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Given the energy and density involved in a supernova, one could believe that such an element could exist during the event.

Maybe.

The probably would be very small though. All elements above lead (82) are unstable and to decay to some degree. Elements 100 and above are highly unstable. Fermium (element 100) only lasts 101 days, while Ununoctium (118) lasts a mere 0.89 milliseconds. However, there is speculation about an "Island of Stability" and an element/isotope of around 120 protons.

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They can make it but it will be so unstable that it decays almost instantly. Call me when they make Ununoctium biggrin.gif
    
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Actually scientists and physicist are looking for what's called the island of stability. Certain superheavy elements with weights and subatomic combinations that are stable enough to observe like regular elements thought that might be of some interests for you people thumb.gif
    
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my bet will go with my water theory.at various treshold ,the state will change .for water get off eaay since it is our element.but i suspect the oher element change might be percieve as a new element when in fact its a phaze change .you get water is vapor form .liquid form , solid fotm .try to tell ice is water for fun .(just a siliness)imagine a phaze change happening to human?or nuclear bomb?to a i7 2700 k.ya it.bringbillion of potential.
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my bet will go with my water theory.at various treshold ,the state will change .for water get off eaay since it is our element.but i suspect the oher element change might be percieve as a new element when in fact its a phaze change .you get water is vapor form .liquid form , solid fotm .try to tell ice is water for fun .(just a siliness)imagine a phaze change happening to human?or nuclear bomb?to a i7 2700 k.ya it.bringbillion of potential.

Phase means nothing when you're identifying by atomic mass.
    
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Drbaltazar, no offense, but take a basic science course. Just go to your local university and audit a class or something. If you can't afford it just pretend you're a student and sit in the back. Introductory Science, whatever. Then move up to Chem, Bio, and Phys 101. It'll help you out in life.
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Element 115 was already discovered in 1999 as elerium.



Oh I can't wait until next month biggrin.gif
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Probably never, but that's fine with me.

Please fix your quote.
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Please fix your quote.

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