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Thu Apr 30, 2009 1:35 am PostPost subject:
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Hardcastle,

No tannin in my tho cause its got less tea.
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Chrisbis, you wouldn't happen to be a cryptic crossword master by any chance?

I think you told me you only had 1 T. so it was ATO instead of ATTO
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Atothermic Man!!

He can save the world from global metldown- in really small ways.

(at a cinema near u soon.)
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 1:58 am PostPost subject:
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Names for Phil's device from Fizzx as first suggested
Name Author

1] Whackadoo Trim

2] Curladoo Trim

3] Philion OC

4] Philthion OC

5] Philament mrsean

6] philomonic chrisbis

7] 2lotnot Hardcastle

8] PhilHarmonic Hardcastle

9] Philharmionic Hardcastle

10] Cellarray Hardcastle

11] ABCHIMORST Hardcastle

12] Christmas Hardcastle with chips, wafers, cards

13] Morsthomics chribis

14] Fu Hardcastle

15] Atothermic chrisbis

16]Atto Hardcastle

17] Attothermic chrisbis
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:02 am PostPost subject:
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Hardcastle,

My father is, so maybe rub off a little- only at nano levels (or smaller) tho.

nite>2 chaps.
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Trim,

number 13 was by ur's truely, not the author u named. i thank u.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:06 am PostPost subject:
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Trim,

and i don't claim author-ship of number 17. i 2thank u.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:21 am PostPost subject:
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Trim,

easy error to make my friend, esp with the speed of some of the posts.
- author list just wants a little trim round the edges.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:11 am PostPost subject:
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You had a long list under Atothermic so who authored it?
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 4:47 am PostPost subject:
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QUTHEC: Prounced Cue-Tech
Quantum Universal Thermionic Heat Energy Converter

Not to be confused with Quthec, Canada.

Cool
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:12 am PostPost subject:
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Trim,

I looked up Greek gods and found Caerus


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caerus

Part of that link is

Caerus is the due measure that achieves the aim. This god brings about what is convenient, fit, and comes in the right moment.
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Harvey wrote:
QUTHEC: Prounced Cue-Tech
Quantum Universal Thermionic Heat Energy Converter


If we genericise it then add "Phil" = Phil's Thermionic Heat Energy = PhilTHE
Wink
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:26 am PostPost subject:
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Trim,

I looked up Greek gods and found Caerus


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caerus

Part of that link is

Caerus is the due measure that achieves the aim. This god brings about what is convenient, fit, and comes in the right moment.


Sounds like Murphy's nemesis Wink
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:33 am PostPost subject:
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Zentropy

Zero entropy

If it violates the 2lot then it lowers entropy
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Philthe sound dirty
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who is Murphy, the undercover police guy?
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In the greek gods stuff CHAOS is the god from which order comes.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 6:52 am PostPost subject:
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Trim,
Atothermic- Chrisbis

Attothermic- a lesser known spotted variant from the former that derived from common human clonning, Bourne Cronicle production decade '72.
Methord know formally as -
'If I Read Too Fast I Get Things Wrong Isis'

I believe its an Australian learning zone that can be exported around
the nuclei, on the back of a passing phased positron.

Besides which, i only ever have one tea- prefer coffee.
(its the tannin u know)
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 6:54 am PostPost subject:
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Harvey,

Quote:

Not to be confused with Quthec, Canada


U meant Quebec right Shirl? Ur knot getting ur Tinsel in a twwwist now r thee?
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Hardcastle,

Take a lesson from old Al- use variants of someone else's famous name- thats really original in ur chosen field.

So who's famous in the world of heat?
The chap downstairs prob does knows a bit, and bobs around everywhere.

Vieldomic- study of little bits and bobs
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:27 am PostPost subject:
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ddddddd
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:29 am PostPost subject:
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Or........

Abv

TheMagIc
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chrisbis wrote:
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Not to be confused with Quthec, Canada


U meant Quebec right Shirl? Ur knot getting ur Tinsel in a twwwist now r thee?


It all depends on the quality of the OCR software Wink
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chrisbis wrote:
Hardcastle,

Take a lesson from old Al- use variants of someone else's famous name- thats really original in ur chosen field.

So who's famous in the world of heat?
The chap downstairs prob does knows a bit, and bobs around everywhere.

Vieldomic- study of little bits and bobs


Lord Kelvin?
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Hardcastle wrote:
Constructed the word by parts

Thermal energy and Thermionics (THERMIO)

It needs a Magnet (MAG)

It is essentially an Integrated Circuit (IC)


So it is a THERMIOMAGIC


Or TherMagIc
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:19 am PostPost subject:
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My shortlist so far after checking google.
Some of the names are already in use and
others I didn't think were appropriate or
were an 'in house' play on words.


Atothermic
Cellarray
Curlatron



Phil Google Thermagic (chip cooler)
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It is up to Trim to decide on the name, but I must say that

Curlatron

has grown on me a lot more than

Whackadoo.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:00 pm PostPost subject:
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I like that one too.
The reason I asked you to google Thermagic was what I thought was the coincidence of finding it was a brand of chip cooler, when I checked it on google to find if it was already trademarked.
Which is a part of your business plan you should start thinking about.

Another name I liked "coolatron" is already in use. Sad
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Trim wrote:
I like that one too.
The reason I asked you to google Thermagic was what I thought was the coincidence of finding it was a brand of chip cooler, when I checked it on google to find if it was already trademarked.
Which is a part of your business plan you should start thinking about.

Another name I liked "coolatron" is already in use. :(


Both have my initials in there, so I'm happy. 8)
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