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Calgary tech expert Joel Klettke discusses the feasibility of building real-life lightsabers In his latest rant to air Tuesday night, Rick Mercer goes after Mayor Denis Coderre for saying the pipeline proposal doesn't have enough in it for Montreal.
CBC · 12/22/2015
While the denizens of the Internet might be debating what color Poe Dameron's lightsaber would be, a YouTube content producer Sufficiently Advanced (real name: Allen Pan) has built his own, real-life lightsaber — and it's green, by the way. Designed by ...
Tech Times · 12/29/2015
Scientists have found a way to bind together photons that creates a sort of real-life lightsabers, they say. A group of scientists figured out how to coax photons into binding together to form molecules, “a state of matter that, until recently ...
theepochtimes.com · ByZachary Stieber · 10/1/2013
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
(CBS) – The moment “Star Wars” fans have been waiting for might finally be here: Lightsabers are no longer just a figment of San Anselmo resident George Lucas’ imagination. They could soon be more than a plastic Hollywood prop or a Halloween …
Sanfrancisco cbslocal · 10/1/2013
This might be a hard truth to swallow, especially for all you ‘Star Wars’ fanatics out there, but a real-life lightsaber may never be created in our respective lifetimes. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try to replicate one. Yesterday, UPI wrote ...
Examiner · 12/23/2015
Real-life lightsabers is how an MIT professor describes complex research into photons. MIT Professor Vladan Vuletic used lasers to discover a new form of matter. "It has long been a dream to have photons of light beams interact with one another," Vuletic said.
abc7chicago.com · 10/1/2013
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 ...
Q 13 Fox · 12/12/2015
Real-life lightsabers? I'll take two... It's official - lightsabers actually exist! At least, that's what Harvard and MIT physicists are claiming after they stumbled upon a new molecule that behaves exactly like them. Let's face it, 'Star Wars' fans - we ...
Yahoo Movies · 9/28/2013