Introduction: How to Talk With Elements

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Ever wanted to talk about something without anybody finding out what your talking about, but there happens to be that eaves dropper who is always listening to you. I hate it. After a lot of thinking, I came up with a solution. That is talk with elements.

Step 1: Grab Your Periodic Table.

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Grab your periodic table of elements. If you Know your elements well, you can skip this step. Memorize the symbols for the different elements.

Step 2:

Use the symbols as letters. Examples are:

Hydrogen Oxygen Tungsten Iodine Sulphur Lithium Iron?
H                O           W               I            S            Li           Fe


Yttrium Oxygen
Y             O

Not alla words can be done properly, so just try and make it as close as possible.
Some commonly used words

Of : Oxygen Fluorine
The : Thorium Helium
Are : Argon Rhenium
Is : Iodine Sulphur
How : Hydrogen Oxygen Tungsten


tinker234 (author)2011-06-01

wow this would be goood wayy to hide

BrefelanDesigns (author)2011-01-14

Lithium Iron - Sulfur Uranium Carbon Potassium -
Fluorine Uranium Carbon Potassium - M (argh no M or MY!) Yttrium - Lithium Iron!
(words are separated by dashes)

NicOmbra (author)2010-12-17

You could a code this way by using their atomic number.

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