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John Curl's Blowtorch preamplifier part III
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Old Today, 03:05 PM   #8601
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Wow what they claim for the MRA is amazing!

If it didn't have better things to do, I'm sure the FDA would be interested in the claims.
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Nonsense. It's the immersion lithography that did it for the last few years. Which is optical as well as plumbing..

For high energy physics (actually, condensed matter physics as well), co-mingling between the physicists and engineers has proven quite valuable. As the interaction continues and both camps learn through cross contamination, amazing things can be built and run.

At least, that has been my experience.

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The folks at CERN emphasize that it's a holistic team effort between the applied/engineering/technology competencies and the theoretical/computational crew. These big problems are too hard to do in isolation, where it's an all-in effort to move the needle.

We're seeing similar collaborations in medicine: I'm in a research group that's putting engineers/material scientists on the same projects as our basic and applied biologists.
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Which Bybee devices are you referring to Richard. I do know that Richard Sequerra hinted that, after he met Bybee, and tried his first devices. Later, apparently, Bybee got a hold of pre-made Buckytube resistors that did much the same thing. Later, he changed his source entirely, and did his own experimentation, based on some of the German made products, and came up with his latest parts that work on the air directly. It has worked for me, so far.
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Even some statistics is needed too....
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^ yes, Jakob, a substantial data analysis group as well.
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