- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : why in groups of periodic table atomic number increases by 2n2( n means the number of rows in periodic table)?
♥ 2n2 is the maximum electron that a shell could have.im going to blow your mind .darkness no longer absence of light!? .no hating just think about it.?
♥ **yes there is alot, though its worth the read** okay i am going to try and get you to think about this, please have an open mind, do not be quick to shut me off, please think about it and be open minded. okay so here it is, say darkness is not the absent of light, see we are learnt and brought up to think darkness is the absence of light and that where there is no light darkness is there but when light shines it leaves as we believe darkness is not matter or not anything but simply 'absent' now you really need to be open minded, think about the technology we have, think what we could have, also think of the potential of elements that could be and is missing on the periodic table, elements out there in space in which we do not have down. what if say we created something of like a light bulb outer appearance but with such a chemical we could shine out darkness, like an actually black torch. maybe not so much the chemical affects on this torch but maybe overall we discovered that we could make something that shone out darkness, if this was possible and still bear with me, then out concept and thought on darkness being the absence of light and that darkness is weaker than light is all wrong and corrupted, think that if we had the potential to to create and shine darkness and change the definition of what we think darkness is and change everyones mind and concept it would change the universe, would light still be bigger and stronger than darkness if we had a normal torch and a black torch shine towards each other which would win? obviously had to be tested in broad daylight and in a dark room at different times, if this was real, new religions would come of us, if this was such then all out movie producers and directors and writers will lean towards darkness winning sometime, then again me stating this could be a good movie something based on the creation of darkness ..most religions of light being bigger than darkness and conquering the evil one would be corrupt, what if satan was stronger, what if evil spirits of different religions overcame and overtook and were stronger, where would we be left, just like to leave that with you thinking, think about all of this and the possibility, yes its very, very low but anything is possible. i myself am a christian if anyone was wondering if i was actually the opposite or just a lunatic and i don't believe this is possible but then again it could be .think about it darkness absence of light no more, darkness can overcome light? is this possible, do you, yourself possibly believe this could happen ..please no hating comments or crap that you don't believe an im an idiot, but think about this possibility i know its a stupid question but think about it, what if? and yes there is a lot of "if" but still think about it .? let me know your response, what do you reckon? lol and yeah again, let me know if this would be a pretty cool movie, think about a movie where a mad scientist created such an object which shone light, it would be magnificent, could be well action pact, science fiction and adventure all in one, it would be quite a good movie, so i am saying now publicly i thought of this first if a movie does come out, yes again people may think its stupid but its possible, no one wants to think about it because they don't want to accept such a bad and possibility of a fact? i thought of this maybe a year ago or about, thought i will let it out know haha let me know what you think, if you are up to this, thank you for reading it all :) i hope it wasn't a waste of your time :p also 10 points to best response i guess hahaha, also click this and make this "interesting" if you find it interesting, highlight it interesting :)do you think this is a good report?
♥ i have to do a report on neon for chemistry class tell me what you think! --------------------------------------------------------------------- facts my element is neon. the element symbol is ne. it’s atomic weight is 20.1797 and it’s atomic number is 10. neon is in period #2, group #18, and in the noble gas category. also neon is classified as a non-metal. the boiling point is -410.94 degrees fairenheight and the melting point is -415.46 degrees fairenheight. at room temperature, neon is in the form of a gas. history and uses neon was first discovered by a scottish chemist, sir william ramsay, and an english chemist, morris m. travers, by studying liquefied air. oddly ,being the #4 most abundant element in the universe , only .0018% of the earths atmosphere is neon. the most common use for neon as a gas would be in advertising signs. neon is used also to make high voltage indicators. when combined with helium, helium-neon lasers are made. liquid neon can be used for a cryogenic refrigerant. neon is very highly inert and does not form any known compounds, though there is some evidence that it possibly forms a compound with flourine. fun facts *neon is from the greek word neos *neon is originally colorless, but glows reddish orange in an electric discharge *by 1927 new york city already had 750 neon signs *by 1930 over 5,000 people were employed in more than 2,000 neon workshops across the country sources http://www.periodic-table.org.uk/element-neon.htm http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele010.html neon by edward willetthow does this story sound so far?
