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The E(38) New Nuclear Particle Discovery

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lpvr6, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. lpvr6

    lpvr6 Registered Member

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    The E(38) is a new nuclear particle that has not been discovered before because of its very small interaction with normal matter. However it has
    been spotted in high-energy energy processes since at such energies also heavy fundamental particles, like the top quark, play their role.
    http://www.dn.pt/inicio/ciencia/interior.aspx?content_id=2373090 The portuguese cientist who suspected the existence of such light
    fundamental particle for three decades, found in the past already several miniscule signs of it in experimental data which were obtained at large
    acellerator laboratories and published in cientific journals. Recently, he discovered a clear sign of the E(38) in data obtained by the COMPASS
    Collaboration at CERN. Although little more is known by now than that it exists, he predicts that
    it is a kind of glue bubble, a miniature soap bubble. The E(38) might explain the discrepancy in the size of the proton radius
    between muonic and electronic data, as the E(38) interacts stronger with strange quarks than with the light quarks.
    When there exists a stable form of the E(38), then it might even be a source of clean nuclear fuel, because at desintegration it deposits all
    its heat and does not leave any deposit. Such fuel could play a role in traveling through space for the exploration of new continents at distant
    planets.
    But, first its properties should be established in dedicated experiments.
     
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    Nookie Monster Senior Member

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    Okay....

    So how do we monitize this?
     
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  3. usdachoice

    usdachoice Regular Member

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    Searching Amazon now.
     
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  4. lpvr6

    lpvr6 Registered Member

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    Hmmm... Good question.
    Well there are a million ways to do it. The great thing about this is that is the most import subject in physics for the past 30 years, so you can imagine the traffic it will have. And it is only in the news here in portugal atm, a lot of potential to grow still internationaly.
     
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    cool now all they need to do is scale it up :)
     
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    orlandolongwood Junior Member

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    Of course, now www.dn.pt will no doubt get deindexed by Google for the use of nuclear particles not previously vetted by Matt Cutts. Just want to remind everyone that particles smaller than a proton aren't supposed to pass link juice anyways (but you should use a mix of all six quark types to make the particles on your web site appear natural).
     
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