Did you maybe mean adamantine?
- From adamant + -ium. (Wiktionary)
“The adamantium was a surgical augmentation according to all the series i read, and not a mutant power.”
“It's an agonizing operation that injects a substance called adamantium into his skeleton.”
“While perhaps best known for his skeleton and retractable claws fused with indestructible "adamantium," Wolverine is also a mutant with a "healing factor" power that allows him to heal from injuries, disease and toxins at an astonishing rate.”
“X-Men fans, is also the basis for "adamantium," the fictional alloy in Wolverine's body.”
“Deflecting bullets with Logan's newly acquired adamantium claws was helpful -- and fun -- and we found his spinning attacks worked nicely in the cramped hallways.”
“In a plot line that parallels and expands on the origin story from the upcoming summer blockbuster, you'll follow Logan as he hops around timelines, from the pre-adamantium days to his time doing black-ops missions for Weapon X and dealing with his relationship with Victor Creed (aka Sabretooth).”
“Then I stab the mirror with my adamantium claws, shattering it into a million pieces.”
“In point of fact, Wolverine is highly resistant to bullets; his adamantium-laced exoskeleton prevents a lot of serious organ damage.”
“I can suspend my disbelief for men who unsheathe adamantium claws through their knuckles and aliens who spit acid and Tina Fey as a frumpy mess with no sex appeal well, I have trouble with that last one.”
“Ecocomics is a blog that looks at the economic ramifications of comic book plots, covering supernatural disaster insurance and how the Canadian government can afford all that adamantium they keep sticking in their super soldiers.”
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Mysterious and theoretical substances and "stuff" of legend. More emphasis on the ancient, mystical, mythical, folklore, mathematical, and scientific. I won't be listing too many "sci-fi" or comed...
These come from gamma meditation ,I think.
every major discipline has uniquely developed esoteric nomenclature to facilitate interdisciplinary dissemination
as a techie, I run across nerd words.
The discovering of neuro and phago-cyte nano-engineered biology...
A thing doesn't have to be real to develop its own scientific jargon.
Or, sci-fi invented elements
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