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chanj0
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chanj0   7/24/2013 7:59:35 PM
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What caught my eyes is "up to 10 billion super cooled rare-earth ions".


Mining of rare-earth metals seems to be inevitable for the next generation technological advancement. As most people have heard, mining of rare-earth metals causes an exceptional pollution. Any short term solution to the issue? Where else can we dig out more rare-earth metal?

tvhiggins
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Non-Quantum Photon Detector?
tvhiggins   7/24/2013 1:42:43 PM
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What is a non-quantum "classical" photon detector? It seems to me that the detection of any photon is a quantum event...unavoidably.

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