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    • Ope there goes the plutonium, oh it seems I have radiation poisoning *projectile vomits and keels over*
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    • Only $3,800
      Dog_Envy 2 aug
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    • What the like 110+ ones that can only exist for like a few seconds in specific conditions
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    • Doesn’t count. You invalidated yourself when you excluded the radioactive materials.
      DrZwicky 2 aug
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    • ...except the cool ones
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    • It has hazard symbols next to impossible elements to own
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    • No way you’ve got uranium in there pussy
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    • Drop it on the floor and the whole building got radiation poisoning now
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    • *You Now Have Rads*
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    • As you can clearly see all of the actually harmful elements aren’t there
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    • Would you look at that, it fell and I’m now experiencing birth and death in the span of 2 seconds
      chopstew 3 aug
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    • whys it look like the noble gasses arent gasses
      jord 2 aug
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    • Pour some water on the left side.
      Stffn05 2 aug
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    • That’s actually incredibly dangerous. Any of this could touch fluorine and have an incredibly violent reaction
      tcliff 3 aug
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    • Only partially possible
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    • Ahh so close. A real one with literally everything would be cool though
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    • Technically impossible but still cool
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    • So it’s radioactive and explosive?
      Heron 3 aug
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    • That’s just straight up not possible
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    • Why does it not have the radioactive elements? What? You’re too good to for cancer or a radioactive insulated container? Fucking turds.
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    • an_E_Pat 3 aug
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    • They cheated on some.
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    • I hate most reaction images, but for some reason I hate this one the most
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    • Rads +2
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    • aren’t like a good few elements radioactive? like wouldn’t that be really bad to hold them
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    • And it got francium in it too! Only 6,900,000,000,000$! Throw it in water for good luck!
      ricky__ 3 aug
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    • So does it have real gold in it?
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    • Damn. How they get them gasses tho?
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    • I “found” one of those
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    • What about the liquids and gases?
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    • Fluorine uranium carbon potassium bismuth technetium helium sulfur Germanium thulium oxygen neon yttrium spells FUCK BiTcHeS GeT mONeY
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    • "in it" I believe you mean pictures of the elements printed ON IT
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    • Uranium is the most regulated substance in the world. It is virtually impossible for a civilian to purchase it. This is fake.
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    • The fuckin worst reaction meme ever is is this one, for the love of god stop fucking using it
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    • your reddit gold sir
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    • Omg, I want one
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    • Element 115?
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    • Wouldn't that thing be radioactive tho?
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    • Aren't some of them radioactive
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    • I promise you there’s no fucking plutonium in there
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    • Y’all do realize that there are tons of elements that are deadly and cool that aren’t radioactive such as Thallium, Arsenic, Bromine, Cadmium..etc.
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    • If you read the book “what if” you will know why that is not true and is a terrible idea
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    • Where'd he get the plutonium?
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    • just wanna point out theres like 2 grams of francium on the earth so
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    • It would be extraordinarily explosive, radioactive, toxic and volatile lol
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    • Do you know how fucking expensive that shit would be, francium itself is like billions of dollars, also, Ik this is a joke and not real
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    • Hey, I'm gonna take a shower with handfuls of Francium. Will update you when I get out.
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    • Mercury
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    • See I got one of those but it was supposed to have the actual rocks in it BUT NOO THE PEOPLE JUST SENT A PICTURE PLASTERED ON THE BACK I PAID 50$ FOR THIS I WANT WHAT I PAID FOR- welcome to my Ted talk
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    • Francium?
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    • Ok but how much does this cost, it can't be too bad, like maybe $100
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    • (Picks up) oh shit my insides don't feel like they are my insides ( pukes a half a litre of blood)
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    • Hope it dosent have the radioactive stuff
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    • I want someone to buy a bunch and then smash them on the ground one at a time to see what happens. The elements could all scatter in different directions and you get a little radiation poisoning. Or the right elements touch each other and the room explodes. Chemist's roulette.
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    • There is something in the helium spot and it is irritating me
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    • This is the laziest damn reaction image ever and I always downvote it every time i see it because it instantly takes away from the meme
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    • Including the invisible poisonous gases? Fucking drop it, I dare you.
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    • This reaction image is worse than invest and you can’t tell me otherwise
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    • Chrisag17 I like this cus its so satisfying
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    • Some don't last that long
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    • You guys are fucking stupid, there’s literally radioactive symbols on the ones that are radioactive
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    • DwayneBaker I want one
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    • For a small fee of 4 payments of $9,998.99
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    • It says actual elements, not all you waffle fucks
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    • I bet the piece of californium is tiny..
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    • Where tf did they get uranium???
      LuckyOne 5 aug
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    • Plutonium
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    • This is $189. On Amazon, FYI
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    • Which element was it? The one that scientists couldn't have it in a physical form cuz itd just k!ll itself cuz it wasn't stable enough or somethin?
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    • I have one, look up Heritage periodic table
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    • So your saying the gases are in there?
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    • Now on sale for 9999 *whispers* 99
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    • Invest
      Mickle1 3 aug
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    • Erectile Dysfunctium
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    • Where’s the netherite
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    • I thought plutonium was illegal?
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    • *some of the elements. Minus the radioactive ones. And the two liquids. Welp. Might as well burn the whole thing.
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    • How are the rocks supposed to be noble gasses
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    • Imagine how bad the sulfur made it smell
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    • So, would that count as a weapon if he broke it open?
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    • Khoomn 2 aug
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    • Show me oganesson
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    • Not like this was the first one that’s like rhat
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    • Uh i mean you kinda cant because for one radiation and like the price of the elements are way to expensive and some of those elements cant be near a foit of each other especially the radioactive ones not to mention that some elements are put into a 12 foot thick concrete vault because of how
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    • DONT BUY IT GUYS! The “O” and “H” are empty! >:( those cheapscapes
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    • Isn’t that dangerous
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    • Tfw No plutonium
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    • For the people asking about plutonium and shit... it’s got a radioactive indication sign over those elements cause they’re not gonna give you those obviously
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    • Ngl that’s fucking sick
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    • I don't see element 115
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    • There are like 4 or 5 elements that blowup if they touch water
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    • Except all the poisonous ones.
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    • How do u keep hytrogen in there? Nothing can hold hydrogen for long
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    • BRO WTF SOME OF THAT SHIT IS RADIOACTIVE. That ain't the shit.
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    • URRAAAAAANIUM FEVER
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    • Hypothetically how many would I need for a small nuke
      T_G_22 2 aug
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    • RADIOACTIVE CRKCRKCRCLRKCKRCKRCKRCKRKC
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