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  1. Ryan Schott:

    Electrons move through reality. You're not going to be able to emulate everything the electrons are doing, in software.

  2. Alexander MacDonald:

    With an ‘ interstate for electrons ’, renewable energy could be delivered anywhere in the country while emissions plummet, an HVDC grid would create a national electricity market in which all types of generation, including low-carbon sources, compete on a cost basis. The surprise was how dominant wind and solar could be.

  3. Dev Sanyal:

    Most of the things we do today are linked to our core capabilities, if you can start combining molecules and electrons in an integrated offer you start creating something of greater interest.

  4. Gregg Hallinan:

    As the electrons spiral down toward the atmosphere, they produce radio emissions, and then when they hit the atmosphere, they excite hydrogen in a process that occurs at Earth and other planets, we now know that this kind of auroral behavior is extending all the way from planets up to brown dwarfs.

  5. John Foster:

    Interplanetary shocks, traveling toward Earth from the Sun, have been observed and studied before, what is of major interest in the event reported are the direct observations of the effects of the shock on Earth’s Van Allen radiation belts with sufficient detail to reveal the processes taking place. Although the main strength of the solar shock is deflected by the magnetic shield that surrounds our planet, a brief pulse of energy penetrates closer to Earth where it accelerates radiation belt electrons to ultra-relativistic energies in less than a minute.


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