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2013-02-06 09:33:22 AM
Exactly how do you mean?
 
2013-02-06 10:01:51 AM
This is bad news for Magneto.
 
2013-02-06 10:08:04 AM
This is an extension of something I saw a few years ago where a guy used thin paper in his printer and electrically conductive (metallic) ink to print new computer hardware.
 
2013-02-06 10:29:37 AM
specially treated with enzymes and mechanically beaten

Sounds like Tuesday night at submitter's house.
 
2013-02-06 10:30:57 AM
John Percival Hackwork approves.
 
2013-02-06 10:31:58 AM

FrancoFile: John Percival Hackwork Hackworth approves.


FTFM.
Grr.
 
2013-02-06 10:40:13 AM
seems like moisture would fark up the circuit. Better not sneeze.
 
2013-02-06 10:56:03 AM
Is it like a cootie catcher?
 
2013-02-06 11:16:38 AM
Subby, isn't that 2 words?
 
2013-02-06 12:15:20 PM
What kind of godless communist scum counts hyphenated words as two?
 
2013-02-06 02:43:24 PM
ichef.bbci.co.uk

Wake me when they make clockwork droids.

Actually: don't. They're scary, and might harvest me for spare parts. I'd rather not know what hit me.
 
2013-02-06 04:16:37 PM
Someday your notebook will have paper in it.  BUT you still won't have a flying car....
 
2013-02-06 05:20:07 PM

The_Time_Master: seems like moisture would fark up the circuit. Better not sneeze.


I would imagine they'd laminate it. Otherwise it'd be easy to scrape the top of a transistor and ruin the whole thing.
 
2013-02-06 09:28:33 PM

PsyLord: This is bad news for Magneto.


No he can polarize the electrons magnetic fields of non-magnetic objects too, making it so he can use paramagnetic or diamagnetic objects as well, bub.

/superhero physics FTW
 
2013-02-06 10:22:25 PM
Psssh...Bose has had paper based electronics for years:

i.testfreaks.com

http://www.intellexual.net/bose.html
 
2013-02-06 10:40:46 PM

SanjiSasuke: PsyLord: This is bad news for Magneto.

No he can polarize the electrons magnetic fields of non-magnetic objects too, making it so he can use paramagnetic or diamagnetic objects as well, bub.

/superhero physics FTW


It isnt just superhero physics... everything that you interact with as a human being is held together (or apart) by electromagnetic forces.  The whole magnet on metal thing is just one minute aspect.
 
2013-02-07 12:12:55 PM

Alonjar: SanjiSasuke: PsyLord: This is bad news for Magneto.

No he can polarize the electrons magnetic fields of non-magnetic objects too, making it so he can use paramagnetic or diamagnetic objects as well, bub.

/superhero physics FTW

It isnt just superhero physics... everything that you interact with as a human being is held together (or apart) by electromagnetic forces.  The whole magnet on metal thing is just one minute aspect.


I guess it's been a while since I've read comics.  So I guess that makes him all powerful?
 
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