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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - merkdox
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but alchemists have forbiden making gold
#33 to #16 - anon id: d13ffc10
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Hence why they hate her.
#67 to #16 - teun
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for biden making gold?
your grammar is bad but I love the idea
User avatar #77 to #67 - ilikebigdick
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Spelling*
#32 - felixjarl
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#59 to #32 - protravis
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WHY WONT THE LEARN MORE BUTTON WORK
WHY WONT THE LEARN MORE BUTTON WORK
#1 - myactualname
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#4 to #1 - anon id: 13d98c75
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Actually, you can remove 1 electron pretty easy. It's not about removing the electron, but the proton. Removing electrons causes static electricity. And for that you need very expensive equipment that would cost you more than all gold you could make.
#6 to #1 - anon id: 6b7183da
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The elctron doesn't matter, its the protons and that's not so simple
User avatar #10 to #1 - cubanwhiteman
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My god, that idea is Golden
#14 to #1 - myactualname
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Damn it i ment proton...
#15 to #1 - anon id: 7efc4790
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Thats not correct. The protons in an atom determine what atom it is. Lead is number 82 and gold 79. Youd have to remove 3 protons(and neutrons) to get gold. furthermore removing an electron would just create an ion and give it a positive charge. If youd remove one electron youd get Pb+.
User avatar #12 to #1 - anonymoose
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I don't do a lot of chemistry, but would that not result in a lead ion?

It's the protons, *****!
User avatar #30 to #1 - randomersixoneone
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NO. YOU COMPLETE ******* RETARDED *******.
OK, REMOVE ALL THE ******* ELECTRONS, IT'S STILL LEAD. ADD A ******** OF ELECTRONS.
IT'S.
STILL.
MOTHER.
*******.
LEAD.
YOU RETARDED ****.
REMOVE A PROTON, AND THAT CHANGES IT'S ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND TURNS IT INTO GOLD.
JESUS CHRIST. SO ******* RETARDED. LEARN TO CHEMISTRY.
#26 to #1 - fuzzysixx
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#5 to #1 - Trol
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Remove one electron from lead and you'll have a lead ion. You need to remove a proton.
User avatar #2 to #1 - marohawk
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I have heard that the process to do this costs more than what the gold is worth...
#7 to #2 - anon id: 5aec4f8c
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It also does nothing. As people are saying above, electrons do not define elements, protons do. Illiterate *****...
#3 to #2 - anon id: a00a26d1
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its also impossible to achieve ...
User avatar #13 to #3 - toastiepie
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You actually can do you
You just need to bombard the lead atoms to make them radioactive then they would decay and become gold
It is incredibly inefficient money wise but still cool
User avatar #11 to #3 - SuperBobbis
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Not impossible, but if we could do rip/pull protons apart from the nucleus of an atom, humanity, or that global power, would have the power of weaponising it, and killing anyone who stands in their way. Hence why we would never try and achieve taking a proton from an atom.
User avatar #46 to #11 - srapture
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Alpha decay reduces an atoms proton number by 2.
#17 to #11 - anon id: 64cffac4
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not sure if uneducated or trolling..
multiple elements are man-made, i.e. protons have been added. Protons can be removed as well. Without devastating results. Chill out. Scientists aren't evil - tyrans are-
#23 - SilenceDeath
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Some one probably asked this, but i cant stop my self.

Has alchemy gone to far?
#21 - solrosen
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What has alchemy done!?
#28 to #21 - dstar
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#58 - thechosentroll
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#56 - rjgnal
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not an alchemist
#25 - kmichel
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Interesting fact: There's enough gold in he Earth to cover the land surface of the entire planet to a depth of 2 feet.
User avatar #34 to #25 - matthewboss
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still in the earth there is enough to make a 3 bedroom house, thats it.
#37 to #34 - kmichel
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You're thinking of the crust only. Most people get that confused. Most of the gold is located in the core of the Earth.
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#63 to #54 - lordaurion
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Reading comprehension 0/10
User avatar #82 to #63 - Thenewguygunther
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ahh ****, one day I'm going to learn to read the entire comment and not just start spouting out **** after 13 words
#27 to #25 - anon id: d70e9aab
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No, no there isn't.

Trust me, I know.
#40 to #27 - kmichel
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Sorry, but you are incorrect. The amount of gold in the core of the Earth is where the majority of it is located. There is very little gold in the crust. However, 2 feet of gold is actually not very much. From the perspective of humans, sure, but think of it as a thin layer of Aluminum foil wrapped around a basketball. That's about the same scale. Now, compress this foil into a ball, and you've got a very small percentage of the basketball by volume.

By the way, there is enough platinum to cover the Earth 7 feet deep.
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User avatar #31 to #27 - alalalalal
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Seeing how there isnt a river of gold anywhere outside... im going to have to side with anon here
#42 to #31 - kmichel
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Please see my above comments
User avatar #29 to #25 - alfjnn
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Is that Marketed or Unmarketed?
#41 to #29 - kmichel
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That would be unmarketed, and unmarketable for the foreseeable future.
User avatar #35 to #25 - violentpixi
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Apparently there is also a lot of gold in the sea but it'd cost far more to extract it than it is worth.
#68 - teranin
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I really do hate her... why is it always raining?
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