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#2
About time they made themselves useful.
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#5
'British scientists' is an oxymoron.
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#6
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About time they made themselves useful.

Lol

Also Jay, your avatar made me legitimately "lol"

Now I'll read the article.
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#7
british wizards
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#9
I can see that this is a huge achievement, but being the eternal critic I must say that it seems like a bit of a roundabout way of saving energy.

You need a shitton of energy to produce petrol from air. Why not just use that energy directly to power our cars? The distribution network is already in place, and battery systems will become affordable once there's enough demand to have an economy of scale.
#10
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'British scientists' is an oxymoron.


Haroon Ahmed
David Axon
Francis Bacon
Roger Bacon
Michael Bearpark
John Beddington
Ralph Benjamin
Kevin Beurle
David Mervyn Blow
Edward August Bond
C. V. Boys
Dennis Bray
Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
Maged N. Kamel Boulos
Charles K. Kao
Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
Alexander King
Rudolf Kompfner
John Howard Kyan
Patrick Laidlaw
John Henry Lefroy
John Lennard-Jones
Chris Lightfoot
John McCafferty
George Macfarlane
Harry Marsh
Charles James Martin
Neil D. Mathur
James Clerk Maxwell
Peter H Millard
John F. B. Mitchell
Kieran Moriarty
William Musgrave
Isaac Newton
Bridget Ogilvie
Ian Osterloh
Woodbine Parish
Arthur Lindo Patterson
David Peakall
Joseph Barclay Pentland
Chris Phillips
Henry Piddington
Andrew Pitman
Vicky Pope
Matthew Raper
Chris Rapley
Michael Reiss
Sheila Rodwell
Gordon Rugg
Bertrand Russell
John Scott Burdon-Sanderson
Sydney Selwyn
Nigel Shadbolt
George D. W. Smith
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope
James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
John Sealy Townsend
Eric Trist
Alan Turing
Arthur James Turner
James Underwood
Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
Andrew Watson
Alexander Watt
Richard Burkewood Welbourn
Michael Wells
Thomas Summers West
Elsie Widdowson
Maurice Wilkins
James H. Wilkinson
Alan Wilson
Tamsin Wilton
Greg Winter
Heinz Wolff
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#13
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Haroon Ahmed
David Axon
Francis Bacon
Roger Bacon
Michael Bearpark
John Beddington
Ralph Benjamin
Kevin Beurle
David Mervyn Blow
Edward August Bond
C. V. Boys
Dennis Bray
Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Fullerian Professor of Chemistry
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
Maged N. Kamel Boulos
Charles K. Kao
Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
Alexander King
Rudolf Kompfner
John Howard Kyan
Patrick Laidlaw
John Henry Lefroy
John Lennard-Jones
Chris Lightfoot
John McCafferty
George Macfarlane
Harry Marsh
Charles James Martin
Neil D. Mathur
James Clerk Maxwell
Peter H Millard
John F. B. Mitchell
Kieran Moriarty
William Musgrave
Isaac Newton
Bridget Ogilvie
Ian Osterloh
Woodbine Parish
Arthur Lindo Patterson
David Peakall
Joseph Barclay Pentland
Chris Phillips
Henry Piddington
Andrew Pitman
Vicky Pope
Matthew Raper
Chris Rapley
Michael Reiss
Sheila Rodwell
Gordon Rugg
Bertrand Russell
John Scott Burdon-Sanderson
Sydney Selwyn
Nigel Shadbolt
George D. W. Smith
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope
James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
John Sealy Townsend
Eric Trist
Alan Turing
Arthur James Turner
James Underwood
Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
Andrew Watson
Alexander Watt
Richard Burkewood Welbourn
Michael Wells
Thomas Summers West
Elsie Widdowson
Maurice Wilkins
James H. Wilkinson
Alan Wilson
Tamsin Wilton
Greg Winter
Heinz Wolff

+1
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and all you can do is just wait by the moon
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#15
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Is there any way to make this efficient?


We'll find out in 2015 when they complete the second part of the test at the new plant.
#16
Quote by sashki
I can see that this is a huge achievement, but being the eternal critic I must say that it seems like a bit of a roundabout way of saving energy.

You need a shitton of energy to produce petrol from air. Why not just use that energy directly to power our cars? The distribution network is already in place, and battery systems will become affordable once there's enough demand to have an economy of scale.
As they said in the video, it's currently only being proposed as use as a designer fuel for high performance vehicles, namely, race cars. Their plans are to have a plant within a few years that would be able to produce enough gasoline for the energy produced to outweigh the energy required, so it'd be much more efficient than it is now.

