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The real table of elements that was originally discovered by scientists classified the elements based on their social status, however, they accidentally discovered that Gruenium was a major element, and were forced to change it. Before they could change it, the Gruenium irradiated all the scientists with Grue radiation. All but one was eaten, as the last was secretly an anti-grue and a woman. Her hand has been left on the original table in the interests of future Archaeology. Gruenium was replaced with Nobelium, causing the cat that named it to win the Nobel prize.
Notes: The above table, which is the original, wasn't very well thought out. Hydrogen is not marked, and several elements have the same atomic symbol. Note the multiple appearances of the words "Zork" and "Whores" This is entirely random, and science still can not explain this.
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|current||00:02, January 20, 2009||721 × 541 (79 KB)||Not A Good Username360||Archeologists have found this rare copy dating all the way back to 1982 A.D. ...Wow. This thing is OLD!|
|22:54, January 18, 2009||721 × 541 (77 KB)||Not A Good Username360||Zork'd.|
|01:20, January 18, 2009||721 × 541 (78 KB)||Not A Good Username360||Yet another, older, bloodier version.|
|00:14, January 18, 2009||721 × 541 (77 KB)||Not A Good Username360||The hidden version, conceled for 100 of years, was quite ahead of it's time.|
|19:54, January 17, 2009||721 × 541 (115 KB)||Not A Good Username360||The ''real'' table of elements that was originally discovered by scientists classified the elements based on their social status, however, they accedently discovered that the Grue was a major element, so, when the table was created, the table and the|