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    More: Interesting, Helium-3, Temperature, Lancaster University, Superfluid, Lancaster, Lancashire, superfluid helium-3 lack, speed limit, Lancaster University Management School  
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2020-09-21 9:22:08 AM  
"Superfluid helium-3 feels like vacuum to a rod moving through it....By making the rod change its direction of motion we were able to conclude that the rod will be hidden from the superfluid by the bound particles covering it..."

That's pretty cool but I wanted to let everyone know that the article does *not* have pics of the rod.
 
2020-09-21 10:40:51 AM  
When did the star of Space:1999 work in fluid dynamics?
 
2020-09-21 10:45:36 AM  

UberDave: "Superfluid helium-3 feels like vacuum to a rod moving through it....By making the rod change its direction of motion we were able to conclude that the rod will be hidden from the superfluid by the bound particles covering it..."

That's pretty cool but I wanted to let everyone know that the article does *not* have pics of the rod.


The rod had to skip the photo shoot because it had to receive an award or saving a space mission.

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2020-09-21 11:49:56 AM  
I wonder if their are forces that cancel out, so it isn't that there is zero force, but a net zero force. (ie, the absolute value of the forces is non-zero)
 
2020-09-21 12:11:57 PM  
I wonder why the sudden thought occurred to me that someone, somewhere, is busily working on applying this to the creation of even better ways to kill people and break things?
 
2020-09-21 12:19:37 PM  
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2020-09-21 1:11:46 PM  
I'm not certain about all this. Guess I'd better take a look.
 
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