What do you call quantums of electromagnetic radiation that don't get along?
Why is reading research on electromagnetic radiation so easy?
Because it’s a pretty light subject.
I'm reading an interesting book about Electromagnetic Levitation
I can't put it down
What did the Spanish photon say when it had finally had enough of being the electromagnetic force carrier?
TIL the Earth produces global electromagnetic resonance with the highest peak frequency of 33.8Hz, slightly lower than a C#1 note with a frequency of 34.65Hz.
I guess you can say the earth is flat.
After building the wall, Trump to build an electromagnetic barrier to prevent foreign bees from entering the U.S. by sending waves that interfere with their communication.
Trump is strictly against Global Swarming
What’s the difference between light and dark soy sauce?
I asked Alexa, what’s the difference between light and dark soy sauce?
Dark soy sauce is used in Chinese cooking to add colour and flavour to dishes. Light is an electromagnetic radiation within a certain portion of the electro magnetic spectrum.
Thanks Alexa - you’re not technically w...
A math student invented a new method of making liquor, using electromagnetics to distill alcohol.
Proof by induction.
I noticed a nuclear fusion reactor the other day in my backyard.
While in my backyard the other day, I noticed a large gravitationally confined plasma thermo-nuclear fusion reactor. Being an engineer, I saw that it was radiating huge amounts of energy at very high velocity in the form of incredibly high frequency transversely polarized Maxwellian electromagnetic ...
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It is the year 2200
In a small city lived a master fisherman. This fisherman was famous throughout the world for being able to catch numerous amounts of fish in any body of water. Now, fish these days have mutated and changed quite a bit, but this fisherman was able to catch them all with little to no effort.
Nurse walks into the doctors office and says: Doctor, there's a man here who says he's invisible.
Oh that's my pal Steve from the optics lab at DARPA. They're developing electromagnetic metamaterials to use in a cloaking device.
Tell him I can't see him now.
A woman asks her husband...
about the electromagnetic spectrum so that she may help her son with his homework. She asks, "sweetheart, what comes after visible light again?" The father answers, "Ultraviolet, darling."