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But even accepting the premise of the pseudoscience, what sort of world would a cryogenic client wake up in.
Real quantum computers use cryogenic temperatures and are limited to a handful of qubits.
India was interested in cryogenic rocket technology decades ago, and in 1991 signed a contract with Russia to acquire its technology.
Kmart has a pantry food section and a Mini Melts cryogenic ice cream vending machine.
In the race for Post 2, incumbent Quincy Holton drew opposition from Jason Evans, the owner of a cryogenic processing company.
For starters, the baby-faced Beck, at 47, looked like he'd been recently released from a late '90s cryogenic sleep.
That includes a group led by Leo Stodolsky, a physicist and director emeritus at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, Germany, which is developing cryogenic detectors that can spot nuclear recoils with far lower energies.
Most cellular membranes on Earth also include fat-like molecules called lipids, but these lipid layers can't survive in cryogenic methane.
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First Known Use of cryogenic
medical Definition of cryogenic
- cryogenic surgery
- cryogenic arterial thrombolysis
cryogenicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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