Archive for October, 2011

Disney land just got more interesting

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Meissner Effect

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In a weak applied field, a superconductor “expels” nearly all magnetic flux. It does this by setting up electric currents near its surface. The magnetic field of these surface currents cancels the applied magnetic field within the bulk of the superconductor. As the field expulsion, or cancellation, does not change with time, the currents producing this effect (called persistent currents) do not decay with time. Therefore the conductivity can be thought of as infinite: a superconductor.

Twin Towers Blazing

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Your time starts… now

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If you recognise more than half the clips in this video you have a choice to make. Either try and escape now and rebuild your life in the real world or man up and find those videos you’ve missed you slacker.

Heads up

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 12, 2011 by pictureplane