New Element

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zbarlici
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What is this some kind of prank? :|

http://www.businessinsider.com/scientis ... ign=buffer

edit: aw dangit, it's still requiring cooling

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I can't remember for the life of me where it was, but I remember reading a really long time ago about some physics stuff, and whoever was writing was saying we'll be hearing a lot more about low temp physics more than high energy.

It was mostly about how people have been pushing energies in particle accelerators for decades, and there's no low hanging fruit left without the super colliders. Super low energy however has been somewhat neglected but is also comparatively easy, so the author was expecting a lot of work in the time since he wrote it.
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zbarlici wrote:What is this some kind of prank? :|

http://www.businessinsider.com/scientis ... ign=buffer

edit: aw dangit, it's still requiring cooling
This is yet another article that reminds me quite a bit of what Johann described with his research.

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krenshala wrote:This is yet another article that reminds me quite a bit of what Johann described with his research.
Oh right, how about Johann? Is long time I don't read news about him.
His theory was one of the few that "almost" convinced me when he explained in details.
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