Omnichem

Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by NietzscheHimself, Mar 16, 2012.

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  1. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    it's an observation meant for criticism of your hamartia. Or why I found this answer instead of you.



    The way to settle this is with math. And as you know I am terrible at the subject.

    Surely we can measure the mass and density of this radioactive sludge and find out if it's inherent gravity is enough to stop light from exiting.

    Or we could just look at it...
     
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  3. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    What answer?
     
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    Before or after you've killed yourself in the process of trying?

    Your premise is broken on the outset - you cannot possibly get all of the 118 known elements in one place. Even if you could, chances are you'd have an explosion half way through the process of adding them. Furthermore, while I can make no claim to being an expert in physics, I am quite sure that what you are trying to suggest wreaks of crackpottery and wrong science.
     
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  7. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    The answer to a question you obviously don't see. We have discussed the plausibility of a specific object without knowing it's properties. Do you deny this?
     
  8. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    What object? Your omnisludge? It's been pointed out that you can't form it to begin with. It doesn't, and can't exist, and so has no properties to be discussed.
     
  9. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    "Save for short half-lived radioactive elements, all of the elements are available industrially, most to high degrees of purity."

    "Of the 118 known elements, only the first 98 are known to occur naturally on Earth. Of these, 80 are stable, while the others are radioactive"

    Wikipedia
     
  10. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    I was under the impression that it was plausible under gaseous conditions. You imply plausibility off another poster then you deny it to me. Is it possible you are unsure?
     
  11. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    No, it was said that the only way such a combination might be possible would be if all elements were in a gaseous state. But the reactive properties of different elements do not allow them to combine.
     
  12. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Are you saying it would be too reactive or not reactive enough?
     
  13. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    Both.
     
  14. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    And you have based this assumption on what knowledge?
     
  15. hypervalent_iodine Registered Member

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    And so now that you've proven my point, do you have anything else to add?

    Also, you wouldn't get a majority of the metals to form gases. You would get a lot of salts, most of which don't enter liquid state until over the 500 degree C range. Not that it matters, generally speaking. Reactions work fine in liquids.
     
  16. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    A very basic knowledge of the elements of the periodic table is all that's needed.
     
  17. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    A modest electron has enough "gravity" to absorb a particle of light and you don't consider the potential of them all combined to block light from passing?

    You look for what questions I can answer instead of what questions could be answered.

    For all that is at stake: Chemistry, physics, astronomy. You will search for the rest of your life and find no other task more overwhelming.
     
  18. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    If you think that it's 'gravity' which causes a photon to be absorbed by an electron, you're in sadder shape than I thought you were.
     
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    Are you talking about chemistry or just about philosophy, based in your post you are in the wrong place
     
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  21. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    Any retard could admit what this universe is made of or how it works. It takes a special type of one who will then turn around and say it is impossible to make anything out of the elements because they don't get along in the universe.
     
  22. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    That really doesn't make any sense, but then, it's about what I expected from you.
     
  23. NietzscheHimself Banned Banned

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    I'm calling your beliefs hypocritical Alex. It's unfortunate you couldn't read into that.

    You obviously expect some kind of reaction out of this jambalaya. Yet you are unconcerned of what kind. Why is this not interesting to you?

    Outline what laws it would break or acknowledge the laws it could make.
     
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