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Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2003 09:58:06 EDT
Subject: Current works on He-3 MRI

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A good site to enter the He-3 domain is: 
Some papers on the subject:
with search on the key: He-3 MRI
Tens of laboratories in the world are working on the subject, as I have said 
before and can be see at: http://www.lkb.ens.fr/recherche/flquant/HPG.html 
the main limitation of that technics is the thermal noise, that is why I want 
a cryogenic scanner. The way to go is not to duplicate these works, it is to 
bring to them the specific items for testing the brain reader configuration. 
Most current works deal with lung imaging in real time. This is an important 
illustration: Even when the basic technology is here, the specific 
application of interest in cryonics is not produced. We can't wait simply for 
science advance, things must be taken in hand.

Yvan Bozzonetti.

Science of the day:

> >> Calvin poses the question to Dad:    Why does ice float?    Dad responds:

>> Because it   s cold. Ice wants to get warm, so it goes to the top of liquids
>> in order to be nearer to the Sun.   


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