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  • Machon 3 – The facility includes processing of natural uranium for the reactor, and conversion of lithium 6 into a solid for use in thermo-nuclear warheads.

    Should the Israelis Arrest Benny Morris? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Joy, if you were able to read The Rainbow and the Worm without recognizing the extraordinary level of thermodynamic woo in passages like those above, then a remedial course in introductory thermo is indicated — post haste.

    An Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris

  • Fig. 4 illustrates an apparatus devised by Mr. Munro, and to which the name thermo-microphone might be given, as it is a microphone in which thermo-electric currents are employed in the place of voltaic currents, its special feature of interest lying in the fact that the heated junction of the thermo-electric couple is identical with the microphone contacts of the two electrodes.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 447, July 26, 1884

  • They are hailed as something that actually causes something known as thermo-genesis.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2006

  • For them to operate in a purely passive way, all these water and air-loop systems, also called thermo-syphons, require placing the collector at a lower level than the heat outlet, for them to operate in a purely passive way.

    3. Design rules

  • By means of an instrument known as the thermo-electric pile, or thermopile, the various heating power of the whole spectrum, visible and invisible, can be determined.

    Aether and Gravitation

  • On the other hand, electrical currents are produced by heat in what are called thermo-electric elements.

    On the Conservation of Force

  • Electricity generated by heat is called thermo-electricity.

    Tin Foil and Its Combinations for Filling Teeth

  • Helmed by episodic television director Sutton Roley (who could count the superbly creepy telefilms SWEET, SWEET RACHEL and SATAN'S TRIANGLE to his credit), CHOSEN SURVIVORS is the tale of a handful of hand-picked science and artistic types who are thrown down the rabbit hole after the start of thermonuclear war (why does "thermo" make "nuclear war" sound so much worse?)

    "More blood, more bats."

  • No advanced nuclear explosives, such as thermo-nuclear explosives, were manufactured.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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