mysterious, but it is anti-gravity. It floats. Another...more complex idea is to find out what actually causes gravity.

THAT is a whole bunch of mathematics. Enough to make even Steven Hawking get a headache. We know gravity is the bending of our S/T continuum. That is common knowledge. The thing is...we aren't sure how it works. We orbit the sun because there is a warping of space around the sun. But WHY is that warping there? Why does matter do this? Is there some sort of gravity particle? If we could create/control that particle... we would unlock time travel...light-speed...you name it.

We are working on that! CERN and the LHC are trying their best to find this graviton particle. A particle that lends gravity to matter.

Now on to gold. Gold is pretty. It is odd you mentioned gold and radiation in the same post. Gold has a property of being very stable and happy. It is one of the least radioactive substances out there. It is very safe to touch.

Gold really isn't that unique though. It can resist some acids, and has some other properties. We are just fascinated with gold as a culture because it is shiny. It is also very soft and pliable for a metal. Which makes it easy to bend and shape. It is also conductive. So you can see how we, as humans, like it so much.

The problem is...gold is massive. It really can't be used for anti-gravity. If anything...it makes life heavier. If you bombard gold, like you said, you would melt it. That is basically what happens when you bombard any metal. It heats up...emits light...or melts.

Can you add protons to it? Sure. And you WILL create a new element called Mercury, which is NOT safe to touch. It poisons us! Amazing what a single proton will do.

It really is that simple. Add and subtract some subatomic particles and you get our periodic table. That is what we are doing in labs. Obviously we can't subtract anything from hydrogen. Well...you can. But you'll just have nothing. 1-1=0. But we can add stuff! And thats what we are doing. These new elements are very weak...and last only a short period of time and are really heavy.

So you like the electron configuration of gold? Check out the molecular arrangement of graphene. Which brings me to a new point. We can't really make or change an element to defy physics. But we can ARRANGE elements to do it. This is a REALLY new concept. Like...today new. Using nano-technology, we can super-compress molecules and arrange them. We can make them organized and structured. Odd thing is...when we do this...strange stuff starts happening. These materials are called "metamaterials". And our study is still in the infancy. It takes a lot of energy and technology to make even a small amount.

Graphene, mentioned above, is stuff that could quadruple the processing power of a computer, and fit it on a credit-card sized platform. Seriously. Neat stuff. We also have things that are invisible, at least on the microwave scale. But isn't that odd? What if it was invisible to a wider range of light? Like the visible spectrum? What if we MADE something like that?

First of all, and pardon my french, it would be a bitch to find. The minute we created it, we'd have to use infrared to find it, because you wouldn't be able to see it.

But keep your eye out for these new metamaterials. They are as revolutionary as the silicon circuit board. No kidding. Maybe one of our elements...arranged as a metamaterial...might make it immune to gravity. We'll see.
JOSMAN087   posted:11/25/2011 9:28:33 AM  (Reply)
The part of the atom that i am most interested in is the "strong force." We dont know what it is so were just guna make something up. pfft.
Levinus   posted:11/27/2011 8:03:20 AM  (Reply)

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JOSMAN087  posted:11/25/2011 9:28:33 AM  (Reply)
The part of the atom that i am most interested in is the "strong force." We dont know what it is so were just guna make something up. pfft.
Josman, you are doing exactly what snobby physicists hate. How dare you question our theoretical quantum mechanics!

Actually, we know the strong nuclear force pretty well. We know it backwards and forwards. This is because it is such a pain in the ass for physicists. Check out some of the studies done by the LHC. They are in a constant battle with the strong nuclear force.

We theorize that this force is carried by little blips of energy called gluons. This is some pretty crazy physics and there is tons of math involved, but I'll try to describe it in a way that normal people can understand. By normal, I mean people with social lives who don't hover over physics journals. People who have girlfriends and boyfriends. People who have happiness....god I hate my life.

Anyway, gluons are like...little messengers. They are tiny...very tiny. But they have a really cool job. They act like matchmakers for other subatomic particles. As I mentioned above, we are looking for a "gravity" particle. Gluons are the guys that, not only MAKE protons, but bind protons and neutrons together. If only we could find a particle like this for the gravitational force!