Given that it would create a stable energy supply while also being carbon neutral, it's worth a shot. Better than nothing, at any rate.
#17
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Why post a title instead of a name?


copy pasted it didn't check if it lined up properly so
#18
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Haroon Ahmed
David Axon
Francis Bacon
Roger Bacon
Michael Bearpark
John Beddington
Ralph Benjamin
Kevin Beurle
David Mervyn Blow
Edward August Bond
C. V. Boys
Dennis Bray
Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
Maged N. Kamel Boulos
Charles K. Kao
Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
Alexander King
Rudolf Kompfner
John Howard Kyan
Patrick Laidlaw
John Henry Lefroy
John Lennard-Jones
Chris Lightfoot
John McCafferty
George Macfarlane
Harry Marsh
Charles James Martin
Neil D. Mathur
James Clerk Maxwell
Peter H Millard
John F. B. Mitchell
Kieran Moriarty
William Musgrave
Isaac Newton
Bridget Ogilvie
Ian Osterloh
Woodbine Parish
Arthur Lindo Patterson
David Peakall
Joseph Barclay Pentland
Chris Phillips
Henry Piddington
Andrew Pitman
Vicky Pope
Matthew Raper
Chris Rapley
Michael Reiss
Sheila Rodwell
Gordon Rugg
Bertrand Russell
John Scott Burdon-Sanderson
Sydney Selwyn
Nigel Shadbolt
George D. W. Smith
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope
James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
John Sealy Townsend
Eric Trist
Alan Turing
Arthur James Turner
James Underwood
Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
Andrew Watson
Alexander Watt
Richard Burkewood Welbourn
Michael Wells
Thomas Summers West
Elsie Widdowson
Maurice Wilkins
James H. Wilkinson
Alan Wilson
Tamsin Wilton
Greg Winter
Heinz Wolff

just looks like a bunch of pretentious, self-serving, inefficient twats to me
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#20
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As they said in the video, it's currently only being proposed as use as a designer fuel for high performance vehicles, namely, race cars. Their plans are to have a plant within a few years that would be able to produce enough gasoline for the energy produced to outweigh the energy required, so it'd be much more efficient than it is now.

Given that it would create a stable energy supply while also being carbon neutral, it's worth a shot. Better than nothing, at any rate.

Wait, what? That would mean it's creating energy from nothing.
#21
Quote by sashki
Wait, what? That would mean it's creating energy from nothing.

It would be taking useless energy of CO2, H2O, and O2 and turning it into usable energy.

Like how I could use a match to heat a pot of water, and it would barely change, or I could use that match to light a candle underneath it, and it would heat more. There's no energy being made from nothing, it is just being used differently.
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#22
Quote by sashki
I can see that this is a huge achievement, but being the eternal critic I must say that it seems like a bit of a roundabout way of saving energy.

You need a shitton of energy to produce petrol from air. Why not just use that energy directly to power our cars? The distribution network is already in place, and battery systems will become affordable once there's enough demand to have an economy of scale.


It's not.

Let me explain using an example. When you burn carbon it combines with oxygen to create carbon dioxide. Now to turn carbon dioxide back into oxygen and carbon it required the same amount of energy.

So yes you can make methanol out of these components but you'll burn only to get back the energy you originally used.

And as Sashki said, you can't get more or less energy out of thin air.
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#23
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Robert Grosseteste

The irony of course, is he actually had nice testes.
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I swear this guy in particular writes for the telegraph or some shit.

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My name can actually be traced back to as early as the 1990s, it means "fuck off data miner"
#24
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It's not.

Let me explain using an example. When you burn carbon it combines with oxygen to create carbon dioxide. Now to turn carbon dioxide back into oxygen and carbon it required the same amount of energy.

So yes you can make methanol out of these components but you'll burn only to get back the energy you originally used.

And as Sashki said, you can't get more or less energy out of thin air.

Unless the process is self catalyzing.
#25
Quote by Dirge Humani
It would be taking useless energy of CO2, H2O, and O2 and turning it into usable energy.

Like how I could use a match to heat a pot of water, and it would barely change, or I could use that match to light a candle underneath it, and it would heat more. There's no energy being made from nothing, it is just being used differently.

