Latest By

Artificial Intelligence
Data Storage
Input Devices
Living Space
Space Tech
Virtual Person


Comments on Light Captured In A Crystal
Normally speedy light stopped for a full second in a crystal by Australian researchers. (Read the complete story)

"I seem to remember J.G. Ballard also writing something about houses equiped with slow glass windows back in 60's or 70's."
( 9/18/2005 7:14:02 PM)
"light is confracted with compressed energy"
(bobobob 9/19/2005 8:38:14 AM)
"I Will be laughing when they make quantum computers."
(Pheonix 9/20/2005 12:07:25 PM)
"Simply fascinating.. "
(Mitchell Brown 9/23/2005 3:01:34 PM)
"Wow, they broke the laws of physics. I wonder if the police will come after them!"
( 9/24/2005 9:08:28 AM)
"i wish i could work with these guys and using a relative of this technique, use it in intergalactic space/time travel :) TJ"
( 10/5/2005 6:00:12 PM)
"Indians have known for centuries that Light indeed can be trapped for several decades and even centuries.The effect of light capture is astonishing- once it gets out it will contain enormous information which then can be transferred at fast pace.Gues where exactly this takes place- yoga has this priniciple in Mind!! "
(Meerutvasi 10/7/2005 3:49:29 AM)
"that last comment was totally insane"
( 11/5/2005 7:57:37 PM)

Get more information on Light Captured In A Crystal

Leave a comment:

Tediously, spammers have returned; if you have a comment, send it to bill at this site (include the story name) and I'll post it.






More Articles

ESTHER Tennis Robot V. Fact (1934) And Fiction (1952)
'THE red tennis robot scooted desperately across the court...'

Japan's LignoSat Space Wood Satellite And Dan Simmons' Treeship
'The Consul remembered his first glimpse of the kilometer-long treeship...'

Skyline Robotics Instantiates Heinlein's 'Window Willie' Skyscraper Robot
'Do you know what window washing used to cost by the hour?'

Drone Bombings In Moscow Foreseen 100 Years Ago
'Once the target is confirmed, it uses an IR laser to send a coded signal back to the parent, clearing it to attack.'

I Didn't Know You Can Already Buy Flesh Putty
'I filled your bullet hole with flesh putty and the lattice.'

'A Sign in Space' Gives Practice In Decoding ET Messages
'... it will be easy to form an alphabet which shall enable us to converse with the inhabitants of the moon.'

Melting Permafrost Endangers Infrastructure
'From the tower's huge octagonal base radiate wide silvery strips...'

EELS Exobiology Extant Life Surveyor For Enceladus
'It was about five feet long... a black bullet head and red camera eyes.'

Lazy Lawyer's Trust In ChatGPT Misplaced
'The Law Society has strict rules on the use of pseudo-intelligent software...'

Paradromics Implant FDA 'Breakthrough Device'
'I used my implant to tell MILLIE what we wanted...'

Mice, At Least, Can Sober Up Quickly
'Then draw some aldodote-vitamin pills from the medic.'

Is It Time For Lunar Farside Telescopes?
'Mount Ambarzumian Observatory, on Farside.'

Spaceflight Vertigo Solved By NASA Releasing The Kraken
"I threw up in my helmet."

TM-62 Loitering Ground Landmine
Runaway movie comes to life!

Helpful Robots In Science Fiction
'If you douse me again... I'm donating you to a city college.'

Lunar Pogo Stick - Retro Technovelgy From 1968
'Lucky touched the leap knob...'

MIT And Rice Create Blade Runner Photo Analysis
Rick Deckard, your photo analysis is ready.

SayCan with PaLM - Google's Robot Helper
The older I get, the more interested I am in helpful robots.

Real-Life Mind-Reading With MRI
'So you see, you can hide nothing from me. I am about to know you better than anyone has ever known you.'

Whisper Aero Ultraquiet Electric Aviation
'A white electric plane approached at great speed...'

Home | Glossary | Invention Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | FAQ | Advertise | - where science meets fiction™

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.