So how do gluons work? Its pretty complicated stuff, filled with contradictions, but it just seems to work that way. They act as a sort of glue. There are some smaller particles called quarks that react with gluons. There is property called a "color-charge" which is essentially a sort of combination code. Think of it like two slot machines on top of each other. If you spin the wheels, this "color charge" is basically a matching of the symbols. If you get a cherry, a seven, and a spade on one machine...then you want to get it on the next machine too. If you can get the right combination code that matches up...a gluon and a handful of quarks will give you a proton. A proton then organizes all its sticky gluons. It just so happens that this special combination-lock also LOVES to bind with neutrons. (Just a side-note...Color charge does not mean actual color. But physicists still USE colors to represent them. Red green and blue. Its still better to think of them as a slot machine combo.) Currently there are only six known combinations for quarks. Theoretically there are 16. Just like adding protons and electrons to get new elements....if you add quarks...you get new subatomic particles.

This stuff is STRONG glue. Like quantum gorilla glue. Even in the center of a star, this stuff holds up pretty well. Despite super-heating it, bashing it together...fusing atoms...it doesn't ever give.

Gluons and their color charge are the kinds of things that make peoples head explode. Everything in Newtonian physics just...doesn't apply at this level. Like what? Well...think of gravity or magnetism. We are used to things like magnets and planets being attracted to each other the closer they are. When we separate planets and magnets and stuff, the attraction fades and they go their separate ways.

That doesn't happen with gluons. When these matchmakers say so...stuff sticks together. If gluons tell some quarks to be buddies...by god...they are buddies for life. If you try to separate quarks that gluons declared to be mates....the attractive force never decreases. You could, in theory, pull them apart for miles and miles....and they would still resist you the same.

You'd need a LOT of force to pull them apart and hold them apart. It would take a military-style heavy-lift helicopter to hold onto just ONE quark if it was separated from its lover. No kidding. All of that force wrapped up in a tiny...blip of energy smaller than the proton of an atom. This is called the confinement property in quantum chromodynamics. Yeah, throw that term around in your next meeting.

So confinement is our connection force. Our helicopter-needing force. And it is pretty strong when energy levels are low.

But there is ANOTHER property to gluons. Its called asymptotic freedom. This is some trippy s*#&. THIS property says...hey...if you don't give me energy, I'll pull your damn helicopter out of the sky. Basically...as our helicopter lifts...trying to pull quarks apart...asymptotic freedom says if we don't give our gluons energy...that quark will get heavier...and heavier...and heavier.

Again, I mean more ATTRACTED. Not actually more massive. But asymptotic freedom has another aspect too. Lets say we squeeze our two lover-quarks together. Well...then their gluon glue becomes pretty weak. Kinda like being in love. Distance makes the quark grow fonder.

Thats really the best I can do without going into all the variable stuff. Color charges are a huge thing to study and they basically rule the strong nuclear force. The mathematics involved is really complex and abstract as well. But again, check out CERN. They are masters of the strong nuclear force.

Levinus   posted:11/27/2011 8:06:55 AM  (Reply)
Okay, so no one ask anymore physics questions for a while. My keyboard is melting.
LincolnGenghis   posted:11/27/2011 9:43:39 AM  (Reply)
OK so I am late in arriving to this thread, can someone please finish Einsteins Unified Field Theory for me. I have been waiting for it for quite some time? Just kidding ,, don't let your keyboard melt. LOL
JOSMAN087   posted:11/28/2011 6:18:19 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:11/27/2011 8:03:20 AM  (Reply)
Josman, you are doing exactly what snobby physicists hate. How dare you question our theoretical quantum mechanics!

Actually, we know the strong nuclear force pretty well. We know it backwards and forwards. This is because it is such a pain in the ass for physicists. Check out some of the studies done by the LHC. They are in a constant battle with the strong nuclear force.

We theorize that this force is carried by little blips of energy called gluons. This is some pretty crazy physics and there is tons of math involved, but I'll try to describe it in a way that normal people can understand. By normal, I mean people with social lives who don't hover over physics journals. People who have girlfriends and boyfriends. People who have happiness....god I hate my life.

Anyway, gluons are like...little messengers. They are tiny...very tiny. But they have a really cool job. They act like matchmakers for other subatomic particles. As I mentioned above, we are looking for a "gravity" particle. Gluons are the guys that, not only MAKE protons, but bind protons and neutrons together. If only we could find a particle like this for the gravitational force!

So how do gluons work? Its pretty complicated stuff, filled with contradictions, but it just seems to work that way. They act as a sort of glue. There are some smaller particles called quarks that react with gluons. There is property called a "color-charge" which is essentially a sort of combination code. Think of it like two slot machines on top of each other. If you spin the wheels, this "color charge" is basically a matching of the symbols. If you get a cherry, a seven, and a spade on one machine...then you want to get it on the next machine too. If you can get the right combination code that matches up...a gluon and a handful of quarks will give you a proton. A proton then organizes all its sticky gluons. It just so happens that this special combination-lock also LOVES to bind with neutrons. (Just a side-note...Color charge does not mean actual color. But physicists still USE colors to represent them. Red green and blue. Its still better to think of them as a slot machine combo.) Currently there are only six known combinations for quarks. Theoretically there are 16. Just like adding protons and electrons to get new elements....if you add quarks...you get new subatomic particles.

