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I’ve seen various scientists that worked with him dismiss it as a party trick but seemed to be an element of sour grapes it had been discovered by a layperson.

Even if it was only stable for a short period I do think that nevertheless there was something worthwhile in it worth pursuing.

3 minutes ago, Happy Renting said:

Yes . Wow. Fantastic.




Er... uh, what?

Andrew Lloyd Webber thing on roller skates, duh.

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