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why cant you use liquid hydrogen for cooling?
how short are we of helium?
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>>10288765
Isn't hydrogen like highly flammable
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>>10288765
>Get hydrogen.
>Put under pressure.
>Start increasing its energy level, as it draws heat away from whatever exothermic reaction you're trying to cool.
>Goes into plasma phase, then hydrogen fusion.
>Now you can power the exothermic reaction with his own waste heat.
You're welcome.
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>>10288795
More like get deuterium and learn differance between being exact and brute forcing.
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>>10289145
Joke ->
Your head
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>>10288765
IDK, but Indian school posters are the best.
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>>10289391
So shitting on the streets is ok habit huh
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>>10290860
No kite flying in the the street motherfucker.
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>>10291761
Stop playing with electricity, brainlet.
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>>10288765
Because it isn't a superfluid like He4 and He3.
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>>10289391
No flying kites?
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>>10291844
Every year in India, some number of people die flying fighter kites off of the rooftops -- paying attention to maneuvering the kite, and stepping off the edge.
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>>10288765
>”Why can’t we use gasoline for coolant anons? It doesn’t freeze in winter and is available at every gas station.”



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