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Bubbles
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bubble

bubble (bùb´el) noun
1.A thin, usually spherical or hemispherical film of liquid filled with air or gas: a soap bubble.
2.A globular body of air or gas formed within a liquid: air bubbles rising to the surface.
3.A pocket formed in a solid by air or gas that is trapped, as during cooling or hardening.
4.a. The act or internal linkprocess of forming bubbles. b. A sound made by or as if by the forming and bursting of bubbles.
5.Something insubstantial, groundless, or ephemeral, especially:. a. A fantastic or impracticable idea or belief; an illusion: didn't want to burst the new volunteers' bubble. b. A speculative scheme that comes to nothing: lost money in the real estate bubble.
6.Something light or effervescent: "Macon- though terribly distressed- had to fight down a bubble of laughter" (Anne Tyler).
7.A usually transparent glass or plastic dome.
8.A protective, often isolating envelope or cover: "The Secret Service will talk of tightening protection, but no President wants to live in a bubble" (Anthony Lewis).

verb
bubbled, bubbling, bubbles verb, intransitive
1.To form or give off bubbles.
2.To move or flow with a gurgling sound: a brook bubbling along its course.
3.To rise to or as if to the surface; emerge: "Since then, the revolution has bubbled up again in many forms" (Jonathan Schell).
4.To display irrepressible activity or emotion: bubbling over with excitement.
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verb, transitive
To cause to form bubbles.

[From Middle English bubelen, to bubble.]

bubble internal linkmemory

bubble memory (bub'l mem`er-ê) noun
Memory formed by a series of persistent magnetic "bubbles" in a thin film substrate. In contrast to ROM, internal linkinformation can be written to bubble memory. In contrast to RAM, data written to bubble memory remains there until it is changed, even when the computer is turned off. For this reason, bubble memory has had some application in environments in which a computer system must be able to recover with minimal data loss in the event of a power failure. The use of and demand for bubble memory has all but disappeared because of the introduction of flash memory, which is less expensive and easier to produce.



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Bubble Trail - West Stowell August 2001



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SELF-REPRODUCING COSMOS

Appears as an extended branching of inflationary bubbles. Changes in color represent "mutations" in the laws of physics from parent universes. The properties of space in each bubble do not depend on the internal linktime when the bubble formed. In this sense, the universe as a whole may be stationary, even though the interior of each bubble can be described by the big bang theory. 

Self Reproducing Cosmos with bubbles


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Simon Posford blowing bubbles...



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Dolphins make silver bubble rings



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