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diodes learning to swim

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Winfield Hill, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. D from BC

    D from BC Guest

    See Tom Vu's "How to Get Rich Making Swimming Diodes" seminar!!
    Quote for Tom Vu:
    A lot of your friends will tell you, 'Don't come to the seminar. It's
    a get-rich-quick plan.' Well, tell them, It is a get-rich-quick plan
    because life is too short to get rich slow'
    D from BC
  2. The micro pump idea might have some interesting applications.
    Unfortunately, it appears that this technique requires high pH levels,
    so putting Rachel Welch in a miniature submarine and injecting her into
    someone's tookas is a few years off still.
  3. The micro pump idea might have some interesting applications.
    Can I volunteer to be the... destination? (c:
  4. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Raquel? ;-)

    So, anyways, you've got these sperm-sized swimming diodes -
    A) How do you steer them?
    B) What do you do when you get to the destination, and how do you do it?
    C) Since we don't know how to shrink people yet (where does all that
    mass go? Imagine a 2-ton pinpoint-sized device in your bloodstream),
    who's going to build the camera and uplink?

  5. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Only if I get to eat her first, unless she is dead.

    Of course, I'd rather have a cuddle with Wendy Craig.

  6. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    !!! How *dare* you !!!
    You are *not* allowed to ask questions!
    ((most especially *intelligent* and *pertinet* questions))
  7. D from BC

    D from BC Guest

    How do these researchers find the time and money to make and watch
    little itty bitty parts swimming around..

    New bar pick up line :p
    "Hey baby... wanna come over to my place and see my swimming diodes?
    Heh heh ..."

    New on Ebay!!!
    The electronics designers aquarium...Complete with swimming diodes,
    transistors, resistors and capacitors.
    D from BC
  8. Guest

    But can they lase?

    Or are we still stuck with a two-die hybrid solution?
  9. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    ((Oh!)) (simper) My diode has the *cutest* little swimsuit! (giggle)
  10. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

  11. They climb pheromone gradients automatically.
    Self-annihilate, also automatic.
    Existing Tardis technology, no prob.
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