RYAN KEIL (RYAN.KEIL@M.CC.UTAH.EDU)
Mon, 22 May 1995 23:44:42 -0600
As a note to Carol's last comment, I have noted that significant research
shows that, when sufficient pressure is applied--usually from on
top--that the decay/infusion cycle will become an ongoing and unending
On Fri, 19 May 1995, Carol McLane wrote:
> I am sure all of you are wrong. I know that this discovery of the
> "administratium" occured in Michigan at a state health lab.
> > Administratium has a normal life of approximately three
> >years, at which time it does not actually decay but, instead,
> >undergoes a reorganization in which assistant neutrons,
> >vice-neutrons and assistant vice-neutrons exchange places. Some
> >studies have shown that the atomic weight usually increases after
> >each reorganization.
> This is another Error -- the normal life cycle is four years.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City