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Little round, plush toys that stick together by way of super-strong rare earth magnets stitched inside, near the surface. About the size of softball, maybe bigger. When squeezed, three hard lumps inside can be felt. If you try to stick more than about 82 together, the structure falls apart. Grey for
neutrons, red for protons.
And don't try to stop it spinning.
"What's next? A line of plush molecules?" asks the blog's autor. Well, Joe, looks like we're way ahead of you. [jutta, Sep 12 2005]
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||But they'd be too far away to see.
||I used to like the oldcleons but the nucleons are good too.
||This would be disastrous. Grey + red = extremely ionising radiation!
||Transporting them may raise issues.