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Topic: why silver does not superconduct near 0 Kelvin #1193 New Physics
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f8ckplutonium

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why silver does not superconduct near 0 Kelvin #1193 New Physics
Posted: Jan 31, 2013 9:38 PM
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Waste of life plutonium wrote, in part:

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So I have been investigating this property of silver and find out that
silver is the world's best reflector of the elements as well as being
the world's best normal conductor

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And by investigating, you mean checking 20+ year-old books, Wikipedia and Youtube , right?

You are on the cutting edge, you worthless fuck. Now go put on your pampers , put your tinfoil hat on, and go drool yourself to sleep.

It is not our fault that you are worthless; don't take it out on us by posting your diarrhea here.



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