Stream of plasma consciousness. Should we ignore alternative viewpoints? #science #fakenews

In this modern world of the internet we are reverting back to tribes. Have you ever been asked a question by someone and just not want to interact because you know they come from a different tribe. As a scientist, I belong to the facts tribe. I do not have opinions, I do not believe …

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The Wheatstone bridge and related matters, like what is your greatest achievement in life?

Wheatstone (1802-1875) is a famous UK physicist.  He is best known for the Wheatstone bridge a device to measure resistance.  Using an AC or RF voltage the bridge can also measure impedance. It is here that my story begins.  Impedance is the ratio of voltage to current flowing in a device.  When current is impeded …

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Applying network analysis to plasma data. Graphing complex reactions. Learning from analysis of the internet scientist in the area of plasma physics have realized the importance of network graphing. #plasma #maths

Learning from analysis of the internet scientist in the area of plasma physics have realised the importance of network graphing.  These graphs outline the linear processes that can occur like the subway map of a line.  However when many competing paths exist the maps the maps can begin to look like the London underground. In …

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Tin vapor is the next big thing in light sources and an evolving new plasma application. These source produce light at the extreme end of the UV spectrum to make patterns at a few nano meters. #plasma #semiconductor

Discharge sources in tin vapor are receiving attention as a candidate for extreme ultraviolet light sources for application in semiconductor lithography, because of their favorable spectrum near 13.5 nm, which is 30 times smaller than the wavelength of visible light.  In an 2005 paper, the ASML EUV laboratory studied time-resolved pinhole imaging in the EUV …

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Mayor’s office of China’s Silicon Valley interrogates Irish High Technology Company.

The deputy district mayor of Shenzhen, Liu Zhiyong and a delegation from the Shenzhen Financial Development Office meeting the Management Team at Impedans Ltd. Deputy District Mayor, Liu Zhiyong, of Shenzhen also known as China’s Hardware Silicon Valley at a meeting today in Dublin, with Irish Technology Company Impedans Ltd.  The Deputy Mayor is chasing …

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The answer is blowing in the plasma wind

Flows with speeds over 140,000 Km/Hour a thousand time faster than a hurricane can flow on the inside of a plasma device.  These winds are driven by very strong magnetic and electrical fields inside the plasma. Controlling the wind speed is very important in fusion plasma, when these flows are traveling too fast, or if …

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