♥ this is the first page of possibly a book i might make tell my how good it is so far. tell the truth as well. when most humans imagined aliens at first. they thought of great big scary green things with antenna and goggle eyes that come down in a non-aerodynamic ufo in the shape of a disc. figures though, the human race always imagined things worse than they really are. as a matter of fact the first contact in 2013 (well first public contact) was with another version of human same elements out of the now 297 on the galactic periodic table. the world governments got together on the new international space station which only took six months to build after the old one blew up from an accident with some idiot bringing a lighter on board for a smoke break. inside the gas chamber. out of all places. the governments watched as though it was the last time they would ever see the sun again. a large fleet of human colonists. by human i mean fera system human not sol system humans. they had 4 planets in there solar system named after there goddess' (5) pteran, heri, chera, mava and, fera. no-one is quite sure how these names came to be. there are 32 different origin human worlds in the milky way galaxy. only 6 so far can travel through space, 3 are lost in space and time for breaking the laws of physics, and the rest are primitive to life or to space travel. currently earth is still primitive to space travel. they haven't even figured out how to bend space and time using a 6 core processor for a computer, some spaghetti and, some refined orthoneum (element 231) only obtainable near a star 500 light years away on a broken carrier with the remains of the long since forgotten ape species of apala. which is in fact why no-one can bend space. how anyone knows this is impossible. which is one reason why the galactic council almost voted to remove orthoneum from the galactic periodic table. first contact for earth was a magnificent show as the humans from the fera system slowly touched down in the middle of new york city. they then got back into there ship flew up and broadcasted a message “we are sorry to bother you but what race and planet is this.” the new international space station replied with “we are human kind of planet earth, we would like to request peace with you.” “by fera!” the ship responded “no ****!? we're human too! guys check it out another race of human!” the crew of the ship awed as they were amazed that more home planets existed. “excuse me, but where is your guardian fleet?” said the ship. “what is that?” replied the international space station. “you know you're supposed to have a small fleet to prove that you're space travelers.”he said slowing down as he talked. “oh i see you-you haven't mastered interstellar travel yet. right.””well to help we're sending some cargo to the cargo hold of the space station it is 200,000 earth pounds in wieght.” “how were you able to calculate how much it weighed on earth?” “quite simple as a matter of fact we reverse engineered an atomic clock took the accuracy drives took a piece of orange tubing and broke an entire moon primarily made of diamond. as a matter of fact i notice your moon is made 67.36782936947292635490547286574265842262271628341829% diamond. quite a lucky number my friend!” yes i know there are a ton of grammatical errors. :)chemistry help please 10 questions. any help would be great. 10 points?
♥ 2. which of the following ions is an oxyanion? (points : 3) f so42 nh4+ scn 3. in the mineral beryl [beal2(sio3)6], what is the ratio of beryllium to aluminum to silicate (sio3)? (points : 3) 1 : 1 : 1 1 : 2 : 6 3 : 2 : 1 6 : 3 : 1 4. the bond strength of compounds a, b, c, and d as measured by their bond energies (kj/mol) 350, 500, 180, and 1,450, respectively. which compound will most likely conduct electricity when dissolved in water? (points : 3) compound a compound c compound d compound b 5. which of the following ions would represent the ion of an element from group 1a? (points : 3) z+ x e2+ t3 6. which of the following is a property of an ionic compound? (points : 3) blue brittle low boiling point low melting point 7. which of the following ions will most likely form a precipitate when reacted with so42? (points : 3) ba2+ na+ i k+ 8. which of the following compounds contains a double bond? (points : 3) ammonia (nh3) methane (ch4) chlorine (cl2) ethene (c2h4) 9. in an electron dot diagram of propane (c3h8), how many double bonds are present? (points : 3) none one two three 10. what is the molecular shape of silicon tetrabromide? (points : 3) tetrahedron linear pyramidal bent triatomic 11. which of the following intermolecular forces plays a pivotal role in the unique properties of water? (points : 3) dipoledipole force iondipole force hydrogen bonding dispersion force if you could really explain that would help so much!!! thank you for any help.