- Coined by scientist Andreas von Antropoff in 1926 (before the discovery of the neutron). (Wiktionary)
“Yesterday, I did not see my apartment between 8 am and 10: 30 pm, and the cat is letting me know about it (Cat, take your tiny neutronium paws off my bruised shin).”
“No indeed, these black holes are the implacable and hungry servants of the Beast, an energy being contained in a neutronium exoskeleton, who was spontaneously generated from the warping of space near the event horizon of Sagittarius A, that 300-million-solar mass black hole known as the Maw of the Milky Way.”
“October 24th, 2008 in which cats are 99.99% fluff and. 01% neutronium, but pure ebil”
“Cat: Monkey, can I walk across your nice soft abdomen with my hard neutronium paws??”
“Yeah, that pretty much explains why she got too old for roasting, despite being composed of fluff, pure ebil, and neutronium.”
“I always get the compacted sinuses which feel like they are jam packed with solid neutronium which then migrates over to my ears and makes it nearly impossible for me to hear anything.”
“Although its diameter is a little over 200 miles, Vulcan has a core of solid neutronium which gives it a surface gravity six times that of Earth.”
“Then, when I ended my experiment, the neutronium (being unstable), would revert back to protons and electrons, and Iâ€ ™ d have to dissipate the energy.”
“There was a slim chance that the electrons could collapse into the protons, giving me 1 gram of neutronium, i.e., a mini-neutron star.”
“When absolute zero was achieved, my osmium collapsed past neutronium into a singularity.”
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