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I’ve felt the same as a monkey… its like a trap to catch monkeys… you put a small hole in a coconut and tie it to a stake in the ground and fill with tasty rice. The monkeys will not let go of the rice and are easy to catch…seeing that the rice won’t come out of the coconut. You might be in a similar situation you need to let go and move on. or you will be caught like the monkey.

I wanted to be a master of all skills and I tried so hard in High school to pass the university stream… I broke down and was hurt when I only had a 61% average… I took off and worked for minimum wage in Jasper National Park as a chamber maid and laundry personnel and then came back the next year and went to summer school and passed everything except physics…I wanted to be a scientist inventor and I became obsessed with diploma exams for 12 years and I ended up on disability from my obsession with getting into the university of Alberta. Every year around test time I search for my calculator and I leave some room on my MasterCard and miss the deadline to apply to rewrite my exams.

I made it to an Augustana university college in Camrose Alberta , when they required a 60% average, and Started dating weird girls and screwed up my life, from my perspective. I went home after two years and went to work night shifts at a convenience store and later went on disability for not being able to let things go from my past.

I now live in Red Deer Alberta and I Fluther and Answerbag for fun and It is the center of my life… I am living on my own for the first time. I have radio and YouTube. I take frequent naps and showers/baths when ever I want to. I also drink name brand cola at will. I don’t smoke or drink alcohol ,tea or coffee. I am 197 cm tall and 272lbs.

I might end up being a writer, or a comedian. It gives me joy to teach and learn and share through writing and whimsy… My grammar is atrocious, and I still get their and there wrong. My mom thinks I would make a good judge in the future from all of the life experience I have.

I love Third and first editions of Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and I currently have none to play with.. I tried World of Warcraft and I don’t like being stuck and forced on to a regular path with no room for creativity.

I believe in psychic time travel and belief people can send messages from time to time, to their younger or older self.

I have spiritual gifts, and I can’t answer if I believe in God or not, I believe in the supernatural. I wanted to be a Roman Catholic priest but I don’t believe in celibacy and I want to be finically rich one day, and the oath of obedience won’t do. I might be tempted to be a educational trustee, or writer in the future.

I want to be super smart from psychology and super wise from philosophy and very charismatic from religion…. How can I get this power? So I can have fun playing again.

I am interested in raw ability, skills and power. I would like to have the freedom to obtain absolute control and power, over myself and have the freedom to be creative.

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I am immortal human stuck in an ever expanding universe. reincarnating and time traveling though the life of an average Canadians body . Fascinated with magic and the infinity gauntlet to move on to the future.

