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This article assumes that the element and the colour are the same thing. If you believe this assumption is in error, do not see Silver (disambiguation), because it does not exist.


Silver is the colour of silver, a metallic element defined by the fact that it is silver in colour and subsequently often described as silvery.[1] The colour silver is, in fact, only considered silver due to its shininess; without it, silver will fade to some form of grey such as lead or uranium or another dull element.

The eleventh colour on the periodic table, silver is prized for its qualities as both a transitional metal and aesthetic trait. It is the only colour that is a capable semiconductor, and is highly valued in high-end electronics. Unfortunately, its rarity and subsequent priciness prevent it from being used in the private sector; limiting its revolutionary effects on digital rendering to government projects and the playthings of the very wealthy.

Silver, prized for its shininess, is a wholly remarkable colour.

Depiction in Media[edit]

Normally very shiny, silver becomes nearly indistinguishable from the non-metal grey when rendered in digital media, due to the fact that typical computers are not made of silver. Instead, computers are usually manufactured with various shades of greys that together form the colours with which regular users are familiar.

When silver is utilised in the manufacture of computer displays, however, the range of colours is not only expanded but the colours themselves are augmented. The ability to render as shiny enables monitors to display what has best been described, in the words of an interviewed drunk, "psychedelic, man... psychedelic."[2] He passed out shortly after and did not respond to further questioning.

Quicksilver Scandals[edit]

Silver is very dangerous. Very dangerous. Do not kiss those lips.

Originally believed to be a liquid form of silver, quicksilver was discovered to not be silver at all when scientists, in an attempt to solidify quicksilver into silver and liquefy silver into quicksilver, all mysteriously died. Further investigation revealed quicksilver to be quite poisonous. The fact that quicksilver is also not actually that shiny only added to the doubts.

For the most part, the entire matter died off after this, though several pro-quicksilver groups continued to research the matter. Finally, against all odds, one group of pro-quicksilver advocates conceived an ultimate plan to prove the silveriness of quicksilver, but unfortunately died of mercury poisoning before they could carry it out. After that, most of the others lost hope and to this day, quicksilver is not considered silver.

Even attempts to treat it to become silver have not been made, not after the evidence of its lethality was released.

Discovery of Silver[edit]

Discovered in 1892BC by Abyssinian surveyors attempting to scope a hillside when they were suddenly blinded by light shining off a shiny metallic object, silver was immediately prized for its pure shininess, or it would have been if they had still been able to see after this initial blindedness.[3] Finally, as their untrained eyes slowly adjusted to the glare from the as yet unnamed silver, the astounded and awed surveyors gathered around the gleaming mass and knew that the future lay before them. They had stumbled upon something amazing.

Excitedly, they brought samples of this silver back to their civilisation. The nobles and the wealthy were in awe, but had no trouble at all taking they naïve surveyors by surprise, going on to steal the monumental discovery for themselves.

Nobody paid any mind to the bodies later found in a nearby ditch.

And the rest is history.

Use in Cold Fusion[edit]

Because it's so shiny, silver also has essential uses in cold fusion research. Aside from pretty rings that cold fusion scientists craft on their off time that are made of silver, silver also has ample reactivity in silver-uranium cathodes when the tritium process fluctuations near quantum improbable stability.

Tritium diode radius measurements have shown that silver ions likely will react with plutonium-444 in a fuzzy quantum bound isolation chamber to give of vast amounts of excess energy in a safe fashion. Neutralized methodologies may incarcerate five non-partial radial axis with in the boundary equation deviations in order to produce the new results that prove feasibility. Naturally, what this all ads up to with respect to commercialization is that floundering profoundly with researchers will net grants equal to or greater than in size the net funding.

To finally add what is necessary to bake the results properly, one really must understand that tritium quantum reactions. This in effect nets the effective products. In the near future, cold fusion may be viable to a certain extent which should not be under estimated, but also should not be over estimated, assuming the creators are using the right kind of crayons.

Examples[edit]

Things that are silver[edit]

  • Silver
  • Platinum
  • Crayons

This may seem overly tautological, but silver is, in fact, the only thing in existence that is silver. Unlike other colours, there is no categorisation nor any myriad hues or variant values or classes of other colours. Only silver is as shiny as silver.

Besides platinum, that is.

