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Gary L Kettlewood Jr

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Does Ununpentium have antigravity properties?
« on: 23/05/2011 13:01:02 »
Gary L Kettlewood Jr  asked the Naked Scientists:
   
I think I have a fun question...

I hear from certain conspiracy themed sources, that Ununpentium (element 115) exists in an "island of stability" on the periodic chart, and can be used for Anti-Gravity purposes by secretive governments to help fly their UFO's.

It is supposed that Ununpentium has such anti-gravity properties because the nuclear forces extend beyond the electron cloud, allowing it "to be maniuplated".   Is this even possible?

What do you think?
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Does Ununpentium have antigravity properties?
« Reply #1 on: 23/05/2011 18:57:26 »
"Is this even possible?"
no.
 

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