In the previous post I talked about the mathematical model. Is that viable? No. Parts: Vacuum: To produce the vacuum needed a turbomolecular pump, chosen by producing high vacuum (0.00133 Pascal) and speed of work (3500 L / s) is used. Column pitcher: Where the vacuum occurs and the load is. Charge: To prevent excessive
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I desperately need a new Arduino UNO board (my old one burned wile recording UV levels outside (I live in Spain, pretty sunny)) <- Wait is that a double parenthesis? That’s crazy. Inception… The shadow blister effect is another example of millions of years of evolution and how our brains prefer to imagine simple things
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An idea I had when I was very young, can we launch rockets just using pressure and no fuel? The answer is: without a big explosion no, we can’t: The idea of using air pressure to create a positive force capable of launching a rocket had already been put into practice in small homemade “rockets”.
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So here you have the results: You can deduced them very easily, 90% boring protons… 🙂 but with a little bit patience (a lot actually) you can see very amazing things: Two electrons Two muons An Alpha particle A Beta particle, not kidding! PD: To capture the photos I configured the camera to keep shooting photos.