Karn’s resident challenges Periodic Table

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1912

If proven correct, Kimberly Sterchi of Karns may set the scientific world in a tailspin. In a simple experiment that can easily be recreated using common household appliances, powdered gelatin, two AAA batteries, and a sizeable chunk of cat hair Kimberly claims to have proven that the Periodic Table of Elements has been printed incorrectly and should contain only four elements.

All valuable metals will be rendered nearly worthless as Kimberly claims they are simply discolored variations of a single element that makes up 99% of all matter. The other three elements, when combined, form a natural version of Pop Tarts.