Well, I'm no sciency doctor person, but I'm pretty sure that the energy required to extract CO2, H2O and O2 from the air, condense it and bond it into Methanol is greater than the energy released when the fuel combusts. If it were that easily reversible, there would be no fuel crisis.

When you light a candle with a match, the candle itself fuels the fire. The wax and the wick combust, releasing the stored chemical energy. Once combusted, it cannot be recollected, at least not efficiently.
#27
Quote by jetfuel495
Let me rephrase, more usable energy. The benefits would outweigh the costs.

At least, that's what I'm thinking they're planning.

I'm not denying its value as a scientific achievement, but I seriously doubt how this would work on a practical level. When it becomes cheaper to extract fuel from the air than to get it from the ground, we should probably consider moving to other energy sources.
And even if it's just for race cars, I don't really see the point. Why not use biofuel or some shit? You could probably convert that to gasoline much more efficiently. Or use hydrogen, either in a combustion engine, or with fuel cells. Racing teams have tons of money and they're at the forefront of automotive technology. They may as well diversify their fuel sources.

I dunno, maybe I'm just talking out my ass here. Either way, I'm like to see where they take this new technology.
#28
This is just one of those things, like nuclear fusion, that is a headline for a slow news day.

Plus converting CO2 to a hydrocarbon is so thermodynamically unfavourable it hurts.

For the time being, I honestly feel we should be moving away from petro-chemical industries and focusing on generating energy in a more environmentally friendly way.
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#29
I still want to see fuel made from giant algae farms.
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#30
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I'm not denying its value as a scientific achievement, but I seriously doubt how this would work on a practical level. When it becomes cheaper to extract fuel from the air than to get it from the ground, we should probably consider moving to other energy sources.
And even if it's just for race cars, I don't really see the point. Why not use biofuel or some shit? You could probably convert that to gasoline much more efficiently. Or use hydrogen, either in a combustion engine, or with fuel cells. Racing teams have tons of money and they're at the forefront of automotive technology. They may as well diversify their fuel sources.

I dunno, maybe I'm just talking out my ass here. Either way, I'm like to see where they take this new technology.
Guess we're just gonna have to wait and see

It's been a while since I've kept up with the automotive world but I doubt biofuels or hydrogen would give the same performance as high octane gasoline.

Turning hydrogen into fuel itself is a costly enough process to where liquid hydrogen fuel was just as expensive as gasoline was back whenever I read that article about that Honda that's only available in California (apparently California has the only liquid hydrogen gas stations in America so far).
#31
Quote by sashki
Well, I'm no sciency doctor person, but I'm pretty sure that the energy required to extract CO2, H2O and O2 from the air, condense it and bond it into Methanol is greater than the energy released when the fuel combusts. If it were that easily reversible, there would be no fuel crisis.

When you light a candle with a match, the candle itself fuels the fire. The wax and the wick combust, releasing the stored chemical energy. Once combusted, it cannot be recollected, at least not efficiently.

I am a sciency doctor person and you're right, that is true.

When you burn petrol you end up with carbondioxide and water. To then make fuel out of that very same carbondioxide and water you would have to put the same amount of energy into it as you got out of it. But since no energy conversion is 100% efficient you used less energy and need more energy.

However, as always it's the media getting every science story ever so slightly wrong. This isn't meant to create energy from thin air, it's meant to be a way to store energy from renewable energysources. We've tried doing that with hydrogen and batteries, but they each have some serious issues. Since the whole motoring-industry is based around petrol, being able to store our windmill energy in that would be ideal.

