Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, Feb 8, 2007.
That's really cool, and something I heard they were trying to do a while back but never heard anything more about. Now I'm just paranoid they'll rip a hole in the universe or something.
Wow. Coolest thing ever.
The way of the future! Light Memory sticks would be cool to have around.
At last! Now maybe we can get a true solar-powered flashlight!
I am really amazed!
Thats awesome!!! Gee soon we'll be saying beam me up Scotty!
First mini self contained black holes now this. Science is cool
Can't believe they pulled it off, talk about a major step in human & science evolution , this is it
Could this be the first step into warping or beaming someone up. Wonder how this works with flesh & bone.
Can almost picture people 30-100 years from now telling their grandkids that humans used to go up in space in rockets.
Gene Roddenberry keep proving to be a good predicter of the future
Teleportation this ain't. But for optical communications, this is a friggin' revolution. Finally the data can be STORED in light, not just transmitted.
Wow ... the implications of this are pretty big.
Now we can go around beaming our porn folders to each other.
Almost reminds me of
One step closer to have Tron Light Cycles....
Oh great, now another reason to jack up my internet prices. damnit. And I thought it was gonna get cheaper. Qu/\ntum Hack3r \/\/ /\ $ h3r3.
i love it when a plan comes together.
I recently saw a documentary about that. To get every molecule of a human back in the right place, you would need to have so much supercomputers that it would fill the entire milky way or the solar system, can't remember which.
Well, around 40 years ago, you needed a building full of computers to do far less than what a typical cell phone can do today, so who knows what we'll have in another 40 years.
So, what practical solutions and uses can we use in everyday life with this discovery?
In 20-30 years will this be the new method of transmitting data and video to the consumer? Or do you think it will be too costly of a process to ever be practical for mass usage?
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