|Sep25-08, 09:27 PM||#18|
Do SuperFluids respond to Magnetic Fields?
Ultimately, any physics "theorem" must be held accountable to experimental facts.
P.S. In these kinds of endeavors some well-honed critical thinking skills can be very useful. See, for example:
|May1-09, 12:13 AM||#19|
while reading about your desire to control the spin of a superfluid, 3 things occurred to me that you might like to do some research into... here are 3 interesting questions I would like you to try and answer...
1: do superfluids conduct sound ?
2: could a longitudinal sound wave induce movement in a super fluid, like a pump ?
3: How with standing wave patterns and amplified resonance within the volume could I control the fluids speed and direction.
Let me know how you go "
|May1-09, 01:00 AM||#20|
|May1-09, 01:05 AM||#21|
|charge, magnetic field, movement, superconductivity, superfluid|
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