It is malleable, ductile, and slightly paramagnetic.Uranium metal has very high density , 65% more dense than lead , but slightly less dense than gold.Uranium is commonly found in very small amounts in rocks , soil , water , plants , and animals (including humans).When refined, uranium is a silvery white, weakly radioactive metal, which is slightly softer than steel.When finely divided, it can react with cold water; in air, uranium metal becomes coated with uranium oxide.Uranium in ores can be extracted and chemically converted into uranium dioxide or other chemical forms usable in industry.On the other hand, from the theoretical papers published in physics journals we can learn that, with a proper and careful interpretation, and taking into account quantum uncertainties, communication into the past cannot be dismissed as impossible.Improbable perhaps is the right word, but there are many things that are improbable and yet happen.
Viscosity is an important property in determining the eruptive behavior of magmas.
Uranium metal has three allotropic forms: Its two principal isotopes are 235 U and 238 U.
Naturally-occurring uranium also contains a small amount of the 234 U isotope, which is a decay product of 238 U.
He now is "upholding all things by the word of his power" (Hebrews 1:3) so that even the atoms of our bodies would collapse into dust if He were to withdraw that mysterious binding energy even for a moment.
How foolish it would be for the men and women whom He has created to reject or ignore the very One who is giving them life every day of their lives.