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Phonons, black bodies, antimatter, black hole well photos
August 15, 2010
3:12 am
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Hi folks, I'm here to see if anyone else recalls seeing a film clips and photos of some men around what looked to be a brass drum of some kind. They were inserting a long wrench into the hole at the top of the thing and it would seem to disappear. One man put his hand into it and commented on how cool it was in there, his hand too disappeared.

I know know they were toying with antimatter phonon gas (antiproton and positron ions). I have written a detailed blog on these exotic bodies and the physics that accounts for them being the exact opposite of matter but not at all destructive to matter. Antimatter phonons are harmonic resonators with kinetic energies of low transverse waves, if sufficiently heated or excited they emit light like ordinary matter (piezoelectric effect).

I would really appreciate anything people might have of that phonon well I saw years ago when I had no idea what could be so absorptive of light that a black hole stood where a wrench or hand should have been.

You can find my material here to read or listen to my physics at I also have a website at The file of an elaborate blog I made on the matter is attached as well

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August 15, 2010
2:38 pm

Dunno about the 'phonon' thing, but I've observed similar phenomena while working in attics. You put a tool down, it disappears, never to be seen again. Mag-Lites, pliers, screwdrivers, wire strippers, cigarette lighters, ID cards, you name it...I think the only thing I haven't lost is a co-worker. I tried that once, too, but he found his way out. Laugh

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