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(Sci Tech Daily)   Too much heavy metal makes stars act weird, bite heads off of bats   (scitechdaily.com) divider line
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854 clicks; posted to STEM » on 05 Feb 2022 at 9:17 PM (34 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-02-05 10:09:19 PM  
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Just enough heavy metal is what you need.
 
2022-02-05 9:46:59 PM  
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Cafe Threads: Too soon, subby. Too soon.


Not getting this reference. Ozzy's still alive (he just doesn't seem like it some days) and the bat died over 40 years ago. Are you somehow confusing this with Meatloaf?
 
2022-02-06 1:20:32 AM  
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Honestly, I would be far more interested to see a periodic table of elements that can ONLY exist inside the heart of a star due to temperature and pressure requirements. Wonder if we will ever be able to figure out what those are and how high the periodic numbers for them would be
 
2022-02-06 4:41:11 PM  
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About 90 percent of all the lead on Earth, for example, was made in low-mass stars

I have to call bullshiat on this.  Lead can only be made in supernova explosions (or neutron star collisions?), which require fairly high mass.
 
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