When the sun dies, it will leave behind a trail of arsenic, uranium and thorium in the Earths mantle

By BBC NewsIt is the most prolific form of life in the universe.And, thanks to the sun, the world is about to see the first traces of the stuff that makes us all tick.In fact, according to scientists, the sun has already left behind a very large amount of uranium and the most energetic form of a thorium-based molecule known as agcl.Agcl, a red phosphorus molecule, was first synthesised by German s...