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Originally posted by ironorchid
I'm glad that you all liked it.
It's exciting to be living in times when science is discovering magic.
I blame quantum.
Take an "F"in look at this
Originally posted by CranialSponge
The playground of the gods, lunatics, and accident prones.
... all those times I washed the soot off of my hand after running it across a flame.
Who'd a thunk ?
If gold is heated to over 5000 degrees, it breaks down to a white powder which is monatomic gold atoms. If this powder is heated up it suddenly becomes 56% of its former weight. When the powder is cooled it becomes as much as 300% its former weight! This was explained by looking at the nucleus.
Humans have eaten this white powder (monatomic gold) and reported that it somehow revitalized the DNA… but that is something I have not yet researched. I am more interested in the anti-gravity properties. But the idea of consuming atoms capable of inter-dimensioality and levitation (anti-gravity superconductivity)
Researchers at the University of Calgary and Hewlett Packard Labs in Palo Alto, California, have come up with a way to use impurities in diamonds as a method of creating a node in a quantum network. In addition to making powerful and secure networks, this discovery may also help sensitive measurements of magnetic fields and create new powerful platforms useful for applications in biology.
"Impurities in diamonds have recently been used to store information encoded onto their quantum state, which can be controlled and read out using light. But coming up with robust way to create connections needed to pass on signals between these impurities is difficult," says Dr. Paul Barclay, who recently moved to Calgary to start labs at the University of Calgary in the Institute for Quantum Information Science and at the National Institute for Nanotechnology in Edmonton.