Can element 115 be found in nature on earth or perhaps exist in the subterranean underground on another in ours or another solar system?

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*in the subterranean underground on our planet or on another PLANET in another solar system within the milky way galaxy?

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    No. All elements above Uranium, element 92, do not exist in nature. Supernovas can not create them. Even if they are created, they are so unstable that they decay in nanoseconds. Element 115 is the most unstable of them all. 

  • 4 weeks ago

    It might form very briefly as single atoms inside stars but is too unstable to accumulate.

  • 4 weeks ago

    No. Element 115, Moscovium, was synthesized in a linear accelerator in Moscow in 2003, and it decays pretty quickly. It isn't stable. 

    Moscovium's most stable isotope has a half life of 0.65 seconds according to Wikipedia. 

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moscovium...  

  • 4 weeks ago

    Well, Bob Lazar indicated the government has a supply of approxiamtely 500 pounds of the stuff. He previously used to indicate that he TOOK a moderate supply from his WORKPLACE south of the main Area 51 Base. He doesn't like SAYING it anymore because it prompts the government to conduct intrusive and invasive searches of his locales.

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