This stuff is STRONG glue. Like quantum gorilla glue. Even in the center of a star, this stuff holds up pretty well. Despite super-heating it, bashing it together...fusing atoms...it doesn't ever give.

Gluons and their color charge are the kinds of things that make peoples head explode. Everything in Newtonian physics just...doesn't apply at this level. Like what? Well...think of gravity or magnetism. We are used to things like magnets and planets being attracted to each other the closer they are. When we separate planets and magnets and stuff, the attraction fades and they go their separate ways.

That doesn't happen with gluons. When these matchmakers say so...stuff sticks together. If gluons tell some quarks to be buddies...by god...they are buddies for life. If you try to separate quarks that gluons declared to be mates....the attractive force never decreases. You could, in theory, pull them apart for miles and miles....and they would still resist you the same.

You'd need a LOT of force to pull them apart and hold them apart. It would take a military-style heavy-lift helicopter to hold onto just ONE quark if it was separated from its lover. No kidding. All of that force wrapped up in a tiny...blip of energy smaller than the proton of an atom. This is called the confinement property in quantum chromodynamics. Yeah, throw that term around in your next meeting.

So confinement is our connection force. Our helicopter-needing force. And it is pretty strong when energy levels are low.

But there is ANOTHER property to gluons. Its called asymptotic freedom. This is some trippy s*#&. THIS property says...hey...if you don't give me energy, I'll pull your damn helicopter out of the sky. Basically...as our helicopter lifts...trying to pull quarks apart...asymptotic freedom says if we don't give our gluons energy...that quark will get heavier...and heavier...and heavier.

Again, I mean more ATTRACTED. Not actually more massive. But asymptotic freedom has another aspect too. Lets say we squeeze our two lover-quarks together. Well...then their gluon glue becomes pretty weak. Kinda like being in love. Distance makes the quark grow fonder.

Thats really the best I can do without going into all the variable stuff. Color charges are a huge thing to study and they basically rule the strong nuclear force. The mathematics involved is really complex and abstract as well. But again, check out CERN. They are masters of the strong nuclear force.

Well you certainly know yours stuff, and I thank you for sharing. So are the color-charges magnetic or electronic waves? And if you were able to pull the quarks apart and then let them go, would they rush back to each other in turn creating an explosion on impact? or when they got closer would they slow down due to the strength of the charge in that they are closer? Has anyone found a way to interupt the color_charges say like shooting another "color" at them. Or is that what splitting an atom is and why we have the A-bomb in the first place?
Levinus   posted:11/28/2011 7:26:23 AM  (Reply)
Color charges are...NEITHER/BOTH magnetic or/and electronic. I'll be honest, I'm a little confused about that part myself. Gluons use three forces to hold things together. The electromagnetic duality paired with a third force. The third force, I believe, has a lot to do with the spin of the particle, but I'm not quite sure.

Also, at that level, there aren't really waves of energy. Most energy is positioned in fields with a LOT of probability and statistics. This is because we can't really zoom in close enough to see it without really messing it all up. Heisenberg.

Quarks, when pulled apart will do two things. First...they might just snap apart, if you give gluons enough energy. This is exactly like a cell dividing. Chances are, the quarks will find someone else to be with. As far as snapping back together, yes. And the weird thing is...they do it instantly without any time. Again, this is in theory. But they literally return to their original position without crossing space/time. Weird huh? So they don't really speed up or slow down. They just...BE.

Another particle (much larger) that does this, are electrons. If you zap an electron field with photons...they jump energy levels instantly. Think about that. Thats pretty weird.

We CAN interrupt those color-charges. It happens all the time. The large hadron collider works this way. A HADRON is a particle composed of quarks. So when we collide quarky particles...we can really see the inner workings of them. With enough energy, the quarks get smashed and pretty much just say F*@& this, and spin away.

LHC is also doing some cool stuff trying to rearrange those color-charges. There are six known combos for those charges, and the LHC is trying to work out some more variety. They also are working on understanding our strong/weak nuclear forces. They have a hunch that they are both just manifestations of the same quantum force. They are very similar, despite showing themselves in such different ways.

