Bushchromium is not a new element.

February 14, 2007 | By | Reply More

Recent reports of the discovery of a new element which has been called “Bushcromium” have been discredited by the recent discovery of a nearly identical form of the element which is called “Poppium” It appears that the characteristics of Bushcromium and Poppium are nearly identical, with both sharing some of the same morons, peons, assistant neutrons and deputy neutrons.

Scientists now posit that Bushcromium is an isodope of Poppium or they both are an allotrope of the element Hegemonium. Hegemonium, unlike Poppium or Bushcromium is not inert but, aggressively bonds with other elements in a random and sometimes pre-emptive manner. Hegemonium has an Atomic mass of 9/11.

Here is the previously posted report: “Bushcromium, A New Element.” 

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imothy E. Hogan is a trial attorney, a husband, a father of two awesome children and a practicing Roman Catholic in St. Louis, Missouri. Mr. Hogan has done legal and political work in Jefferson City, Missouri for partisan and non-partisan social change, environmental and consumer protection groups. Mr. Hogan has also worked for consumer advocate Ralph Nader in Washington, DC and the members of the trial bar in the State of New York. Mr. Hogan’s current interests involve remaining a full time solo practitioner pioneer on the frontiers of justice in America, a good husband and a good father to his awesome children.

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