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Topic: why silver does not superconduct near 0 Kelvin #1193 New Physics
#1313 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Re: why silver does not superconduct near 0 Kelvin #1193 New Physics #1313 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Posted: Feb 3, 2013 5:32 PM
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A team of 2 superbe hi-class researchers viz., the Jail bird
Hebe Herbie "G=EMC^2" <herbertglazier0@gmail.com> and
>
Lewd Wig Poehl, the toilet-brush sales accunt manager aka
"Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com> wrote:
Alright, <snip crap> Well, I need to angle or pass
through that trouble with a more practical answer,
having to do with data this would be a case of the
poor and shoddy research and reporting in physics,
where the whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies..
> >
Hebe Herbie added and wrote:
Swiss in 1986 came up with superconducting at around
30K,and later at 90K. Liquid nitrogen is 77K. I'm sure
at Cern they are big with superconducting. Good for
levitation trains.. Keep in mind liquid nitrogen is cheaper
than milk. TreBert
>
hanson wrote:
Now, Hebe Herbie, add your latest "Photon Suck Theory"
to the gig above, which will, when the levitation attack
angle is tilted forward from "Absolute Vertical" to its
final horizontal position (like the rotors of Bell Boeing's
V-22 Osprey)...then...it will accelerate your levitated train..
>
and you will be the 1st one to demonstrate experimentally
that Einstein was right with his SR-train, which races thru
the railway station @ speeds of 100'000 miles/sec & more.
>
At this Hebe-relativistic speed it will also become a
reality that the universe will shrink and rotate to actually
be like Lewd-Wig's "whole entire Universe that is just one
big atom where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies".
>
With that feat you guys, you will not only have saved SR,
which is regarded by anybody but Einstein Dingleberries as
a S_tupid R_ant, but you will also have rescued GR, which
till then will be the official abbreviation for G_ullible R_ecital.
>
Kudos you guys, and thanks for the laughs... ahahahanson




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