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December 20, 2009

ho ho ho

srikanth @ 9:30 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1261344614 ) Play

What exactly is this?

Call it holiday cheer :-P This is just free points for everyone!

Cracked byjoe , p vs np , Dibyo , byslexia , akhi , udupendra , eli , Gurupad , Rogi , varuns88 , RahulN , shenoyvarun86 , umang , shrik , shashank , Logik , madhur , Ananth , Raghuvansh , dheeraj , Sandesh , Anubhav , anurag , quaziluffy and Higgers

Answer:

The world’s smallest snowman. Just a few nm across, this was created by David Cox, a member of the National Physical Laboratory, UK.


29 Responses to “ho ho ho”

  1. joe

    World’s smallest snowman


  2. The world’s smallest “synthesized” snowman.

    It was created by Dr David Cox, a member of the Quantum Detection group at the laboratory, National Physical Laboratory, UK.


  3. Dibyo
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    a nanotech snowman – made by nanomanipulation and stuff


  4. byslexia

    World’s smallest snowman created by National Physical Lab.


  5. Er, snowman?


  6. akhi
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    world’s smallest snowman built using electron microscope.


  7. akhi
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    sorry , built using tin beads to calibrate em’s astigmatism.


  8. udupendra
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    World’s smallest snowman, made by British scientists at NPL


  9. eli

    Nano scale snowman are employed by NPL.


  10. the world’s tiniest snowman


  11. Rogi
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    A 0.01mm nano-snowman


  12. varuns88
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    nano snowman


  13. Is this Azuro, and Ice-Cream from Gelato?


  14. RahulN

    The world’s tiniest snowman!


  15. Worlds tiniest snowman


  16. umang

    world’s smallest snowman created by scientist at the national physics laboratory


  17. shrik
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    The world’s tiniest snowman by the good folks at the NPL.

    http://www.npl.co.uk/educate-explore/christmas/

    Dangit being incommunicado for a couple of days not good for BB stats :(


  18. sidsen
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    it is a cold and possibly also sad snowman.

    in the spirit of the season i shall assume that this answer shall suffice.


  19. The world’s smallest snowman.


  20. Logik
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    technical answer: A microscopic tinman welded using platinum, via a nanotechnology process, by the National Physical Laboratory.

    Otherwise: Wow, a ‘nano’-snowman. With a width of 10 um.


  21. madhur
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    Physicists at the National Physical Laboratory have created the World’s Smallest ‘Snowman’ (measuring 10 micrometers across) using a variety of sophisticated techniques and advanced research equipment, including a focused ion beam, nano-manipulation system, and silicon cantilever.


  22. Ananth
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    National Physical Laboratory (UK)’s way of wishing Christmas. ;)

    A micro snowman built by using two tin beads to calibrate electron microscope astigmatism.


  23. Raghuvansh
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    The world’s smallest snowman.


  24. dheeraj

    Worlds smallest snowman made in National Physics Laboratory…..


  25. Sandesh

    Smallest snowman seen thru an electron microscope


  26. the world’s tiniest snowman. (10 microns across)
    (made of tin, not snow, btw :) )


  27. anurag

    The world’s smallest snowman


  28. quaziluffy

    world’s smallest snowman


  29. Higgers

    World’s smallest snowman which is just 1/5th the width of a human hair.


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