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Because ....... I can.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/...
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Subatomic particle clouds in the centers of galaxies possibly eliminate the need to invoke "dark matter".

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Antimatter positrons? You yIntaghs are only figuring this out NOW? ROFLKTOAL! Oh, Kahless, these Earthlings are funny!

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For all you QM freaks.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/06/...

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Feklahr wrote:
Antimatter positrons? You yIntaghs are only figuring this out NOW? ROFLKTOAL! Oh, Kahless, these Earthlings are funny!
YESSIR!!

I figured we all like science. So, we could group things instead of all over the debate.

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Jul 10, 2009
 
Noodly James wrote:
Because ....... I can.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/...
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Subatomic particle clouds in the centers of galaxies possibly eliminate the need to invoke "dark matter".
Noodly, I'm not sure if you're suggesting this, but I dont know that this article is discounting the existance of Dark Matter, just that the Gamma Ray distribution can be explained by means other than Dark Matter.

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http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2009/07/...

NASA is testing Ion-drive engine. BEFORE the damn klingons.

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Noodly, I'm not sure if you're suggesting this, but I dont know that this article is discounting the existance of Dark Matter, just that the Gamma Ray distribution can be explained by means other than Dark Matter.
Sorry, hadn't really read it in detail. I just got caught up in the pretty positrons and made a catchy title.

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Noodly James wrote:
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Sorry, hadn't really read it in detail. I just got caught up in the pretty positrons and made a catchy title.
No problem. I read it myself earlier in the day, and had to re-read it a couple of times to glean that much out of it.

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WHOA! Way cool!

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That's pretty darn interesting. The forces are sideways from the direction of the beam? Wow. I need to follow this.

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That's pretty darn interesting. The forces are sideways from the direction of the beam? Wow. I need to follow this.
Probably related to the fact that EM waves are really electrical and magnetic waves which oscillate at 90 degree angles.

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No doubt there is a relation. It'll be interesting to see where this leads. Is this force a variation on magnetic fields? Why would opposite phase waves repel each other? Is some form of inductive coupling possible? Fascinating stuff.

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Probably related to the fact that EM waves are really electrical and magnetic waves which oscillate at 90 degree angles.
Right, and that the oscillation is perpendicular to the direction of travel.

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Noodly James wrote:
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Probably related to the fact that EM waves are really electrical and magnetic waves which oscillate at 90 degree angles.
Ya think maybe this is how Marksman got his "gravity manipulator" to work?

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Ya think maybe this is how Marksman got his "gravity manipulator" to work?
Possibly. Though how he managed to cram it up tweetys ancestors ass is beyond me.

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Possibly. Though how he managed to cram it up tweetys ancestors ass is beyond me.
Ok, this made me spray diet coke through my nose it was so funny. Man, that hurts! That image of tweetys ancestors is burned into my brain.:)

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Ok, this made me spray diet coke through my nose it was so funny. Man, that hurts! That image of tweetys ancestors is burned into my brain.:)
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Isn't that little habit of OM's something to rip off for when you REALLY want to annoy someone.(The little smiley face)

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http://www.physorg.com/news165510685.html
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How hard would it be to make a movie of moving molecules?
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Playing Lasertag just got a WHOLE lot more interesting.

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http://www.physorg.com/news115985359.html
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A violation of Newtons third law.

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