Last four elements of the seventh row have now been discovered. Do we get to blow more things up now?
Nothing revolutionary - as unstable as ever, and quite expectably so. Closing the Period 7 may feel satisfactory but it's not revolutionary. Opening Period 8 will be a greater leap, just one proton away. And three protons away we'll open an entirely new block - the theorized g-block, an entirely new set of elements.
...and then we'll have a long, long way until we get anywhere, with 18 elements of the g-block and 14 of new row of f-block... and supposedly then some schenanigans may begin, like d-block jumping to a new period or such.
Nevertheless, 3 next elements may be somewhat revolutionary, and other than that we need to squeeze 9 more neutrons into Flerovium (E214), producing Fl-298, which is believed to be the nearest shore of the Isle of Stability, and *somewhat* within reach, because the next one will be about 50 protons down the lane.
>not knowing your armpit vagina (always on her left barring extreme deformity) from your armpit anus (always on the right)
lol you've never had sex
But it is nice, from the autists' point of view, that they've confirmed these lads and are moving forward with giving them names. I reviewed (re-memorized in short-term memory) the periodic table via a quiz recently, and I realized that about 4-5 things had been given official names since I last looked.