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Could someone explain those Names in the "Chemistry" entry to me? It would be very atypical for Randall to make a mistake in that place, but both seem to be impossible to spell with the periodic table of elements.Potassium, Astatine and Helium would give K-At-He- (and some radiation posioning) and Iodine and Neon -Id-Ne. But neither Rubidium (Ru), nor Radium (Ra), nor Ruthentium (Ru), nor Rhodium (Rh) nor Radon (RN) give you a pure "R" and likewise there is no Element Ri or Er, so it is impossible to put the "R" into "Katherine".Likewise "Brandon" could be started with Boron (B), Radon (Ra), Nitrogen (N) and finished with Oxygen (O) and again Nitrogen (N), but there are only two "D"s in the whole peridoic table and both are fixed to other letters, that would not fit: Paladium (Pd) and Gadolinium (Gd).P.S.: 3 full Minutes of Captcha-solving for a Wiki? WTF??? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 23:40, 23 November 2022 (please sign your comments with )
Due to the prior comic, I actually bought a Cybiko (I'm into older computer collecting). Now that he's mentioned it again, I'm thankful I got it quick, before the inevitable price rise. 18.104.22.168 01:00, 24 November 2022 (UTC)
Might be relevant, but What If? had a chapter dedicated to the hypotetical idea of building a periodic table with each square comprised of the element represented therein. It obviously gets dangerous/apocalyptic by the time you get past the first couple rows.--22.214.171.124 13:19, 26 November 2022 (UTC)
Anyone who reads that short story and thinks it's sad hasn't experiences how quickly babies grow in a while. We've given away so many baby shoes that the baby grew out of before they got a chance to wear them. It's just a reality of life. Andyd273 (talk) 17:43, 29 November 2022 (UTC)
Greenpeace's war on the Periodic Table!! The Periodic Table of the elements is central to the understanding and appreciation of chemistry. But if you believed Greenpeace, almost every element is dangerous. This periodic table links to Greenpeace web-sites that cast the elements in a bad light. Oakley Environmental Research
BMA's 'alternative' therapy warning. Complementary and alternative medicine should be regulated to change the current unacceptable situation where people without training can practice it, the British Medical Association has said. Independent
With a body slam the child slumps into her seat. If the car turns around and she is delivered home like an errant package and marched up the steps to the dingy third floor apartment, her arm a stitch away from being yanked out of its socket, she will be punishing the others. No playdate for them. Unless Ginger, her mother, abandons her, her cheek pressed against the window, rageful tears spotting the pane. She'd imagine her mother, tall and knifelike in her camel's hair coat, retrieving other little girls, docile things with blonde smiles, swishy petticoats. Those playmates would inwardly gloat when Ginger reported Kiera couldn't swing on the swings today because she was naughty. Yes, her mother most likely would lavish attention on the porcelain dolls, none of whom would ever put their dirty shoes on the back seat.
What the reunion proved was they hadn't really known each other, not just she and Greg, but the boys in German class, the girls in homeroom. Way back then, they'd had preconceived notions, didn't want to revise them. Either that or they'd all changed. Grown up. Developed new interests, although she'd always liked to bake, had made Greg a buttery, nutty cake on their very first date. She hadn't made many others because that was the only recipe she'd liked in the one cookbook her mother owned. She hadn't wanted Greg to think her boring. Besides, they'd dated spottily senior year, mostly when Greg needed help with his chemistry. He only understood her when she talked in the alphabet of the periodic table. Certainly he'd lost all understanding when it came to Ag or Au, not that she'd wanted a ring in high school; she hadn't. She'd wanted him to think that's what he wanted. She'd wanted romance and got a boyfriend with Ne and Kr for a soul instead. His inertness had extended to his ability to meet her needs, only exceeded by her husband's resemblance to helium in all things emotional. 041b061a72