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Never lose anything facility

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OK, I couldn't find a better category.

Puts simply, the never lose anything facility rents bottles for people to keep stuff in, stored on site.

The bottles are magnetic containment bottles, with an electrostatic element, the whole being surrounded by silvered glass.

In this way, you can guarantee not to lose any of your precious item, if the atoms want to drop off, they will be contained, even the photons that might reflect off it are contained by the silvered glass.

Would suit someone looking to establish extreme provenance of an artwork, "see, all the same atoms are exactly the same as Rembrandt left them" or possibly the more vindictive kind of penal system who refuse to let prisoners escape, even if it is one molecule at a time.

Also useful for those lost wax people. Hah, let's see them lose wax now.

not_morrison_rm, Nov 18 2013

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       In other words "always lose nothing" or "always keep everything" facility. What about heat loss?
rcarty, Nov 18 2013
  

       //What about heat loss?   

       Should any client actually prove that vibrations in the atoms are not the same vibrations as when inserted, they are taken around the back and shot.
not_morrison_rm, Nov 18 2013
  

       If you're that severe about not losing anything then I'm sure you won't LOSE a customer in that way.
rcarty, Nov 18 2013
  

       That's not customer loss, that's client-base enhancement.
Alterother, Nov 18 2013
  

       Lose the customer? There's always a few spare bottles to hand.
not_morrison_rm, Nov 18 2013
  

       If I kept my body in one of these, would I lose my mind?
RayfordSteele, Nov 19 2013
  

       Can you prove that you haven't already lost it?
goldbb, Nov 21 2013
  

       I think, so therefore I think so. Therefore, Q.E.D.
RayfordSteele, Nov 21 2013
  
      
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