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    Liked Ahlfors’s post in the thread Clearance Items.
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    "The reaction is not thermo-nuclear but of a hybrid character, i. e. the plasma is not heated to a sufficient temperature but electric fields complete the reaction."
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    Clarifier has been permanently banned from the forum. The given reason: 'Persistently toxic poster despite many warnings who contributes nothing of value to discussions between more sensible members. '
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    If chemical way is probable, it could only be with radical species (non-zero electron spin see Meulenberg model)) and oxygen is indeed a diradical. too.
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    Bruce__H The general tone of this thread has been very polite. And it will stay that way. Your post above and this one may well be moved to 'Clearance Items' soon.
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    JedRothwell
    You just have to ask your japanese friend once again, to can share this new magic recipe !

    (Quote from JedRothwell)

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    RobertBryant

    the original problem remains this of first atom nucleation. we are unfortunately forced to refer to all analogies surrounding us, mathematics are useless here, it's almost spiritual.
    I reassure Jurg and JohnD, I will make links in a few days…
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    Cyclonia.. Clerk-Maxwell thought about exactly the same question
    about 150 years ago.
    I think Maxwell is saying that the hydrogens at different ends of the universe
    come from the same factory.

    "They continue this day as they
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    THHuxleynew you said:
    What makes you think that the two ends of the universe are so different from each other when an entangled pair of photons could make the two as one?
    Nothing is stable in the universe, everything that composes it has a present, a…
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    Good evening to all,

    this scientific debate is interesting and at high quality.
    To know what an electron is, what it isn't, to imagine the multidimensional structure of things via 4D models, it's interesting .. but not the main question, I think.

    At the…
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    Sure, in some respects. The reason I put it together with surface topology though, is that there seems to be a deal of evidence that the step and terrace structure of ordered crystals is dimensionally in the right ball park for…
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    StevieH
    yes, I think surface topology should be very important but not mainly for absorption.
    Crystalline structure is something else. In positive experiments, an amorphous structure is often reported as for Japanese powders. Sputtering can help to make…
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    StevieH
    Yes, i used an electron beam so before sputtering we removed full oxidation from Nickel surface by the same device but with Argon beam to remove oxygen.
    I don't share CaCO3 hypothesis.
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    The nanometer thickness may well be fine.

    Not sure about the uniform application though.

    Mizuno scored with very heterogeneous Pd application. His success could be down to hitting something random, but highly dimensionally sensitive.

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    Only a SEM will show something. Here we see nothing with a classical microscope.

    Now, with today understandings, only the experiment will prove which method is best.
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    Alan Smith
    yes, i think the best way to be well uniform should be chemical plating, here by a beam we should have small thickness variations mostly we stay at nanometers level.

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    Cydonia - It's a bit hard to tell exactly what we are seeing, especially with the variable background colour. Is the sputtering sample evenly plated with Pd - looks like it might be?
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    Small comparison between manual depot on left vs sputtering on right.

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    JohnDuffield
    The picture above you shared is false, the one below remains the good one. It's a mistake to separate mass representation , here the earth in 3D, from empty space all around, represented in 2D. Both a mistake to separate space / time from…
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    JohnDuffield
    Nice attempt to not decorrelate mathematical toughts from your geometric projections, the great Einstein knew how to do it too.
    You said:
    For a rotation whose two rotation angles form a rational number, the paths will eventually reconnect,
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    The photons definitely interact. It isn't called gamma-gamma pair production for nothing. As for whether they really travel on SO(4) orbits I don't know. But this picture from the Wikipedia article on rotations in 4 dimensional