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Nitrogen found to be poisonous
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Sunday, May 24, 2015, 18:13 (UTC)
8 August 2012
CAMBRIDGE, MA -- In a secluded laboratory, three scientists in Cambridge have made a shocking discovery; that the element Nitrogen, age 10 billion, is poisonous. This was discovered after placing a plant in a room filled with pure nitrogen and finding that it had died the next day. As a means of confirming this, they fed one of their rats liquid nitrogen, and found that shortly after it was fed, it had died of hypothermia. Despite this, the scientists insist that no animals had been harmed during the experiment.
Since the earth's atmosphere is nearly 80% nitrogen, the scientists, who wish to remain anonymous, have told UnNews to advise you to wear specially made anti-nitrogen respirators to prevent exposure to this poisonous gas. They have also announced their new nuclear fusion project, where they will fuse nitrogen with hydrogen to create the much less poisonous oxygen. Their specified self-proclaimed deadline is "sometime after now."
Since nitrogen is posing such a critically high level of danger, we tried to hold an interview with nitrogen to learn its motives. However, it refused to respond to any of our inquiries. We will keep you updated on the story as it progresses.
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