"Earle Jones" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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Hey, Jones, do you have to rub it in. We discussed that thing
in a number of threads all week and last week. I think Sam
Wormley was the first to post it. Al is working on it. Big time.
Not quite THAT big, but Al still hopes for pound size dias
to emerge out of his Devil solvent, for God's sake.
Beside, diamonds in sky were there even long before Elton
sang about them....some 30 years or more ago, the astro
dudes wondered about a ****ing ever present 1332.5/cm
absorption line in/from every direction they looked at.
To their utter amazement it turned out that inter galactic
space if filled with nano crystalline diamonds, not just a
puny 10^34 shard.........ahahahaha......ahahahanson
In sci.physics, Ian Stirling
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on Sat, 21 Feb 2004 14:27:58 GMT
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The analysis, insofar as I understand the article, was performed
based on the vibrations of the dwarf star in question; the
vibrations presumably would be similar to Earth-based earthquakes
in general concept, and would vary depending on composition of
the silly thing.
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