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I know Bob Lazar's claims can't currently be proved entirely correct, but I don't believe this RationalWiki article proves any of Lazar's claims wrong. Element 115 has actually been synthesized in particle accelerators and there have been roughly 50 atoms of it created to date. Every element has different isotopes and just because the ones created so far decay in a matter of milliseconds, doesn't mean there couldn't be a neutron arrangement that falls within the island of stability. Lazar said himself in an interview with Art Bell that the element 115 created in labs doesn't have the correct neutron arrangement to make the atom geometrically stable(such as the stuff used in the alien reactor).

What elements over an atomic number of 92 do you know that has been pressed into discs? sterileGoatsforSterile.svgno new information 21:55, 28 June 2012 (UTC)
If Lazar said it to Art Bell, then it's gotta be true, innit? Scherben (talk) 01:57, 30 January 2013 (UTC)


Its been officially named by IUPAC. I believe its named Moscovium. — Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs

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