Things that could be silver if properly treated[edit]

Many people, including professional metalworkers as well as random passers-by, have wondered over the years if it would not be possible to manufacture silver out of other similar colours and elements, adding elemental properties to the colours and colour properties to the elements. While much research and experimentation has gone into this, it was not until recently that researchists finally found the key to treating materials into silver: beating the molecular and photonic structures with a crowbar.[4]

So far, these have been successfully treated:

Normally, after all, these elements fall short of silver in one key area: their shininess. The question then remains: what of other elements and colours that already are shiny enough, but merely not the right type of colour? It is speculated that further crowbarring would suffice in this area as well, but the means have yet to be discovered.

Notes[edit]

  1. Silver, is, in fact, quite silvery; this is why it is called 'silver'.
  2. At least, we think he was talking about silver. He was pretty out of it.
  3. It was really shiny. It is postulated that this may, in fact, have been a concentrated deposit. While no others have been found, the surviving depictions and records support the theory of silver concentrate.
  4. Technically, 'crowbar' is the wrong word. The proper term is 'prybar,' but media influences and lacking edumacations have mainstreamed the use of the less correct term.
Group # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Period
1 1 H
hydrogen

0 n
neutronium
Illogicopedian Elements

2 He
helium
2 3 Li
lithium
4 Be
beryllium

5 B
boron
6 C
carbon
7 N
nitrogen
8 O
oxygen
9 F
fluorine
10 Ne
neon
3 11 Na
sodium
12 Mg
magnesium

13 Al
aluminium
14 Si
silicon
15 P
phosphorus
16 S
sulfur
17 Cl
chlorine
18 Ar
argon
4 19 K
potassium
20 Ca
calcium
21 Sc
scandium
22 Ti
titanium
23 V
vanadium
24 Cr
chromium
25 Mn
manganese
26 Fe
iron
27 Co
cobalt
28 Ni
nickel
29 Cu
copper
30 Zn
zinc
31 Ga
gallium
32 Ge
germanium
33 As
arsenic
34 Se
selenium
35 Br
bromine
36 Kr
krypton
5 37 Rb
rubidium
38 Sr
strontium
39 Y
yttrium
40 Zr
zirconium
41 Nb
niobium
42 Mo
molybdenum
43 Tc
technetium
44 Ru
ruthenium
45 Rh
rhodium
46 Pd
palladium
47 Ag
silver
48 Cd
cadmium
49 In
indium
50 Sn
tin
51 Sb
Antimony
52 Te
tellurium
53 I
iodine
54 Xe
Xenon
6 55 Cs
caesium
56 Ba
barium
*
Lanthanoids
72 Hf
hafnium
73 Ta
tantalum
74 W
tungsten
75 Re
rhenium
76 Os
osmium
77 Ir
iridium
78 Pt
platinum
79 Au
gold
80 Hg
Mercury
81 Tl
Thallium
82 Pb
lead
83 Bi
bismuth
84 Po
polonium
85 At
astatine
86 Rn
radon
7 87 Fr
francium
88 Ra
radium
**
Actinoids
104 Rf
rutherfordium
105 Db
dubnium
106 Sg
seaborgium
107 Bh
bohrium
108 Hs
hassium
109 Mt
meitnerium
110 Ds
darmstadtium
111 Rg
roentgenium
112 Cn
copernicium
113 Nh
nihonium
114 Fl
flerovium
115 Mc
moscovium
116 Lv
livermorium
117 Ts
tennessine
118 Og
oganesson
* Lanthanoids 57 La
lanthanum
58 Ce
cerium
59 Pr
praseodymium
60 Nd
neodymium
61 Pm
promethium
62 Sm
samarium
63 Eu
europium
64 Gd
gadolinium
65 Tb
terbium
66 Dy
dysprosium
67 Ho
holmium
68 Er
erbium
69 Tm
thulium
70 Yb
ytterbium
71 Lu
lutetium
** Actinoids 89 Ac
actinium
90 Th
thorium
91 Pa
protactinium
92 U
uranium
93 Np
neptunium
94 Pu
plutonium
95 Am
americium
96 Cm
curium
97 Bk
berkelium
98 Cf
californium
99 Es
einsteinium
100 Fm
fermium
101 Md
mendelevium
102 No
nobelium
103 Lr
lawrencium