Transparent aliminium: at last

Last night, I got my wife to watch Star Trek IV again with me. I got all excited when I found out that 3M researchers had invented what seems to me to be transparent aliminium. Of course, as everyone knows, transparent aluminium was passed on to us by Scotty, the famous spaceship engineer, when the crew of the Enterprise travelled back in time to save whales.

Daniel Lemire, "Transparent aliminium: at last," in Daniel Lemire's blog, August 25, 2004.

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A computer science professor at the University of Quebec (TELUQ).

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