Scientists Create New Form of Matter

As reported by Yahoo!, Deborah Jin, a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, has created a new exotic form of matter:

"What we've done is create this new exotic form of matter," Deborah Jin, a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's joint lab with the University of Colorado, who led the study, told a news conference.

The material is called a fermionic condensate.

Unfortunately, this is not Flubber (what is Flubber?). They're still working on that.

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FYI, your Yahoo link doesn't work.

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