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I like your symmetry. However, the notes I'm seeing indicate that the next noble gas following Ununoctium [nofollow] should be Unhexoctium [nofollow] with electron shells: 2,8,18,32,50,32,18,8 and atomic number 168.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extended_periodic_table [nofollow]I believe that all elements with atomic numbers greater than Lead (82) are radioactive. So, I find it doubtful that super heavy noble gases would be stable in normal space, outside of neutron stars and black holes.
Noble gas 12, element 172 is the fabric of our universe.
I personally have a radically different idea of what the fabric of the universe is. I believe it is a superconducting super fluid,