Knowledge Of The Past Moving Forward

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. loosewire

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    The engineers that log on and join this Forum should be reminded of a
    discovery of a man name "Bose" that go back to the 1930's and earlier.
    Einstiens theory of super conductivity and the goal of 0-kevin (0kevin)
    would be a great forum name for a guest to take as a reminder of
    this goal. Anyone have a update on o-kevin. So close,so far away.
     
  2. mtripoli

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    :confused: I'm new here so maybe I don't get it... huh?

    Mike T.
     
  3. SgtWookie

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    It's another "off-topic" thread.

    Hey, I think we need an "off-rocker" forum - what say you?
     
  4. loosewire

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    Bose superconductivity is a subject worth the space,poster #2 is
    an example. Never heard of it,why not put it out there,has there been
    any break thru's that every one is aware of that should make it a bad
    post. I stand to be corrected on the facts of the post. Can you help
    him get it. Always respectful of knowledge and opinion of Sarge.
     
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  5. mtripoli

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    Speaking on behalf of "poster #2" (me) I'll say, no, I didn't get it. English is my first language and seeing what was written, went right by me. Now, if you had asked something to the effect of "Has anyone seen or know of any further research on Bose-Einstein Superconductivity, such as in this paper (www.maik.ru/full/lasphys/00/6/lasphys6_00p1298full.pdf) or this (http://iopscience.iop.org/0953-8984/19/12/125216 )" maybe I would have understood.

    As for asking an update on "o-kevin" this could be your next door neighbor for all I know. "Zero Kelvin - 0 Kelvin" is something entirely different. I like sharing knowledge as much as the next guy but if we don't know what you are talking about it's a little hard to follow.

    Mike T.
     
  6. loosewire

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    "Zero Kevin" ..0-kevin same thing presented different,means the same.
    I am not as good at posting links so sometimes my way putting things on post is
    different than links. I am reminding members to update themselfs on
    Super conductivity and the goal of zero kevin,2010 where do we stand.
    I am well aware of the fact that I am hard to follow.
    Thanks for the feed back it makes me more aware of whats happening
    around me.
     
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  7. tom66

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    In itself, reaching zero kelvin is impossible (thermodynamic energy cannot meet zero), although we have managed to go down to a billion of a kelvin, incredibly small.
     
  8. loosewire

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    In tolerance terms of design that would be zero.
     
  9. shortbus

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    Good one Sgt., I think you are right :)
     
  10. loosewire

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    Electrons at rest,Loosewire at rest..getting hit by a tank and a bus.Its don't pay to watch sound slowed to 8 miles an hour in a mist of electrons at near ab zero,
    maybe. correct me.
     
  11. sceadwian

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    Loosewire said 0 Kevin several times though, which makes me believe he might be talking about the six degrees of Kevin Bacon in which case the only person that can attain 0 degrees Kevin is Kevin Bacon himself, much like zero tollerance from an engineers standpoint Loosewire is simply pushing buttons to see whom he can say the vaguest things to get responces. And it works like a charm =)

    Super conductivity is hittin a brick wall, the current compounds used in even the lowest of low temperature superconductors are having massive problems with magnetic field density which can't be dealt with current atomic structures of the known superconducting substances. If they want to go higher in temperature the threshold and types/limits of the superconductive effect are extremely limited.
     
  12. loosewire

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    In the 1800's they had magnetic superconductivity with cold magnetic leviatation,
    I think. The colder the magnetic disc got,the higher the disc would raise and move
    on another magnetic track,maybe.
     
  13. blueroomelectronics

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    Actually it was 1911. But what's a hundred years among friends. In the 1800's they had wagon wheels, but in the 16th century they had Francis Bacon. Did I mention I love crispy bacon and eggs. Yum.
     
  14. retched

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    The first portable nuclear reactor powered cell phone was developed in 1493 (A year after Columbus sailed the ocean blue).

    However reception was horrible on the return voyage due to faulty cellular buoy-towers made by MBM (Mongolian Business Machines)

    You cant trust the Mongols with high tech design.. No wonder the Chinese built the Great Wall. They didn't want the Mongols stealing and counterfeiting their products.

    It is amazing how time changes people. ;)
     
  15. blueroomelectronics

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    Was it always called "The Great Wall"? Maybe it started out as a pretty good wall, then the really fabulous wall and after some of it got busted...
     
  16. nerdegutta

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    Pink Floyd made a movie of that. They called it "The Wall". I do not think it was a documentary, though...

    Some people even did it in the late 40-ties in a German city. If you want to see it, your too late. Well some bricks are left, for historical reasons.

    BTW. Any germans on the forum?
     
  17. hgmjr

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    This thread belongs in the off-topic forum and is very likely to enhance its ranking as an off-topic discussion with passing time.

    If there were an off off-topic topic forum then this would be made a sticky.

    hgmjr
     
  18. loosewire

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    Gentlemen,and you too..I wonder If Mr.Bose name taken or because
    It was free for the fine radio system,would one of you gentlemen
    know any more about the connection of Bose and Bose.please explain
    for the less learned among us.
     
  19. retched

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    BOSE stands for Basic Off Shelf Equipment
     
  20. loosewire

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    I don't use links very good, but wikipedia runs out of space on the
    different concepts of the subject about Bose,the man.
     
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