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They come not to take your weapons away from you - they come to make you their weapon.
Poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide – branded Kevlar – was invented by Polish-American chemist Stephanie Kwolek while working for DuPont, in anticipation of a gasoline shortage. In 1964, her group began searching for a new lightweight strong fiber to use for light but strong tires. The polymers she had been working with at the time, poly-p-phenylene-terephthalate and polybenzamide, formed liquid crystal while in solution, something unique to those polymers at the time.
The solution was "cloudy, opalescent upon being stirred, and of low viscosity" and usually was thrown away. However, Kwolek persuaded the technician, Charles Smullen, who ran the "spinneret", to test her solution, and was amazed to find that the fiber did not break, unlike nylon.
originally posted by: lecoder
There is no anti-photon as far as we can tell
This is a stupid theory and you are stupid for spending so much time on it.
originally posted by: corsair00
Yeah, I don't buy into Corso Sr's output. Jr has a lot to say, but is very obscure for reasons of not being allowed to speak much about certain things. Supposedly...
Do you have any thoughts about how the mind/consciousness and dreams and those kind of premonitions could be hooked into a similar type of system biologically?
originally posted by: 727Sky
Due to the propensity of anti and matter annihilating each other when contact is made I find it weirder still that anti (matter) mirror images exist at all ?
originally posted by: beansidhe
A premonition mirror is something that causes a normal atom to 'bounce' into anti-atom territory, thus showing a glimpse of the future (from the past, well the anti-past)?
So I suppose what I'm really asking is, would this be more likely to occur in a physical place or in a mental state?