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Thanks For The Title; The Text Part Is Rather Silly Too

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 17, 2002 21:22:58 UTC


Mr. Anonymous Harv with No Resume,
Website or Published Papers to Reference
wrote
"That's a geeky answer Besides, you forgot about the heavy elements in our body coming from a previous supernova that created all of our heavy elements (e.g., iron, magnesium, etc). This occurred over 5 billion years ago."


Actually, Mr. Anonymous,
I did not forget about the heavy elements.
They too are reputedly recycled. I knew they were made in a supernova. If you do not include everything in the world in a post, shall I say
"you forgot?"
Thanks for saying "geeky" as that is a compliment
in Geekville.

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