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Posted: 08/26/20 08:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Reisender wrote:

Ok Elon. Put a big one in the Cybertruck and we are good to go. [emoticon]


The Cybertruck needs SOMETHING. Still the most hideous (and scary) thing I've seen in a long, long time.


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A1ARealtorRick wrote:

Reisender wrote:

Ok Elon. Put a big one in the Cybertruck and we are good to go. [emoticon]


The Cybertruck needs SOMETHING. Still the most hideous (and scary) thing I've seen in a long, long time.


Heh heh. [emoticon]. I hear ya. And yet I want one. Go figure. [emoticon]. My wife has a reservation for one. Then maybe she’ll give me her model 3. [emoticon] She is pretty far down the list though. Something like 300,000 ish ahead of her. It will be a few year.s [emoticon]

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It might be safe or might not. Reminds me of people using early cellphones all of the time. I don’t know about you, but it seems several of the people I know who were on their phones continuously developed unexplained otherwise brain cancer. Might not be related.

Either way, I think it will be years before the techology will be on the market. Years more before it is mainstream.


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But if you squish the graphite into a diamond, how do you keep the go-juice from squeezing out? Handling or Nuke waste and cheaper are two words I don't want to see in a sentence.


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Over many decades the promise of a "super" battery has come and never seen the light of day. Do I believe this battery could work in a manner yes. The concept isn't new and been used in varies satellite and deep space probes.See link for story...

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Lots of similar tech has been 2 to 10 years away for several decades.
I hope it works and turns out as good as claimed.
I speculate 10+ years before availability at the retail level.


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Bert the Welder wrote:

But if you squish the graphite into a diamond, how do you keep the go-juice from squeezing out? Handling or Nuke waste and cheaper are two words I don't want to see in a sentence.


The "go juice" is two additional neutrons per atom. Changing graphite to diamond does not alter the atoms, just the arraignment.


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Freep wrote:

Bert the Welder wrote:

But if you squish the graphite into a diamond, how do you keep the go-juice from squeezing out? Handling or Nuke waste and cheaper are two words I don't want to see in a sentence.


The "go juice" is two additional neutrons per atom. Changing graphite to diamond does not alter the atoms, just the arraignment.


Perhaps glow-in-the-dark diamond rings could be a side business....

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