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Periodic table's seventh row finally filled as four new elements are added

 
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Periodic table's seventh row finally filled as four new elements are added
Discovery of four super-heavy chemical elements by scientists in Russia, America and Japan has been verified by experts and formally added to table

Four new elements have been added to the periodic table, finally completing the table’s seventh row and rendering science textbooks around the world instantly out of date.

The elements, discovered by scientists in Japan, Russia and America, are the first to be added to the table since 2011, when elements 114 and 116 were added.

The four were verified on 30 December by the US-based International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, the global organisation that governs chemical nomenclature, terminology and measurement.

IUPAC announced that a Russian-American team of scientists at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California had produced sufficient evidence to claim the discovery of elements 115, 117 and 118.
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The body awarded credit for the discovery of element 113, which had also been claimed by the Russians and Americans, to a team of scientists from the Riken institute in Japan.

Kosuke Morita, who was leading the research at Riken, said his team now planned to “look to the unchartered territory of element 119 and beyond.”

Ryoji Noyori, former Riken president and Nobel laureate in chemistry said: “To scientists, this is of greater value than an Olympic gold medal”.

The elements, which currently bear placeholder names, will be officially named by the teams that discovered them in the coming months. Element 113 will be the first element to be named in Asia.

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So you finally put her down then, Face. lol

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So you finally put her down then, Face. lol
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lol right :)
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more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
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Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
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more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
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Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
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Yeah well they don't need more. Traces of agent orange in most foods and water supplies is doing enough alone. Not getting into the aluminum waste.
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
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Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


Yeah well they don't need more. Traces of agent orange in most foods and water supplies is doing enough alone. Not getting into the aluminum waste.
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These new elements can't get into "foods and water supplies" because they decay almost as soon as they've been created.

And how do you know we don't need more trans-uranic elements? It's been hypothesized that there exists an island of stability for ultra heavy elements. That is, at some point the ultra heavy nuclei become stable again and instead of decaying rapidly like these new ones, they'll be stable and usable for energy production, for instance. That's what happened with Plutonium. It's an artificial element, but much more fissionable than Uranium 235/238.

If anything, we need to pursue this research just to know. Knowledge is valuable in itself.
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Anyone remember the first time they heard of 115 before Bob Lazar?
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more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
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Yeah well they don't need more. Traces of agent orange in most foods and water supplies is doing enough alone. Not getting into the aluminum waste.
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Agent orange is a compound and not an element. An organic compound similar to those that makes up your own body (i.e, mainly made up of elements: Carbon and Hydrogen).

Do you even know anything at all about Chemistry?

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more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


Yeah well they don't need more. Traces of agent orange in most foods and water supplies is doing enough alone. Not getting into the aluminum waste.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227


Agent orange is a compound and not an element.

Do you even know anything at all about Chemistry?
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lol
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


Yeah well they don't need more. Traces of agent orange in most foods and water supplies is doing enough alone. Not getting into the aluminum waste.
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Derp derp derp chemicals are bad, get the dihydrogen monoxide out of my water supply derp derp derp
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Re: Periodic table's seventh row finally filled as four new elements are added
yay! more artificial highly radioactive anitmatter elements.

as if the rest of the radioactive anitmatter elements used in nuclear research werent enough.

these anitmatter elements were burried deep within the most remote locations of the earth, and hidden for a reson - in hopes that mankind would never find them again.
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yay! more artificial highly radioactive anitmatter elements.

as if the rest of the radioactive anitmatter elements used in nuclear research werent enough.

these anitmatter elements were burried deep within the most remote locations of the earth, and hidden for a reson - in hopes that mankind would never find them again.
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WTF? Antimatter? Is it a global scientific illiteracy day today? These elements are perfectly normal matter.

They weren't "buried deep within the most remote locations of the earth" either. There are no such elements on earth, because they've decayed away. They can exist only under a strong neutron flux that briefly transmutes stable elements into trans-uranic elements.
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God isn't real but we've discovered four new elements. Oh, maybe we should keep seeing if God is real or not? Nah, let's see if we can discover more elements!
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yay! more artificial highly radioactive anitmatter elements.

as if the rest of the radioactive anitmatter elements used in nuclear research werent enough.

these anitmatter elements were burried deep within the most remote locations of the earth, and hidden for a reson - in hopes that mankind would never find them again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47607764

WTF? Antimatter? Is it a global scientific illiteracy day today? These elements are perfectly normal matter.

They weren't "buried deep within the most remote locations of the earth" either. There are no such elements on earth, because they've decayed away. They can exist only under a strong neutron flux that briefly transmutes stable elements into trans-uranic elements.
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Nah i think its just a majority of the people here are illiterate.... Antimatter, agent orange in the water.... People like this are the reason we cant have nice things!

Its rare we even have a topic like this pinned here, people are too busy on a racist tirade about pictures of black people on google... *sigh*

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I've seen somewhere in Internet that The Island of Stability is centered in Element 115.
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Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
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[link to www.gravitywarpdrive.com]

damned
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
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Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
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Thats not how it works, there are specifications for element 115
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yeah I'm sure we "created" more nuclear byproducts via fukushima

Funny how scientists are so smart in one area, and so amazingly retarded in others.
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71124074


Shit man, I guess you are not in 9th grade yet? Get chemistry class done first, then post before you make a fool of yourself.
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yaaaay

more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71124074


Thats not how it works, there are specifications for element 115
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Right so the government just admitted to discovering Bob Lazar's element from a UFO.
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not surprised about japan offering up new elements...

they were created in the corium of fukushima...
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more toxic chems that tptb can use to poison their retarded sheep slaves
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50578227

Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71124074


Shit man, I guess you are not in 9th grade yet? Get chemistry class done first, then post before you make a fool of yourself.
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The periodic table is a chart not a graph dimwit.
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Hardly. The new elements have lifetimes measured in seconds, milliseconds and microseconds. The appear and then decay back into more familiar elements.

Interesting that they've finally produced element 115 which is supposedly the element required for creating anti-gravity. :)
 Quoting: Dr. Moran


115 was just the next empty space on the list. Whichever element they found next would go there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71124074


Shit man, I guess you are not in 9th grade yet? Get chemistry class done first, then post before you make a fool of yourself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63830158


The periodic table is a chart not a graph dimwit.
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Who said it was a graph? I don't recall mentioning it.
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putin
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Anyone remember the first time they heard of 115 before Bob Lazar?
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Many different kinds of Element 115.

Bob Lazar was right.
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I have a laminated periodic table chart from the Franklin Institute a couple years old and they are already on there. Must just take time for formal verification.
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Anyone remember the first time they heard of 115 before Bob Lazar?
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Many different kinds of Element 115.

Bob Lazar was right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25956544


Lazar said he had element 115, that doesn't mean that actual element 115 that's been discovered has antigravitic properties.

Lazar knew 115 would be discovered eventually and so now he gets to look like a prophet to all the ufotards on this board.
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They should name the new elements:
Vorange
Zurple
Dilver

Then...at long last...all colors would have a rhyming word.
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Woo-ho!

My favorite name is "Unobtanium"

Cool name





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