While there might be interesting correlations between copernicium and Hydrogen Si-12, it's important to remember that these alchemical principles are not strictly correlative with the periodic table of elements.
Hydrogen is the first element to emerge in the periodic table, and therefore constitutes the most simple building block for the universe. This is symbolic or representative of the solar, Genesiatic, creative waters, since through divine sexual volatility, the synthesis of or archetypes for building a human being, we can give birth to spiritual, solar bodies.
The sexual seed, the sperm or ovum, converted and transmuted into energy, begins the birth or gestation of new vehicles that belong to solar, divine nature. Hydro is water, and gen refers to genesis, which is why the alchemists of old utilized this scientific, atomic terminology to allegorically represent the seed for sexually gestating the solar bodies.
With the synthesis of our sexual potency, we produce Hydrogen Si-12, which signifies the alchemical crucible of a marriage or Arcanum 12: The Apostolate who hangs precariously upside-down towards the world of matter while only touching it with the purity of his or her thoughts.
Through sacrificing animality in marital union, we become apostles, transforming the most basic principle or "hydrogens" into spiritual reality. From the seed of our hydros, waters, we generate and regenerate ourselves within successive octaves upon the initiatic scale of musical notes.
It's interesting that copernicium is unstable, highly radioactive, and very difficult to produce in the laboratory. While the creative energy is difficult to control for beginners in the sexual laboratory, it is the revolutionary force that makes us mutants: transforming the base lead of our terrestrial personality into the gold of the spirit. If our chastity is unstable, we contaminate ourselves with its negative consequences, much in the same way that radioactivity is terribly destructive.
Here we are speaking metaphorically, not literally, in that our sexual energy is not literally radioactive, although its effects, depending upon our quality and purity of mind, has long-term psychological, physical, and even spiritual consequences.
For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami