Saturday, February 25, 2012

Massive Densities of Galactic Cores will cause New Elements!

The massive densities of galactic cores has no choice but to crush elements that we consider dense into new elements. This model predicts that the element table must expand by factors. We will see the results of this in our supercoliders when we can contain the collisions of current dense element tests. Some radioactive decay will occur as elemental H,He,Li...

By using multidirectional precise timed collisions in a magnetic sealed chamber with the target pellet of dense radioactive material stabalized by Z boson, photons and pressure waves will allow the user to define the stability of the new element.

We have already done this in the great elemental discovey era. This model demands and predicts ~8^10 increase in our elemental table. It could be much higher.

The 8 is a strange number but it is the valence number of each shell.

And we still should examine the spiral shape of the elemental table as defined in a previos posting on this blog.
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