posted on 03/28/2009 12:08:25 AM PDT
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posted on 03/28/2009 1:04:45 AM PDT
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The 'sticky' Casimir force can even be repulsive.
Hey, there are whole websites devoted to that proposition, but they're mostly teases trying to sell pay-per-view. Thanks neverdem.
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posted on 03/28/2009 4:31:53 AM PDT
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posted on 03/28/2009 11:10:19 AM PDT
If they are right, it means that, while the Casimir force may cause 'stiction' in nanomachines moving parts might stick together it needn't cause friction.
Well that sucks. ;)
Maybe they should try some KY. ;)
posted on 03/28/2009 2:21:48 PM PDT
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