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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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home with the flu .. been doing some deeper internet research
i just found out, that metallic hydrogen has been discovered !

thats totally wild and an amazing discovery, this can and will some time in the future change alot of things
i'll post more about it and some links when i get the time and am feeling better

just thought id pass this along now .. look up metallic hydrogen discovery if you want ..

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https://phys.org/news/2017-01-metall...y-reality.html

Wow. That's right up there with these labs who are saying that they are within three years of producing true transparent aluminum.
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exciting times !

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Wow. That's right up there with these labs who are saying that they are within three years of producing true transparent aluminum.
I'll believe it when I see it or maybe it should be when I don't see it because it will be transparent.
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I'll believe it when I see it or maybe it should be when I don't see it because it will be transparent.
A lot of these labs always say they've this and that but we never see much come out of it.
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A lot of these labs always say they've this and that but we never see much come out of it.
i sometimes wonder if they dont get some government funding or grants and they have to shut up about whats going on ..

or the gov. steps in , takes over and we no longer hear about any new developements ( the mars rover for example )

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I never have trusted the good intentions of the CDC. Driving past that one outside of Mobile Alabama I wondered why that place had barricades and armed guards? And that they work a lot with the UN, and i dang sure don't trust them.
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dope i dont trust em either..

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I'd really like to get a Winchester Hi-Wall made out of that new metallic stuff.
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Heard the same thing five years ago, when graphine was created, and that in just 5 years it would transform the world. A sheet of material one molecule thick and hundreds of times stronger than steel.

So far, nada, zip, zilch. Nothing really being manufactured with it.

And what about all of those tens of thousands of things that were going to be manufactured with 3-D printers, out of liquid steel. We heard about that 10 years ago. And again, except for a few oddities, nada, zip, zilch.

It take decades and decades for these inventions to reach a practical, affordable state in manufacturing.

(The only exciting thing about 3-D printing, is that they are now printing human organs with it. Of course, it only costs about $500,000 per. As of last month, it is easier to inject stem cells and grow human organs in pigs.)

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