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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)

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