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Re: Cryogenically Frozen Rotors

I think this is believable, although, if I'd just payed someone $350 to 
freeze my french horn, I certainly wouldn't want to admit it did nothing! 
heh heh

>From: Brendan/Coolian <coolian@thecia.net>
>To: Todd Young <tyoung@wamnet.com>, Jim Calore <jcalore@yahoo.com>,        
>Subject: Re: Cryogenically Frozen Rotors
>Date: Fri, 10 Sep 1999 08:30:08 -0400
>>I saw a portion of a program once ( I might actually have it on tape
>>too) on Discovery about a company that freezes items down to absolute
>>zero and then warms them back up. According to the show, metal seems to
>>be "harder" and more able to endure stress. They mentioned "freezing"
>>entire engines for racers, and musical instruments too. In both cases,
>>the end users claim better performance from the "frozen" article.
>I saw that too...It has to do with "equally-spaced molecular structure
>because of compacting while freezing"
>Or, at least, that's what they said....I'm not so sure I buy it, but if it
>works, great.
>87 4kq

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