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Röntgen referred to the radiation as "X", to indicate that it was an unknown type of radiation. The name stuck, although (over Röntgen's great objections), many of his colleagues suggested calling them Röntgen rays. They are still referred to as such in many languages.
What about E-rays? Surely you've heard of E-raysers!
We have all heard of x rays, but what about y, z or even a rays! Do any of these exist? If they do then:1. what are they2. Did they start with the letter a - for a rays, if not why not?
QuoteWhat about E-rays? Surely you've heard of E-raysers! Doc i thought as you got older the brain got slower.
Have you ever wondered why people stand in lines? Could there be some mysterious lines of force (which I name Q-rays), generated from deep within the earth, that drive us to stand one behind the other, often for hours and/or hundreds of meters? Q-rays are especially powerful at certain points on the earth's surface, such as airports, sporting events, governmental offices and women's restrooms (perhaps these are Q-nodes?). Not sure of the significance of Q-rays, but there must be some good research possibilities.
As nibblers of small portions of food...we understand the nature of G-rays
All this talk about radiation is turning my hair g-ray
Sorry Paul....it's all ETH's fault !!