Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 14:43:35

Author: --- Paul Nord

Subject: Re: FW: DEMO Today-Stellarator

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Stellarator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


On Feb 20, 2012, at 2:22 PM, Sam Sampere wrote:

> Now the following conversation below is just too funny=85
> =20
> Sam
> =20
> --------------------------=20
> Sam Sampere=20
> Syracuse University=20
> Department of Physics=20
> 201 Physics Building=20
> Syracuse, NY 13244=20
> 315-443-5999=20
> 315-443-9103 (fax)
> From: Sam Sampere=20
> Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 3:21 PM
> To: Carl Rosenzweig
> Subject: RE: DEMO Today-Stellarator
> =20
> Ok, I=92m laughing. Good one actually. I wish I figured that out so I =
could have given you one, and when you asked, I=92d say, =93Well, you =
did ask for a stellarator.=94
> =20
> --------------------------=20
> Sam Sampere=20
> Syracuse University=20
> Department of Physics=20
> 201 Physics Building=20
> Syracuse, NY 13244=20
> 315-443-5999=20
> 315-443-9103 (fax)
> From: Carl Rosenzweig=20
> Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 1:43 PM
> To: Sam Sampere
> Subject: RE: DEMO Today-Stellarator
> =20
> I was hoping you would know! (Joke)
> =20
> Carl Rosenzweig
> Professor of Physics and Astronomy
> Department of Physics
> Syracuse University
> Syracuse NY 13244-1130
> =20
> rosez@phy.syr.edu
> 315-443-5969
> 315-443-9103 Fax
> =20
> From: Sam Sampere=20
> Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 1:26 PM
> To: Carl Rosenzweig
> Subject: RE: DEMO Today-Stellarator
> =20
> What is a stellarator???
> =20
> --------------------------=20
> Sam Sampere=20
> Syracuse University=20
> Department of Physics=20
> 201 Physics Building=20
> Syracuse, NY 13244=20
> 315-443-5999=20
> 315-443-9103 (fax)
> From: Carl Rosenzweig=20
> Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 1:11 PM
> To: Sam Sampere
> Subject: DEMO Today-Stellarator
> =20
> I need index cards, of which I understand you have millions
> =20
> I know its short notice but=85
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> A stellarator
> A sparkler
> A large filament bulb, with adjustable current, like I used a few =
weeks ago.
> =20
> (I will understand if the stellarator is difficult on such short =
notice.)
> =20
> =20
> Carl Rosenzweig
> Professor of Physics and Astronomy
> Department of Physics
> Syracuse University
> Syracuse NY 13244-1130
> =20
> rosez@phy.syr.edu
> 315-443-5969
> 315-443-9103 Fax
> =20


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Even funnier:Stellarator - =
Wikipedia, the free =
encyclopediaOn Feb 20, 2012, =
at 2:22 PM, Sam Sampere wrote:Now the following conversation below is just too =
funny=85 Sam Sam Sampere Syracuse University Department of Physics 201 Physics Building Syracuse, NY 13244 315-443-5999 315-443-9103 (fax)From: Sam Sampere Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 =
3:21 PMTo: Carl =
RosenzweigSubject: RE: DEMO =
Today-Stellarator Ok, I=92m laughing. Good one actually. I wish I figured that =
out so I could have given you one, and when you asked, I=92d say, =93Well,=
you did ask for a stellarator.=94 Sam Sampere Syracuse University Department of Physics 201 Physics Building Syracuse, NY 13244 315-443-5999 315-443-9103 (fax)From: Carl Rosenzweig Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 =
1:43 PMTo: Sam =
SampereSubject: RE: DEMO =
Today-Stellarator I was hoping you would know! =
(Joke) Carl RosenzweigProfessor of =
Physics and AstronomyDepartment of =
PhysicsSyracuse UniversitySyracuse NY 13244-1130rosez@phy.syr.edu315-443-9103 =
FaxFrom: Sam Sampere Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 =
1:26 PMTo: Carl =
RosenzweigSubject: RE: DEMO =
Today-Stellarator What is a stellarator??? Sam Sampere Syracuse University Department of Physics 201 Physics Building Syracuse, NY 13244 315-443-5999 315-443-9103 (fax)From: Carl Rosenzweig Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 =
1:11 PMTo: Sam =
SampereSubject: DEMO =
Today-Stellarator I need index cards, of which I =
understand you have millionsI know its short notice =
but=85 A =
stellarator A =
sparklerA large filament bulb, with =
adjustable current, like I used a few weeks ago. (I will understand if the =
stellarator is difficult on such short notice.) Carl RosenzweigProfessor of Physics and AstronomyDepartment of PhysicsSyracuse UniversitySyracuse NY 13244-1130rosez@phy.syr.edu315-443-5969315-443-9103 Fax

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