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the discovery of a new chemical element... . the discovery of a new chemical element by the most genius guy ever! "uche uche" . when we had chemestry, i was studying hidrogen, whel i dropped a lego brick... the brick fused with the hidrogen, and i looked with a microscope, and i saw a comletely new element... LEGO! it has the same combination as hidrogen: no neutrons, one elektron and one proton... o.k., if you don't understand those diffencult words, i'll explain it with this picture: this is 1 atom of hydrogen: the thing flying around the center is a elektron, and the center is a proton. a elektron has a relative energy of -1, a proton has a relative energy of +1, so a atom is ALWAYS neutral this is a lego atom: the same as hidrogen, but the elektrons and neutrons have the shape of a lego brick, and from this stuff lego's made! and this is the proof a lego brick is better as a megablocks brick: check the picture above, and the difference is clear! the center is just crushed, and the elektrons is flying with a high speed at the neighbours! o.k., the truth is, i just was bored while studieing chemestry, and the result is the most weird creation ever! PLEASE COMMENT AND RATE!

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