1. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Jul '09 01:34
    http://www.physorg.com/news167925273.html

    It seems they were on the right track!
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    28 Jul '09 11:301 edit
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://www.physorg.com/news167925273.html

    It seems they were on the right track!
    I was hopeing that the end of broken windshields was at hand. But like the Bose Einstein condensate matter, it has little use and is short lived.
  3. Standard memberforkedknight
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    28 Jul '09 16:52
    Originally posted by joe beyser
    I was hopeing that the end of broken windshields was at hand. But like the Bose Einstein condensate matter, it has little use and is short lived.
    I'm always disappointed when I read these headlines, and then it turns out that "Yes we turned aluminum transparent, but it was only an area 26nm wide and it lasted for 40 femptoseconds."

    Oooh, I wish I could go watch it happen...
  4. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Jul '09 21:22
    Originally posted by forkedknight
    I'm always disappointed when I read these headlines, and then it turns out that "Yes we turned aluminum transparent, but it was only an area 26nm wide and it lasted for 40 femptoseconds."

    Oooh, I wish I could go watch it happen...
    Hey, you never know, this year 40 femto's, next year, 40 MICROSECONDS!
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