Fast Radio Bursts (FBR) detected in our own Galaxy

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FRBs apparently from "...a “run-of-the-mill” magnetar.

Hah, just one of those 'everyday' superdense cores of neutron material, nothing special at all. You can find them at every travel mart on the east coast!
 
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Hah, just one of those 'everyday' superdense cores of neutron material, nothing special at all. You can find them at every travel mart on the east coast!
Can you please ship me about a kilogram of the stuff?
If not, where can I place an order?
 
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Can you please ship me about a kilogram of the stuff?
If not, where can I place an order?

Sure, but the shipping and handling cost is so large it might collapse in on itself.
 
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Sure, but the shipping and handling cost is so large it might collapse in on itself.
:cry:
 
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Can you please ship me about a kilogram of the stuff?
I did. Maybe you simply didn't find the ##1.5\,\mu m^3 ## piece in the envelope.
 
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Can you please ship me about a kilogram of the stuff?
If not, where can I place an order?
Actually, I'd like one of those magnets made from the stuff. At 10^15 Gauss, it should be good for sticking stuff to the refrigerator without it falling off.
 
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Actually, I'd like one of those magnets made from the stuff. At 10^15 Gauss, it should be good for sticking stuff to the refrigerator without it falling off.

Yes, I've always wanted to stick a Boeing 747 to my fridge.
 
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