As for the atom bomb, you already answered your own question. Splitting an atom is child's play compared to splitting a quark pair. At least...as far as technology goes. Atom bombs work by combined fission/fusion reactions with the nucleus of several atoms. Basically, if you do it right, you start a chain reaction.

Atoms are really OCD, and refuse to work under certain conditions. They want exactly the right number of protons, neutrons and electrons to be stable. Or they go on strike. They'll decay, or rob other stable particles for their parts. Fission does this. If we take say...uranium and give it a little love in the form of hydrogen atoms...we get our chain reaction. Uranium, when prepared, just can't resist those tasty hydrogen neutrons. So it takes them. This will burst the uranium atom into two NEW atoms, and with that, fire out all this binding energy. This energy slams into innocent atoms that just happened to be around. Atoms of oxygen...tree atoms...dolphin atoms...people atoms. Then THOSE atoms react, releasing a huge variety of energy. If you were hit directly with a hydrogen bomb (thats the uranium/hydrogen combo), you would literally be broken up at the atomic level. Totally destroyed. The reaction continues until most of the uranium is happy and stable, and all those tasty hydrogens are fused into helium.

Really nasty stuff, nuclear weapons. Despite this crazy chain reaction and like...50 million degrees, gluons barely notice. Quarks don't have a clue it even happened. That is easy cheese for them. This is an ATOMIC reaction, not sub-atomic. Granted, we do get lots of electromagnetic radiation, from our photons. But for the most part, atoms are just rearranged, and it is primarily done with electron and neutron exchange. Gluons don't budge. They need more than that to encourage them.

The cool thing about fission...is that it is relatively cool. We can get a HUGE amount of energy from it without accidentally creating a small sun, like in spiderman. Dr. Octavius was a dumbass, by the way. I'll explain it if you want me to.
JOSMAN087   posted:11/28/2011 7:44:29 AM  (Reply)
Im afraid that if you did explain it, your computer would go nuclear. lol. but thanks for the insite.
Levinus   posted:11/29/2011 8:20:20 AM  (Reply)
I can't help myself.

So, Dr. Octavius from Spiderman. He created a FUSION reaction by radiating some sort of stupid element. The thing is...you can't create a sun the way he did.

Our sun is a huge ball of fusing hydrogen. It is a ball, not an explosion, because it is massive enough that gravity holds it all together...despite it wanting to blow to pieces. Dr Octavius had such a small star that it would burn itself out by exploding instantly. Regardless of how many arms he had.

Also, it would emit WHITE light. Not the pretty light show it put on in the lab. It would blind everyone, cook them, then radiate their remains.

One thing they did nail down...the singularity. If you had a singularity that small from such a small mass...it probably would do some major damage before it became obsolete.
bbigffish   posted:12/1/2011 7:37:19 PM  (Reply)

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Omen502  posted:11/21/2011 8:47:16 AM  (Reply)
When I was in school I reviewed the periodic table many times, now when I look at it, I tend to wonder... What are these new elements and what is their purpose? Well after coming across an article on the creation of a new element I started to read further. Right now it seems they are playing with the heaviest element known (Berkellium). After looking into this my thoughts seem to wander... These new elements are radioactive elements. Radioactive as you all know are emitting a frequency... this frequency can alter dna, hence the cancer we find in victims. Is it possible to have an element created in which it will emit a "healthy" dna conversion frequency? Possibly another element not discovered yet? Maybe an anti-gravity element? Possibly a "fountain of youth"? O.k., aside from that brainstorm, I wonder about gold... I have heard theories of anti-gravity with the use of gold. Annunaki were said to have been mining it long ago. It is superconductor and it is being used to treat illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis and used for therapy in a few other instances. Is it possible to bombard these gold atoms creating a synthetic element that could change everything? Have they already done it? Has it been a secret since the beginning? Does this tie in somehow to neutrinos? Honestly, I am not sure, but i have come across something I thought was interesting. I took a look at the electron configuration shell of the element gold and found something I am not sure to be a coincidence but was a little shocking for me to see.


1s2
2s2 2p6
3s2 3p6 3d10
4s2 4p6 4d10 4f14
5s2 5p6 5d10
6s1

This is the configuration... isn't it odd that it is a pyramid? yet....there is one block missing in the 2nd row bottom spot. well, I could theorize for days but i must do more research. I have left the links below for some of the info that are in accordance with this.



Popular Science synthetic element berellium

Elemental Gold

Synthetic Elements

Wiki on Radiation
I like the way Omen puts these things ,easier to understand ,I like to see smart people on sites ,alot of people stick their noses up at ,but secretly check them out !!lol !!


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