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Lithium

Li, Chemical Element

Lithium is usually perscribed to individuals having psychotic problems, such as manic depressive disorders. In addition, it was utilized in the past to remedy gout pain. Being an anti-depressant, its influences have been proven repeatedly. Individuals are not truly certain precisely why it works, but it does.
Lithium is generally excavated from the lithium-bearing known as Spodumene.
Lithium incorporates a massive heat total capacity, and is also very good in electric batteries.
Nirvana is known for a song called lithium, that actually has nothing associated with the element in any way.

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The Starry Night

Vincent van Gogh, 1889

While painting this picture Van Gogh
suffered from syphilis explaining the
"hazy" patterns. A bad eyesight explaining
the yellow halo around the objects and
from unstable mental state explaining
why he tried to kill Gauguin. But a reason for
adding his hair to the left side of the picture is
still considered unknown.

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