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NicoletteS

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danydandan

We have been looking into that at Intel, it might be useful for different computing device medium's. But honestly I'm not convinced it has practical uses.

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pallidin

Seems as if the Bose-Einstein condensate is an issue of curious physics.

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On 5/14/2018 at 2:27 PM, danydandan said:

We have been looking into that at Intel, it might be useful for different computing device medium's. But honestly I'm not convinced it has practical uses.

Are you kidding! Looks awesome I bet it has some pretty cool uses for decor if not practical uses... but I'm sure with time somebody will find something useful about it's unique properties. I mean we are talking about a new form of matter. What if I said gas or plasma had no practical uses? Silly. I'm sure we will find more once the properties are thoroughly explored. If not the awareness of its existence and an expanse on our knowledge of physics.

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likwidlite

Oh you're talking about me lol

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