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I don't need to add to this, the question is there.

Forgot to add the Mitch's Stumpers, learn to live with a defective......
 

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Instead of iron based, it was copper based. Hence the green color mentioned.
Can't believe, being such a Trekkie, that I don't remember the blood type tho! I am quite sure McCoy mentioned the blood type once!
 

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I was thinking copper based and green, too.
 

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Just out of curiousity, did anyone here date much when they were kids?
 

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Spock's blood type was T Negative same as his fathers
sorry, but I believe it was actually T positive.
(negative people don't go around saying; "Live long and prosper")

...now Romulans on the other hand....
 

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Yes, T negative, but with some human characteristics also
as discussed in "Journey to Babel" of the Original Series.

I never expected to see a Star Trek question here on HT! :)
 

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Yes, T negative, but with some human characteristics also
as discussed in "Journey to Babel" of the Original Series.

I never expected to see a Star Trek question here on HT! :)

Trekkies are everywhere!

Now, anyone here besides me who would care to admit that they had a secret crush on Mr. Spock? :D
 

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#118--the largest found and not named yet....imagine, a scientist who hasn't rushed to have his discovery named after him! Can't believe, as an ardent Trekkie, that I didn't know Spock's blood type, how illogical of me! DEE
 

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It is called eka-radon and only three atoms of this element have been detected.

In 1999, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory had announced the discovery of elements 116 and 118.
In 2000 they formally retracted their claims for the discovery of the most massive chemical element. (118)
Then in 2005 they produced another two via collisions of californium-249 atoms and calcium-48 ions.

Original the American group (from Berkeley) had intended to name it ghiorsium after Albert Ghiorso before having to retract their claim in 2000.

Lots of work for three atoms.
 

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I am going to have to backpedal out of this one, my source said it was number 111, so apparently the source if way out of date. I do not have the info our vacationing rocket scientists have and there is too much else that needs attention here today, besides, there are goats on the runway right now.

New question; What 7 letter English language word has 10 words within it? (they are in correct order).
 

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The word in question is 'therein', there are 10 seperate words within those 7 letters. There, in, her, rein, here, you find the rest.
 

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Trekkies are everywhere!

Now, anyone here besides me who would care to admit that they had a secret crush on Mr. Spock? :D
My hand is raised. Although Captain Kirk was supposedly the hot, studly male on the Enterprise, I rather prefered Spocks detached demeanor. I found him very appealing.

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