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    Smile Periodic Table Elements Personality Test

    http://helloquizzy.okcupid.com/tests...ment-am-i-test

    It's another cool quiz from HelloQuizzy! I love this site. It's so entertaining and does have some wonderfully well-written things. I thought that this quiz was particularly creative. (:

    My result: Pt - Platinum
    Platinum is a rare breed, and one who's reputation as a stalwart bastion of virtue is well-earned. You stick up for what you believe in, never change, and get along well with others. I would recommend that you become a politician, but the sad truth is that you don't understand us lesser and less-confident beings all that well. With a couple good Carbon advisors to keep you in touch with the scuzzy non-metals I'd vote for ya though. You are loud, be proud... keep it up.

    True! Except that I am extremely empathetic - it's all accurate except the "not-understanding" part...I'm an ENFP, so it's my specialty to do that!

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    Na... Sodium
    You scored 39 Mass, 18 Electronegativity, 49 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

    You are the very salt of the Earth... well, part of it anyway. Society needs a lot of you. You'd of made a perfect peasant in feudal times. You do your own thing without asking too much, but once you've established yourself in your life you don't change it too easily. The problem with you is that, while you are a great cornerstone of a society, you don't really feel the personal onus to keep it going. That's why we need taxes... heh heh heh. With respect to relationships you'll probably, sadly, never find one of those loves that solves every problem you've ever had... but you're still capable of having a great relationship filled with all sorts of positive nouns like trust and whatnot. You can balance your lack of neediness by being with someone who deeply does need you (or needs someone at least)... halogens are good for that (F, Cl, Br, I). Unfortunately you can replace that one special person easily with a whole lot of people who are a little special, so this relationship probably will not last forever... go for it if you live in the countryside... if you're in the city then it might just be best to live the bachelor's life until you grow sick of it.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Yay, I got my favourite element.

    C...Carbon
    You scored 24 Mass, 29 Electronegativity, 48 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

    Nobody understands you... no, not even organic chemists. The social individualist. You like your attention... but not TOO MUCH attention. You are able to form incredibly close relationships with many individuals, but you don't really get along with preexisting groups. You value equality in relationships, and don't deal well with overly submissive or demanding people. Well, whatever... thanks for making life possible... oh, and cut the global warming out.

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    Cr...Chromium

    You scored 27 Mass, 18 Electronegativity, 56 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

    Oooohaaaaah.... shiny! You probably have an incredibly stable and well-maintained group of friends... that probably also don't get out much either. You're not one to get bogged down by a problem. Of course, I'm basing this upon Chromium's ultra-low water-exchange constant and it 's corrosion-resistant properties, and I wouldn't be too surprised if the analogy doesn't even apply.

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    Cr...Chromium
    You scored 30 Mass, 24 Electronegativity, 55 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

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    Your result for The Which Chemical Element Am I Test ...

    Zn... Zinc
    You scored 32 Mass, 29 Electronegativity, 62 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

    You have a strong sense of the communal good and you aren't too demanding. You know better than to mess with the powers that be. You value being surronded by the right people, but don't care too much about what people beyond your group think of you. You are also the last element to be mentioned in every vitamin commercial, and have gained recognition throughout the 50+ community as the very symbol of "completeness." Hmm, you might be good at taking care of sick people, but that might be hogwash too.
    the formless thing which gives things form!
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    tungsten?

    apparently I'm very metallic... and somehow the test has decided that I'm incredibly antisocial as well...
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    C...Carbon

    You scored 30 Mass, 35 Electronegativity, 46 Metal, and 0 Radioactivity!

    C...Carbon

    Nobody understands you... no, not even organic chemists. The social individualist. You like your attention... but not TOO MUCH attention. You are able to form incredibly close relationships with many individuals, but you don't really get along with preexisting groups. You value equality in relationships, and don't deal well with overly submissive or demanding people. Well, whatever... thanks for making life possible... oh, and cut the global warming out.

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    “Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
    ― Friedrich Nietzsche




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    Mo... Molybdenum
    You scored 38 Mass, 37 Electronegativity, 72 Metal, and 10 Radioactivity!

    I like to think of you as the miracle worker in The Princess Bride... you can do anything and you do it for the betterment of society. Just because you can raise the dead and make flying wagons and stuff doesn't mean that you show off about it though. You are capable of forming bizarre webs of relationships in which individuals are accomplices, lovers, coworkers, and so on all at once. I once saw you hanging out at the center of a cycloheptatriene... it was completely freakish and bizarre, and I'm not sure I've known what to think of you since. But hey, to each their own. Oh, and stay away from the carbon monoxide... you suck that stuff up.

    Fun. Not sure how accurate it is though.
    Chimera of Filth

    A gruesome beast with dripping flesh
    Clings to me as a sick fixture
    My throbbing heart it gnawed apart
    It stalks and hunts me through mirrors

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    Na... Sodium
    You scored 40 Mass, 25 Electronegativity, 51 Metal, and 10 Radioactivity!



    You are the very salt of the Earth... well, part of it anyway. Society needs a lot of you. You'd of made a perfect peasant in feudal times. You do your own thing without asking too much, but once you've established yourself in your life you don't change it too easily. The problem with you is that, while you are a great cornerstone of a society, you don't really feel the personal onus to keep it going. That's why we need taxes... heh heh heh. With respect to relationships you'll probably, sadly, never find one of those loves that solves every problem you've ever had... but you're still capable of having a great relationship filled with all sorts of positive nouns like trust and whatnot. You can balance your lack of neediness by being with someone who deeply does need you (or needs someone at least)... halogens are good for that (F, Cl, Br, I). Unfortunately you can replace that one special person easily with a whole lot of people who are a little special, so this relationship probably will not last forever... go for it if you live in the countryside... if you're in the city then it might just be best to live the bachelor's life until you grow sick of it.

    This answer was difficult to read...really struggled to get past "You'd of..." You'd HAVE!!!!!! I noticed Jennifer (also INTP) was also Sodium - it would be interesting to prepare a table cross-referencing MBTI type with element
    I=76%, N=77%, T=79%, P=77%; or
    I=68%, N=84%, T=68%, P=89% (Comprehensive Report)
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