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Bored Panda Apr 19
Ferrofluid was originally developed by NASA as rocket fuel Credit: ()
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Silodrome® Aug 27
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Digital Trends Dec 19
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Tony Ebola Aug 23
SUPER EBOLA 44 PODCAST thataylaa Ichneumon ⮍ 20:20 ⮉ 0001 20:20 5 Prime 20:20 Embryo 20:20 I've Got Apps That Kill 20:20 20:20 20:20 Ferrofluid RADIOACTIVE ANTICANCER as RETROACTIVE ROUTER
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Justin Zoll Sep 22
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Advanced Materials and Devices, Inc. Mar 28
Established in 2002, Advanced Materials and Devices, Inc. is the first Northern Nevada based engineering firm that focuses on shock and vibration isolation systems for consumer and military markets! . . .
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Justin Zoll Sep 25
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Digital Trends Feb 2
Who wants this lava lamp? We know will have one on his nightstand.
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Cloudinee Jan 23
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Digital Trends Dec 16
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Geeks Empire Feb 4
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A$ia Jun 16
This is some crazy they sell it in liquid form and plays like a
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Carl Bugeja Jun 14
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Shoichi Muromura Jul 17
"Still Life" is now available on ! Sachiko Kodama - Ferrofluid Sculpture!
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Sue Chait Aug 24
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Gadget Flow Feb 7
Ferrofluid Interactive Lava Similar to the classic lava lamp, the lamp features a unique display but uses black ferrofluid instead of colored wax. Using patent-pending technology, the lamp doubles as a motion lamp featuring rising blobs.
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Danielle Wallace Oct 1
Ferroflow gift for Jibo. Happy early birthday, buddy!
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Marion Roullet Feb 13
You can now book tickets for our event "Nature matters" ! Our international team of physicists is looking forward to bring their fun demos in !
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Austin Industrial Mar 9
Day 2 at the STEM Festival! Austin’s employee-owners had a great time teaching 6th grade students about and !
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Valley Moments Jun 23
First attempts with . Nothing special just fluid dynamics doing its thing.
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