Name: James Travis
Member since: 2007-09-07 12:19:51
Last Login: 2007-09-18 13:20:05
Geneaux, my login name, is based on an idea I have. A living metal, called Turbidium, makes up her entire internal structure. Turbidium is harder than any known substance, and has a cellular substructure. This key fact facilitates the next four scientific factors of life. Turbidium cannot be melted by extreme heat, and a high voltage electrical charge makes this metal extremely flexible, and simulate the metal to reproduce itself, making more. Enough charge can make the metal so pliable that it melts, but don't step in it, or else ouch. Since it is this way, once the charge is dissipated, the metal hardens, but isn't brittle. It can withstand a standard 5- megaton atomic blast, and the following radiation does nothing to it. Unfortunately, I do not know how this can be chemically made, so I need help!
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