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The fun and “reactions” involved in caching are different for everyone. To our somewhat scientific minds this is intriguing. To better understand these differences we have broken geocaching into what we believe to be its basic building blocks. This is TnTC’s Periodic Table of Caching.
According to most there are 92 naturally occurring elements so we thought it fair to have 92 elements of caching. As always, in science and geocaching, there is room for new discovery.
Description: This element is rarely found alone in nature. It creates very strong bonds which can form instantly and last a lifetime. The bonds created by this element will remain strong when exposed to all types of conditions – good and bad.
Cautions: Excessive exposure to this element can cause boisterous laughter, excessive picture taking, hugging and increased probability of consuming non-nutritious substances. Judgment is occasionally impaired when multiple samples of this substance gather in one location.
Most unique physical property: This element will accentuate the properties of element Si – Smile and element Rn - Recreation
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