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I was reading up on inductors and had an idea.
I don't think the fabrication technology exists right now, but eventually we'll be able to form carbon nanotubes into almost any shape, and they are tremendously good conductors of electricity. They are incredibly small, so you can put a number of turns in an inductor of given length that is pretty unprecedented in human history. The tendency of the intermediary space to contain magnetic fields also plays a roll in inductor function. I'm curious if fully ionized hydrogen gas might not be as good of a medium for that function as it comes. Or am I exactly wrong, and it's the worst? Anyone else think that would make a fun toy to play with?
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Sounds like the induction model you speak of. Collegen fibers are about the size of carbon nano tubes. Also the osteopathic technique to release a fascial tensegrity primary restriction is called Induction. This involves light pressure in specific vectors dictated by the restriction.
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