On Sunday morning, once your girlfriend
is done with the mixing of the mousse au chocolat
you can use her mixer
and a recipient
and some tap water
to verify that you can get just two counter rotating vortices without any supplementary ones.
Poiseuille flow! Clearly established with link and addition to Wikipedia (fr; damn, how dare they display IPs? Fleury thinks that’s illegal 😉 ). And without need to have a sandwich with a top Extra-cellular membrane (which probably don’t exist and would make a first point for a corrigendum to ask for EPMAG).
Just learned by Enro’s comment that I was contacted before the writing of this post! Well, Tom Roud wrote me on Oct 21, 2007 to point that he just learned about the shutdown of Fleury’s website on my blog and ask if I knew more about it.
Then we exchanged three other messages.
In « a must read » I pointed to a collective work by three french science bloggers discussing about the freedom of expression of french scientists in the Net. The starting point was the shutdown of Vincent Fleury’s website previously harbored by The University of Rennes 1 server, under the editorial responsibility of the UMR 6626 head (AR).
Following Fleury’s appreciation i’m a bad bad biologist, the worst he ever met, and probably vortex-blind, unable to see vortices where there are vortices.
In response to my request to point exactly at L2/R2 in his paper, he pointed to fig 6 of EPMAG supposedly depicting the four vortices. (vertically repositioned fig6 at the end of the post, per request of Fleury and with his authorization. But anyway, you do have access to the paper, as mentioned already, no need to use my space; for other pictures, get your blog Fleury, it’s the easiest way around)
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