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I found this online Cut and paste from www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question143123.html
$16,000,380,209,200.2842
So here is a more detailed version. There are a lot of more practical considerations to consider, like
a) Preparation and transportation costs for the more dangerous ones.
b) You can’t necessarily get everything this cheap due to many of the metals being at bulk rates. I know from looking on ebay that you’d have to spend a lot more than the listed price for a sample of pure tungsten, for example. When a price vs a bulk price was given, I used the non-bulk price.
c) You need special clearances for things like plutonium.
d) A few micrograms of polonium are incredibly deadly, a whole 1 g would be insane, so the price shouldn’t be a surprise.
e) Some of them, while purchasable at small amounts, do not necessarily have as much as 1 g available. For example, a grand total of 0.66 g of berkelium was made over the course of 16 years (1966 – 1983). Requesting a full gram of it might cause other unique issues.
f) Some elements essentially cost nothing, depending in part on how pure you want them to be.
g) Different websites are giving very different prices for things like the lanthanides. I picked what seem to be the most up-to-date prices.
Of those elements that CAN be purchased in some way or another, the prices per gram are:
99 & above: unobtainable
98 – Californium – $60 million (cheapest isotope)
http://www.osti.gov/scitech/servlets/purl/15053
http://www.speclab.com/elements/californium.htm
97 – Berkelium – $160 million
http://www.3rd1000.com/elements/Berkelium.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berkelium#Synthesis_and_extraction
96 – Curium – $160 million (cheapest isotope)
http://www.speclab.com/elements/curium.htm
95 – Americium – $1500 (most commonly cited cost)
http://www.speclab.com/elements/americium.htm
94 – Plutonium – $4000
http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2008/AndrewMorel.shtml
93 – Neptunium – $660
http://www.chemistry.pomona.edu/chemistry/periodic_table/Elements/Neptunium/the%20facts.htm
92 – Uranium – $0.07
For this one, it seems that U3O8 is what’s available. Considering that it’s $25.75/lb and 85% U, I did conversions to get to that.
http://www.uranium.info/
91 – Protactinium – $280
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/protactinium.html
90 – Thorium – $5.29
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/thorium.htm
89 – Actinium (not available)
Some sites are saying $100 per gram but they look suspect, most say not available.
88 – Radium – $100,000
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/radium.htm
87 – Francium – (essentially nonexistent)
86 – Radon – $102,000
There are extremely conflicting results on the cost of radon and it’s not clear what units most of them are supposed to represent. So for this, I assume you take radium-223 and let it decay to radon-219 (half-life is 11.43 days), adjusting the price of radium accordingly.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radium
85 – Astatine – (essentially nonexistent)
84 – Polonium – $16,000,000,000,000
http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele084.html
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/polonium-is-costly-undetectable-trillion-times-more-toxic-than-cyanide/article18179025/
Converted cost from microcuries to grams according to these two. Polonium is incredibly deadly in extremely small quantities.
83 – Bismuth – $0.11
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/bismuth.htm
82 – Lead – $ 0.002
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
81 – Thallium – $5.17
http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/thallium/thallmcs07.pdf
80 – Mercury – $0.017
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/mercury.html
79 – Gold – $43
https://www.google.com/search?q=price+of+gold
The price of gold changes constantly (most prices do but few are as available as gold is), so I rounded to the nearest dollar.
78 – Platinum – $34
https://www.google.com/search?q=price+of+platinum
As with gold.
77 – Iridium – $19
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/iridiumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
76 – Osmium – $13
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/osmiumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
75 – Rhenium – $2.30
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/rheniumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold
74 – Tungsten – $0.044
http://www.playfairmining.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=515163
73 – Tantalum – $0.133
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/tantalite-ore/6-month/
Available as “tantalite ore”, without a specific composition, so this price is not exact – probably off by a few cents.
72 – Hafnium – $1
http://www.kitco.com/ind/Albrecht/2015-03-11-Weak-Zirconium-Demand-Depleting-Hafnium-Stock-Piles.html
71 – Lutetium – $85
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
70 – Ytterbium – $0.532
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
69 – Thulium – $2.65
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
68 – Erbium – $0.416
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
67 – Holmium – $1.50
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
66 – Dysprosium – $21.70
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
65 – Terbium – $36.50
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
64 – Gadolinium – $0.045
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
63 – Europium – $43.50
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
62 – Samarium – $0.041
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
61 – Promethium – not available
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
60 – Neodymium – $1.30
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
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59 – Praseodymum – $0.187
http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a527258.pdf
58 – Cerium – $0.038
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
57 – Lanthanum – $0.063
http://www.pcreml.com/rare-earth-pricing
56 – Barium – $0.056
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/barium.htm
55 – Caesium – $4.50 (average)
http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/cesium/200397.pdf
54 – Xenon – $1.20
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/xenon.html
53 – Iodine – $0.083
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/iodine.html
52 – Tellurium – $0.24
http://physicalsciencetellurium.weebly.com/facts.html
51 – Antimony – $0.045
