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Old 6th March 2012, 11:16 PM   #3151
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...would also require elements to transmute. I'm doubting that.
We did not know then that the device had being designed for Kremlin Elders who had digestive problems, but I believe medical doctors who participated in the project knew that, so any precautions were valid.

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Well if that's an alternate spelling for phosgene, we're back in the transmutation biz again, in this case needing chlorine
Plenty of chlorine acid in the stomach, no?
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:26 PM   #3152
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The 10,000 degree thing as well. If you wanted to resist that temperature (which is way off for a re-entry temperature), you wouldn't even think about a polymer- that exceeds any carbon-carbon bond energy.
We used to certify AD590's for the shuttle program, as silly as it gets, NIST traceable to three triple-points via platinum RTD's with TC's expanded to 5 terms in T. They certainly fail by 200C.
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:32 PM   #3153
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Wonder what the tankers were for then? Nasty stuff to have around. Some precursor? Something else totally?
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:35 PM   #3154
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Wonder what the tankers were for then? Nasty stuff to have around. Some precursor? Something else totally?
Yes, I bought some pottery that is made of multiple layers of stainless steel and one layer of porous Titanium.

Edit: Oops, I misunderstood your question, I thought you were asking about alternatives...
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:37 PM   #3155
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Wonder what the tankers were for then? Nasty stuff to have around. Some precursor? Something else totally?
Could be anything. It's West Virginia, everyone already has extra toes.
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:43 PM   #3156
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As you just said, they is a demand from millions. No cure has been produced. Therefore:
There is demand for something that is not yet produced.
1. There is a demand for, (that is, sales of), treatments and cures that are supplied.

2. There is a desire for treatments and cures that do not exist. But since these things do not exist, there is no demand for, (sales of), them.

3. In the light of 1. and 2. it's possibly reasonable to think a new anti-cancer product will generate demand (sales), if supplied.
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Old 6th March 2012, 11:59 PM   #3157
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I can't reconcile that demand equates to sales. It isn't the traditional economics definition. It can be used that way, I suppose, but requires the explanation.
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We rarely had indecent speakers at the astronomy colloquia, although the always-entertaining astrophysicist Virginia Trimble came close at times (I remember one talk where she indicated a portion of a plot and said "and in this region the equation of state goes soft").

We did have one frequent attendee from the math dept. though, name of Alda, who sported mesh dresses and didn't wear undergarments. She sat in the front row, and often the speakers got a bit distracted.
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Abraxalito has a vision, and I assume he has done, or will have done the solid work.
The work was not really to create the vision, more rather to uncover it. It was a discovery rather than an invention. There's plenty more 'work' to be done but I prefer to call it fun to be had.

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I know far too little about his type of work to make any meaningful comments.
Yep, but then you rather go on to say that you've been down the road yourself. Which from the way you describe the marketing process it does rather seem that you haven't. You described (not in the post I'm replying to here, but in an earlier one) the traditional marketing 'push' process. I'm relying on marketing pull. Huge difference in approach, chalk vs cheese. The debate over whether supply creates demand or the other way around an important aspect of that difference - highlighted by Wavebourn's mentioning about the Walkman.
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