Date: Wed Mar 4 14:15:29 2009

Author: Scott Thomas

Subject: Re: superconductivity videos

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Ok, what the heck is going on here?!?!? Did it not surprise anyone else
that the superconducing shuttle stayed on that track even when the track was
turned upside down? Do you think the shuttle would stay on the track if the
currents were induced on another track and then it was moved onto that
track, or would they have to be generated while on the track? Also,
wouldn't the angular acceleration slow the train down around the curved ends
of the tracks? I may go back and retake some classes. I might even pay
attention this time!

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Ok, what the heck is going on here?!?!?=A0 Did it not surprise anyone =
else that the superconducing shuttle stayed on that track even when the
tra= ck was turned upside down?=A0=A0Do you think=A0the shuttle would
stay on th= e track=A0if the currents were induced on another track and
then it was mov= ed onto that track, or would they have to be generated
while on the track?= =A0 Also, wouldn't the angular acceleration slow
the train down around = the curved ends of the tracks?=A0 I may go back
and retake some classes.=A0= I might even pay attention this time!


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