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/antimony.htm
50 – Tin – $0.019
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
49 – Indium – $2.50 (average)
http://www.chemistry.pomona.edu/Chemistry/periodic_table/Elements/Indium/indium.htm
48 – Cadmium – $0.06
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/cadmium.htm
47 – Silver – $0.63
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/silverpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
46 – Palladium – $22
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/palladiumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
45 – Rhodium – $22
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/rhodiumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
44 – Ruthenium – $1.50
https://taxfreegold.co.uk/rutheniumpricesusdollars.html
As with gold.
43 – Technetium – $60
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/technetium.htm
http://www.chlive.org/dnemerofsky/elements/Tc/Tc.htm
42 – Molybdenum – $0.044
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/molybdenum.html
41 – Niobium – $0.18
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/niobium.html
40 – Zirconium – $1.50
http://www.chemistry.pomona.edu/chemistry/periodic_table/elements/zirconium/zirconium.htm
39 – Yttrium – $2.65
http://www.chemistry.pomona.edu/chemistry/periodic_table/elements/yttrium/yttrium.htm
38 – Strontium – $1
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/strontium.html
37 – Rubidium – $25
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/rubidium.htm
36 – Krypton – $0.33
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/krypton.html
35 – Bromine – $0.05
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/bromine.html
34 – Selenium – $0.66
http://www.radiochemistry.org/periodictable/elements/34.html
33 – Arsenic – $3.20
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/arsenic.html
32 – Germanium – $3
http://www.radiochemistry.org/periodictable/elements/32.html
31 – Gallium – $2.20
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/gallium.html
30 – Zinc – $0.002
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
29 – Copper – $0.0032
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
While copper costs $2.10 per pound at the moment, a pre-1982 American cent is readily available and contains 3.1 g of it. This cuts a whole $0.002 off the total cost.
28 – Nickel – $0.0085
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
Like copper, but older Canadian nickels have more than their value in nickel. Otherwise it’s about $4.50 per pound ot $0.01 per gram.
27 – Cobalt – $0.025
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
26 – Iron – $0.047 (for pure iron, steel is much less)
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/iron.html
25 – Manganese – $0.002
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
24 – Chromium – $0.32
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/chromium.html
23 – Vanadium – $0.045
http://www.radiochemistry.org/periodictable/elements/23.html
I used the 95% pure value, because I thought that’s good enough. The 99.9% is quite a bit more.
22 – Titanium – $6.60
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/titanium.html
21 – Scandium – $270
http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele021.html
20 – Calcium – $0.20
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/calcium.html
19 – Potassium – $1
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/potassium.html
18 – Argon – $0.005
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/argon.htm
17 – Chlorine – $0.0015
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/chlorine.html
16 – Sulfur – $0.50
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/sulfur.html
15 – Phosphorus – $0.30
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/phosphorus.html
14 – Silicon – $0.50
http://www.radiochemistry.org/periodictable/elements/14.html
13 – Aluminum – $0.002
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
12 – Magnesium – $0.002
http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
11 – Sodium – $0.25
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/sodium.html
(for pure sodium, otherwise you could just get it from salt)
10 – Neon – $0.33
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/neon.html
9 – Fluorine – $1.90
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/fluorine.html
Keep in mind that pure fluorine is extremely dangerous and needs to be stored in heavy wax to keep from reacting.
8 – Oxygen – $0.003
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/oxygen.html
This assumes you don’t feel like hydrolyzing it from water. Either way, it’s nearly nothing.
7 – Nitrogen – $0.004
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/nitrogen.htm
Much like oxygen. Since air is 78% nitrogen you could always claim you have it, but you can get pure, liquid nitrogen if you wanted.
6 – Carbon – $0.024
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/carbon.html
This seems to be if you go out of your way to get some. You could easily get carbon from graphite/pencils, for example. Or you could get the diamond allotrope, which will cost quite a bit more.
5 – Boron – $5
http://www.rareearth.org/boron_properties.htm
Note: results are fairly conflicting for boron.
4 – Beryllium – $0.51
http://moneyweek.com/money-morning-metals-beryllium-11607/
3 – Lithium – $0.27
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/lithium.html
2 – Helium – $0.175
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/helium.htm
$.0375 per 1 ft3 * 0.0283 m3/ft3 * 0.164 kg/m3 * 1000 g/1 kg
1 – Hydrogen – $1
https://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/hydrogen.htm
As with oxygen, you could just hydrolyze water for hydrogen.
If you add up all the relatively cheap ones (less than $1000 each), you get $1700.2842
Add in americium and plutonium, $7200.2842
Add in radon and radium, $209,200.2842
Add in californium, berkelium, and curium, $380,209,200.2842
Add in polonium, $16,000,380,209,200.2842
Yeah, that went up pretty fast.

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Making a copy just in case your answer gets deleted.
In the Dewey Decimal System (your library), Ghosts are classified in the 130s -
130 Paranormal phenomena
130.1 Philosophy and theory
131 Occult methods for achieving well-being
133 Parapsychology & occultism
133.1 Apparitions
133.3 Divinatory arts
133.4 Demonology and witchcraft
133.5 Astrology
133.6 Palmistry
133.8 Psychic phenomena
133.9 Spiritualism
135 Dreams & mysteries
137 Divinatory graphology
138 Physiognomy
139 Phrenology

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