Rare magnetism found in the world's strongest material


Graphene - might be of interest.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/rare-magnetism-found-in-the-world-s-strongest-material/ar-...

"Graphene, one of the world's strongest materials, isn't normally magnetic. But when stacked and twisted, graphene develops a rare form of magnetism, new research finds.

The magnetic field isn't created by the usual spin of electrons within the individual graphene layers, but instead arises from the collective swirling of electrons in all of the three-layers of the stacked graphene structure, researchers reported Oct. 12 in the journal Nature Physics."

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They are looking at data management but could this be a new form of speaker? A very light magnetic material. No voice coil. Hmmm.
This has a lot to do with how the stuff I can't tell you about makes my system sound so doggone good. But I can't tell you about it. So you'll just have to keep reading these indecipherable basic research articles. That don't really tell you anything. Just like me.
Cool. Thanks for sharing. 
millercarbon6,180 posts10-14-2020 6:40pmThis has a lot to do with how the stuff I can't tell you about makes my system sound so doggone good. But I can't tell you about it. So you'll just have to keep reading these indecipherable basic research articles. That don't really tell you anything. Just like me.
they may tell you nothing but they tell me a lot.
Here's two new ones for yah:
https://www.npr.org/2020/09/27/917556254/paradox-free-time-travel-is-theoretically-possible-research...
https://newatlas.com/physics/quantum-time-travel-simulator-butterfly-effect/
From the second article, IIRC, from Los Alamos National Laboratory, they
say:

“On a quantum computer, there is no problem simulating opposite-in-time evolution, or simulating running a process backwards into the past,” says Nikolai Sinitsyn, co-author of the study. “So we can actually see what happens with a complex quantum world if we travel back in time, add small damage, and return. We found that our world survives, which means there’s no butterfly effect in quantum mechanics.”

Using an IBM-Q quantum processor, the team created a complex system using quantum gates and demonstrating cause and effect, running both forwards and backwards in time. The simulation involved two hypothetical people, Alice and Bob, who each have a qubit – a quantum bit of information.

In the scenario, Alice prepares her qubit in the present, then sends it backwards in time. At some point in the past, Bob interferes with the qubit by measuring it. Then, the system is run forwards again to the present time, and Alice checks her qubit.

What you think “should” happen next depends on which time travel rules you subscribe to. The butterfly effect says that because the qubit is tied to so many variables, Bob’s small interference should completely change the system by the time we get back to the future (or present, to Alice).

But the team found that that wasn’t the case. Alice’s qubit comes back relatively unscathed, and she can recover the information on it. Interestingly, the fact that it’s tied to so many variables seems to be what actually saves it from damage – the information in the present qubit was hidden in the quantum correlations in the deep past. This web of connections isn’t so easily disturbed by Bob’s amateur efforts at timeline vandalism. (Emphasis added)


This means, their hard experiment, with hard results, provides an explanation for weird things that are considered hokum to the linear minded. 

Eg, the Mandala Effect. That the Mandala effect can be  global, or personal, in scope. That things can fade from relaity or come back to it, on a global scale or even a personal scale/scope.

And not just 'theoretical'...but that an experiment has proven the fundamentals for it to exist. Very important.

It also says, if you follow the logic... that a denier or a group of deniers can deny... and that is what the quantum fundamentals of reality will give them..

and believers will receive what they believe.

Which, of course, the P.E.A.R. Institute did very detailed and perfected studies into such phenomena, thousands of them, to the highest caliber of scientific quality and scrutiny - and they did it with Nobel prize winners in the group..and they found the same. Over and over and over.

that the quantum nature of reality gives deniers what they want, which is that psychic phenomena and spooky action at a distance and all that..totally out of time, does not exist.

And believers of those things receive their reality--which is... that it does.

One group was totally wrong.

the other group was only partially right.
@twoleftears Superconducting at room temp sounds great... until you read that they need a pressure of 2.3million atm between two diamonds!
I couldn't find the emoji for tongue-in-cheek...