[meteorite-list] no more info or discussion?
From: entropydave <entropydave_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:44 2004
Thanks for that re temperatures in 'local' space - I agree that about -300
it would be far too high for superconductivity to be a factor - but
I thought my idea had some merit... at least it was intended to promote a
technical discussion, sorry if I wasted bandwidth!
But thanks to all who had some input - I'll shut up now!
-- dave ----- Original Message ----- From: <meteorites_at_space.com> To: <entropydave_at_ic24.net> Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 12:32 AM Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] no more info or discussion? > On Wed, 28 March 2001, "entropydave" wrote: > > > > > Hullo, > > I enquired a couple of days ago re the possibility of there being an effect > > due to superconductivity in meteoroids and Earth's magnetic field... looks > > like the thread's died before even being born! > > No thoughts, anyone? > > > > best regs, > > -- > > In gentle decay, > > d. > > > > http://www.meteorites.ic24.net/index.html > > > > "I have a proof that x^n+y^n=z^n never has integer solutions for n>2. > > However, it won't fit into my signature file...." > > > Very unlikely that such could happen as absolute zero is in excess of -459 F. The "shade" in space in the Earth's vicinity is -300 F-- Much too high for superconductivity in iron. > > Your idea has little merit. > > > ___________________________________________ > > Meteorite-list mailing list > > Meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com > > http://www.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/meteorite-list > > ___________________________________________________________________ > Join the Space Program: Get FREE E-mail at http://www.space.com.Received on Thu 29 Mar 2001 06:51:38 AM PST