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You have to love the guys from Harvard and MIT, especially the geeks that use their massive intellect in order to create something frakking badass. THEY CREATED LIGHTSABERS! FRAKKING LIGHTSABERS! Okay, so it’s not THE lightsabers that …
Nerd Reactor · 9/27/2013
Harvard and MIT scientists have joined photons together for the first time in history, creating (in theory) the technology for a lightsaber. (Photo: Scott Barbour / Getty Images) A team of scientists from Harvard University and MIT have brought to life ...
International Science Times · 9/27/2013
The force is clearly with them. In a reported first, researchers at Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a newfangled technology that theoretically could be used to construct an actual lightsaber. Until now, photons, or the ...
FOX News · 9/29/2013
Lightsabers may have been proven real by a joint Harvard-MIT research program. Prof. Mikhail Lukin from Harvard University and Prof. Vladan Vuletic from MIT worked together in creating a new state of matter showing a very close similarity to the lightsaber ...
HNGN · 9/26/2013
With that in mind, high-energy gamma ray beams would allow you to have your own “Star Wars” lightsaber fight. So to all who still don’t believe a real-life lightsaber match is doable, I find your lack of faith disturbing.
businessinsider.com.au · 1/14/2016
Someone has finally come up with a way to fight off the bugs of the Empire — a lightsaber. Caleb Kraft, senior editor of the tech blog Hack a Day, wrapped a toy lightsaber in pest-electrifying fine mesh and an electrical cord to transform the Jedi ...
Mashable · ByNeha Prakash · 6/22/2012
Lightsaber is an elegant weapon in the “Star Wars” universe. It was a brand weapon the Jedi, it is a glowing blade that maintained the peace for the millennium in the Galactic Republic. The weapon was first seen in 1977 in the first “Star Wars ...
Realty Today · 12/22/2015
Researchers from MIT and Harvard create a new form of matter and teach us all a lesson about the power of quantum friendship. By Eric Mack, CNET In journalism, there's something called a lede, which is just another word for the main or most important …
Yahoo Games · 9/27/2013
Working with colleagues at the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms, a group led by Harvard Professor of Physics Mikhail Lukin and MIT Professor of Physics Vladan Vuletic have managed to coax photons into binding together to form molecules a state of ...
News Talk Florida · 9/26/2013
So why don’t we have working lightsabers in real life? Surely physicists must be smart enough (and big enough Star Wars fans) to be able to produce one of these incredible objects. The obvious way of building a lightsaber would be to use a laser ...
THE CONVERSATION · 12/10/2015