Ever wondered where kryptonite would fall on the periodic table? Now you can find out.
The minerals are divided into segments that include television shows, animated series, games, comic books, films and literature. The chart includes Flubber, which originated from Disney’s “The Absent-Minded Professor” in 1961, carbonite from the “Star Wars” films, “Star Trek’s” Dilithium and two from “Dr. Who,” Axonite and Bazoolium. The famous comic book element Kryptonite, which could sap Superman of his powers, is there as well. The gaming world has the most elements, from “AdventureQuest’s” Dragonbane, poisonous to dragons, to “World of Warcraft’s” Elementium, which can channel elemental energies. If you need to power a Martian reactor, you can find Heavy Elements, from “The War of the Worlds,” by H.G. Wells.
Please pass the Flubber.