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September 26th, 2004

Interview with Adrian Tymes

Adrian Tymes is a computer scientist who also has extensive knowledge of quantum physics and nanotechnology. Mr. Tymes is trying to create a prototype device that could be used to harness energy by exploiting a nanoscale physics phenomena known as the casimir effect. He has formed a company, called Wingcat, which he hopes to use to eventually design energy-creating machines based on manipulation of the casimir force.

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