After Oxygen... Silicon or Silica
Here is some source information to show the top 10 elements in Earths Crust.
This is a good question and one that all of us should want to know. It is no surprise that O2 (oxygen) is the answer when we consider all the important compounds that has oxygen as a component. Consider water for one. Consider how "life," itself is not possible without oxygen (or water). Very good question, indeed.
I'm pretty sure that Oxygene is the most abundant.
Plenty of Calcium, Silicon and Sodium to be found too!
Oxygen. Most of the oxygen in the Earth's crust is found in silicon dioxide. Most silicon dioxide is found in the form of quartz or sand. Hope this helps!
I decided to write something about the element aluminum, which nowadays is considered evil, but this is not quite right.
Its real importance for immunity is confirmed in actuality. It is one of the most abundant elements in the earth's crust. I doubt that there is only harmful. Already in classrooms, we hear it's presence produces ozone. When aluminum cylinders energized , there is ozone.
It is this gas is the foundation of our immune system. Emerging body-level ozone is the foundation of our defense against all microorganisms and viruses that attack our bodies, and even mold can be completely destroyed. Ozone is 5000 times more potent than chloramine.
It can, in just 10 seconds to completely destroy the virus of poliomyelitis. Nature, therefore, the creation of life with this abundantly widespread element in our soil certainly counted in it's favor!
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