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    500 Is A Nice Number........


    Well this is my 500th post

    And Dolda is rite this is addictive
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    Congratulations! Only 6772 more posts to catch up to Dolda!



    From all of us, thanks for loads of insight and tons of help...

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    And 100 is a nice number too...

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    I'm not sure what number I'm up to, but I'm sure its a nice number.

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    Come on, you all know that 62 blows those other numbers out of the water. And here's why:

    Samarium: atomic number 62: a gray lustrous metallic element of the rare earth group; is used in special alloys; occurs in monazite and bastnasite

    Yeah, that's right. It's a gray lustrous metallic element. BOOYA! Swish! dt2 -- no offense, but element 100 is Fermium, and that only has a half-life of 80 days max, and has no isotopes of commercial importance. And there isn't even an element with 386 or 500 protons. So deal with that. :P :P :P
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