Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Forgot the idea

For cases when you had this great idea but forgot what it was
 
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Because halfbakery is always interesting, I got distracted and forgot what my idea was.

I'm sure you had this happen to you too.

So the idea here is for you to jot down, as a comment to this idea, some things about your idea that you still do remember, in hopes of reviving your forgotten idea in your mind. And maybe we can think along with you and try to revive it back to life.

pashute, Dec 21 2017

Forgot the category ? Category_20Consulting_20Ltd_2e
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       After posting I realized that I already posted an almost identical idea in the very exact same category, with an almost identical name! It seems I forgot that. But that is not the topic of this post, and hopefully won't show up in the annotations.
pashute, Dec 21 2017
  

       This is excellent idea. Ferromagnetic goose pickling.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 21 2017
  

       Sounds to me like the author of this Idea is asking for a List to be created here....
Vernon, Dec 21 2017
  

       I think someone should promote the halfbakery to get more people here. I thought about writing a press release then sending it to IEEE Spectrum and about 100 others. Bring back the days of the un-renormalized bun!   

       The other thing I was thinking about is that schrodinger's cat is always available for observation at non optical frequencies. Sonic:purring, Neutrinos:container made of anything, including entire galaxies. So, and this is where I get confused, is observation sort of inevitable before an actual human looks at it. I must be missing something. For me this devolves to "do bacteria on the outside of the box, mildly perturbed with sound, act as observers?"
beanangel, Dec 21 2017
  

       // devloves //   

       Presumably that's a contraction of "deviant love" .. ?
8th of 7, Dec 21 2017
  

       Devops will be jealous.
pertinax, Dec 26 2017
  

       Depends. How much do bacteria enjoy Ted Nugent songs?
RayfordSteele, Dec 26 2017
  

       About *this* much. Why do you ask?
pertinax, Dec 27 2017
  
      
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