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Weird. It's always something when some guy's random predictions or imagination from the past matches something we discover.
 
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This is tiberium, guys. We harvest it. Wait. Nevermind. It's not green nor blue.
 
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Its only missing one element. CHEMISTRY DON'T FAIL US NOW! Quick:
1)someone figure out how to force fluorine onto its chemical makeup.
2)plant some and call it Tiberium
3)???
4)Profit.
 
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YAY!! I just heard this on the news. It's said that this thing contains DEUTERIUM. That means that Serbia may have another source of electricity soon ^^
 
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You know...deuterium is found in every sea. So it's not that special. Besides, the only use deuterium has now (as far as I know) is nuclear fusion, something we are not capable of doing yet, only the sun can do that.

Only thing that is stupid about kryptonite, is that it doesn't contain the element we call 'krypton'.
 

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Its only missing one element. CHEMISTRY DON'T FAIL US NOW! Quick:
1)someone figure out how to force fluorine onto its chemical makeup.
2)plant some and call it Tiberium
3)???
4)Profit.
lol wut?


Hm, I'm expecting a "This is a hoax and to get Superman fans' attention! We're doing a 'Superman: The fall of Metropolis' movie. See it in theaters on X/XX/08"
Ahah, I'm wrong though. =P
 
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OK....Now all we need is a Superman. Volunteers anyone?
 
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I should have mentioned that applicants shouldnt be shy and should be able to change into gym shorts in a telephone booth.


Here's your outfit.

The previous owner said he had a problem with ventilation in his super area, something about nine thousand molecules of kryponite..


lmao.... The anime version...



And the SMan vs Goku.
 
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I wonder. Since his eyes are steel too... it dont matter if he gets kneed. lol. But may be a ssj knee might do uber damage. That explains the expression lol.


Google image search pwns lol
 

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is it just me, or does that Goku look like Ken from street fighter?
The art style does resemble that of the SF comic books.
Wouldn't doubt that the artist had drawn this.
Also, yeah it does look like Ken in Goku's gi, shouting "HADOUKEN!"
 
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It's just a real mineral that happens to match the formula they picked for the movie. It's an interesting coincidence at best.
 

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We don't need Superman, we have Zeonix.
 
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You know...deuterium is found in every sea.
Yep, but try calculating the amount of energy required to extract it, and compare it with the energy needed to extract the deuterium in this kryptonite or whatever. Big difference.

The previous owner said he had a problem with ventilation in his super area, something about nine thousand molecules of kryponite..
What?! NINE THOUSAND!?
 
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Yep, but try calculating the amount of energy required to extract it, and compare it with the energy needed to extract the deuterium in this kryptonite or whatever. Big difference.
Yeah, then compare the price of seawater to this rare, never before seen mineral.
 
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It's rare as of now, who knows, there might be more of it. Since it's recently discovered we have no idea how much of it is there.
 

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Dan, there's a reason it wasn't discovered until now.
 

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