Scientists Create Holograms you can Touch

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07 Jul 2015 23:20 - 08 Jul 2015 01:01 #197103 by Ariane
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Dear Gisteron,

You seem like someone who knows science but If you didn't understand it's better to look at Youtube to explain lol. Also if you like technical explanation which I am certain might satisfy your question go to Page One (click here) of this debate.

How does this light molecule respond to force fields? Well there are many types of field of force such as the magnetosphere would be able to repel this new matter and also gravitational force fields like that dense objects would create would attract these particles. It has been a great challenge to achieve the direct light manipulation of matter on a bulk scale.

The new research, published in Nature Photonics, shows for the first time how Breit and Wheeler’s theory could be proven in practice. This ‘photon-photon collider’, which would convert light directly into matter using technology that is already available, would be a new type of high-energy physics experiment. This experiment would recreate a process that was important in the first 100 seconds of the universe and that is also seen in gamma ray bursts, which are the biggest explosions in the universe and one of physics’ greatest unsolved mysteries.

The scientists had been investigating unrelated problems in fusion energy when they realised what they were working on could be applied to the Breit-Wheeler theory. The breakthrough was achieved in collaboration with a fellow theoretical physicist from the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, who happened to be visiting Imperial college.

Demonstrating the Breit-Wheeler theory would provide the final jigsaw piece of a physics puzzle which describes the simplest ways in which light and matter interact. The six other pieces in that puzzle, including Dirac’s 1930 theory on the annihilation of electrons and positrons and Einstein’s 1905 theory on the photoelectric effect, are all associated with Nobel Prize-winning theories.

Professor Steve Rose from the Department of Physics at Imperial College London said: “Despite all physicists accepting the theory to be true, when Breit and Wheeler first proposed the theory, they said that they never expected it be shown in the laboratory. Today, nearly 80 years later, we prove them wrong. What was so surprising to us was the discovery of how we can create matter directly from light using the technology that we have today in the UK. As we are theorists we are now talking to others who can use our ideas to undertake this landmark experiment.



Well Im off to bed,

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