As for the guy talking about "self catalyzing", catalysts don't change the difference in energycontent of the reagents and the product, they just change how high the energyhurdle is to get the reaction to occur in the first place. So yes, a catalyst is probably very helpful in making the conversion more efficient, but it could never make it produce more energy then you put into it.
#32
Well, its kinda late with the world ending and all...
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#34
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Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
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Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
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Patrick Laidlaw
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Vicky Pope
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Nigel Shadbolt
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James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
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Eric Trist
Alan Turing
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Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
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#35
Brilliant. I propose turning all of the air over England into gasoline.
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Haroon Ahmed
David Axon
Francis Bacon
Roger Bacon
Michael Bearpark
John Beddington
Ralph Benjamin
Kevin Beurle
David Mervyn Blow
Edward August Bond
C. V. Boys
Dennis Bray
Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
Maged N. Kamel Boulos
Charles K. Kao
Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
Alexander King
Rudolf Kompfner
John Howard Kyan
Patrick Laidlaw
John Henry Lefroy
John Lennard-Jones
Chris Lightfoot
John McCafferty
George Macfarlane
Harry Marsh
Charles James Martin
Neil D. Mathur
James Clerk Maxwell
Peter H Millard
John F. B. Mitchell
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William Musgrave
Isaac Newton
Bridget Ogilvie
Ian Osterloh
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Arthur Lindo Patterson
David Peakall
Joseph Barclay Pentland
Chris Phillips
Henry Piddington
Andrew Pitman
Vicky Pope
Matthew Raper
Chris Rapley
Michael Reiss
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Gordon Rugg
Bertrand Russell
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Nigel Shadbolt
George D. W. Smith
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope
James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
John Sealy Townsend
Eric Trist
Alan Turing
Arthur James Turner
James Underwood
Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
Andrew Watson
Alexander Watt
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#37
I've read on another site that after they perfect this science, it will be marketed to the British people as a more efficient form of "wet and burny. drive and turny".
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#38
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Haroon Ahmed
David Axon
Francis Bacon
Roger Bacon
Michael Bearpark
John Beddington
Ralph Benjamin
Kevin Beurle
David Mervyn Blow
Edward August Bond
C. V. Boys
Dennis Bray
Malcolm Brenner
W. A. S. Butement
Robert W. Cahn
Sandy Cairncross
James Cameron
Richard Caton
Colin Cherry
Harriette Chick
Samuel Hunter Christie
Marcela Contreras
Eva Crane
Francis Crick
Henry Holmes Croft
Andrew Crosse
Humphry Davy
Charles Darwin
Paul Dirac
Deborah Doniach
Michael Faraday
Adrian Farrel
Axel Firsoff
Carey Foster
Henry Foster
Rosalind Franklin
Ed Gallagher
Michael Gerzon
June Goodfield
Dougal Goodman
Guy Goodwin
Raymond Gosling
Monica Grady
Malcolm Green
Robert Grosseteste
Frederick Guthrie
Helen Gwynne-Vaughan
Wendy Hall
William Vernon Harcourt
Anita Harding
Richard Harrison
Thomas Hayes
Stephen Hawking
Vernon Heywood
Julia Higgins
Harold Hillman
Peter Hirsch
George Hockham
Anthony Hollander
Victor Horsley
Rosalinde Hurley
Harold Edwin Hurst
Janet Husband
Ray K Iles
Alec Jeffreys
Edward Jenner
Harren Jhoti
Mark H. Johnson
Daniel Jubb
Maged N. Kamel Boulos
Charles K. Kao
Frank Kearton, Baron Kearton
David Kelly
Alexander King
Rudolf Kompfner
John Howard Kyan
Patrick Laidlaw
John Henry Lefroy
John Lennard-Jones
Chris Lightfoot
John McCafferty
George Macfarlane
Harry Marsh
Charles James Martin
Neil D. Mathur
James Clerk Maxwell
Peter H Millard
John F. B. Mitchell
Kieran Moriarty
William Musgrave
Isaac Newton
Bridget Ogilvie
Ian Osterloh
Woodbine Parish
Arthur Lindo Patterson
David Peakall
Joseph Barclay Pentland
Chris Phillips
Henry Piddington
Andrew Pitman
Vicky Pope
Matthew Raper
Chris Rapley
Michael Reiss
Sheila Rodwell
Gordon Rugg
Bertrand Russell
John Scott Burdon-Sanderson
Sydney Selwyn
Nigel Shadbolt
George D. W. Smith
Charles Stanhope, 3rd Earl Stanhope
James Stirling
Peter A. Stott
Peter Sykes
Benjamin Thompson
John Sealy Townsend
Eric Trist
Alan Turing
Arthur James Turner
James Underwood
Olga Uvarov
Nicholas Wald
Kevin Warwick
Andrew Watson
Alexander Watt
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Michael Wells
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Best post ever. Though you missed Keith Campbell, who cloned Dolly the sheep.
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#39
Something is telling me this is kind of old and I've seen it before. Not to say I don't like it, of course.

[IN PHIL WE TRUST]


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I only play bots. Bots never abandon me. (´・ω・`)

#40
Quote by SteveHouse
Something is telling me this is kind of old and I've seen it before. Not to say I don't like it, of course.

Yea, it is.

I almost made a thread about it a few months ago.
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Quote by The_Blode
she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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