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Uncle Joe

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Sat Nov 18, 2023, 07:15 PM Nov 2023

Something weird happens when you keep squeezing [View all]

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Under extreme pressures, matter defies the rules of physics as we know it.
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Good stuff! Thanks for the link! nt Wounded Bear Nov 2023 #1
Fascinating video/film! The implications for the future are . . . well, limitless! nt CaliforniaPeggy Nov 2023 #2
Extreme conditions lead to interesting things tornado34jh Nov 2023 #3
Excellent! ntp AnnaLee Nov 2023 #4
I thought this was going to be about ketchup... milestogo Nov 2023 #5
Well if you put *rump under enough pressure, you get ketchup on the wall.. Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #6
and it looks like a bloodbath, but its just our democracy bleeding to bits... milestogo Nov 2023 #7
Not Gonna Do It... AndyJaque Nov 2023 #8
I'm proud of you WhiteTara Nov 2023 #22
Yes... My Mom Taught Me That AndyJaque Nov 2023 #23
mine too. WhiteTara Nov 2023 #35
Message auto-removed Name removed Nov 2023 #36
I'll remember that WhiteTara Nov 2023 #37
Interesting but I don't see Disaffected Nov 2023 #9
"as we know it" Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #10
Huh? Disaffected Nov 2023 #11
relative to peoples' experience, Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #12
I can't tell what you are getting at. Disaffected Nov 2023 #15
The normal rules or illusion that every day people observe in our living reality, Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #17
That's a nice find. limbicnuminousity Nov 2023 #19
Welcome to D.U. limbicnuminousity Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #20
TY kindly good sir! limbicnuminousity Nov 2023 #21
The dead cat or the alive cat? And when does quantum mechanics get not weird? paleotn Nov 2023 #25
Uncle Joe has to answer if he feels like sharing limbicnuminousity Nov 2023 #28
"Fire in my head" You're too kind limbicnuminousity Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #29
You're being generous. limbicnuminousity Nov 2023 #30
The cat is going to bite the big one and the diamond will shatter as well. Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #31
Correction, to my post, I just googled it and they can turn cats into diamonds. Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #32
That's pretty doggone neat! limbicnuminousity Nov 2023 #33
Thanks for the wise thoughts limbicnuminousity, Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #39
Before you leave, if you could be so kind, as to answer one question that I have Uncle Joe Nov 2023 #40
If you want to get really extreme in that regard, get really, really small. paleotn Nov 2023 #24
It's "a new field", "physicists are just starting to understand", Hermit-The-Prog Nov 2023 #18
and the same happens w/ carbon-related substances, squeeze hard enough, maybe a little heat, and you'll SWBTATTReg Nov 2023 #13
Everything has always been as expected sdfernando Nov 2023 #14
Thought this was a Dr. Pimple Popper video. 🤣 TheBlackAdder Nov 2023 #16
Kick questionseverything Nov 2023 #26
Bookmarking for a read later jfz9580m Nov 2023 #27
rly cool. thx mopinko Nov 2023 #34
OK I'll say it librechik Nov 2023 #38
On a vote of the hosts, this thread is being locked. ificandream Nov 2023 #41
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