rdave13 21:27 09 Oct 10

Just came accross this old BBC4 Dailymotion video about superfluid. Strange how physical properties change under different temperatures or surroundings; click here

  lotvic 21:44 09 Oct 10

Fascinating, watched it twice, (more fun than penguins ;-))

  rdave13 22:05 09 Oct 10

Certainly more fun than penguins but seriously it begs the question why we can't make sense of this phenomena? It's an old BBC documentary but nothing has become of this knowlege? Glass leaking supercooled Helium. The Helium atoms work their way through the glass atoms?

  lotvic 22:27 09 Oct 10

No, I thought he said 'unglazed ceramic bottom' the sides - top part was glass

  Brumas 22:30 09 Oct 10

and here's me thinking you were describing my dance moves......;o}}

  rdave13 22:42 09 Oct 10

Yes, the base was unglazed ceramic. My mistake. This is an old experiment and nothing comes of it? Wonder why the 'egg heads' can't use this information for some new invention?

Your're not an old experiment are you? :))
Fluid motion at your age? Hmmm.....

  Brumas 22:48 09 Oct 10

The jury is still out on this one ;o}}

  lotvic 00:34 10 Oct 10

so.. I'm supposed to sleep now am I? and banish all thoughts of Brumas's 'unglazed ceramic bottom' leaking all over the place... Hmmm

  Uboat 01:15 10 Oct 10

IF u look at this! its DAMN interesting.... this is more interesting when u understand whats happening! i admire "RDave" for this! it may be BORRING but its very intresting trying too understand what is what...
Great Thread Rdave....

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