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Through direct observation, no, but there have been ways of inferring they're there.

Wild stuff.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casimir_effect
I guess my point was that the statement was dumb

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Can't decide if there is more idiocy in this thread or in the comments after the article in the link.

<-Nuclear Engineering senior undergrad with courses in sub atomic physics and quantum mechanics.

Relax simpletons, your existence is not in jeopardy, only your perceived intelligence if you continue to post so much drivel...
^ Proof that education does not make a person...don't worry, I'm educated too and I agree with your statement, but I do not think that you need to insult others to make your point...or maybe you wanted to show of your credentials, in which case you are just coming across very shallow
Edited by dejanh - 10/31/11 at 10:16pm
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So if it is powerful enough to do this, could this lead to the possibility of time travel? If I recall correctly, in theory enough light could bend the fabric of space time and thus allow for a method of transportation across time. Not a physicist myself so feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
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post #123 of 133
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Can't decide if there is more idiocy in this thread or in the comments after the article in the link.

<-Nuclear Engineering senior undergrad with courses in sub atomic physics and quantum mechanics.

Relax simpletons, your existence is not in jeopardy, only your perceived intelligence if you continue to post so much drivel...
Let me give you some advice for life, no matter how incredibly intelligent you are, even if you know it...

Nobody likes a dick.

Back on topic:
This is still preposterous because to my knowledge there is no efficient method for combining and focusing the energy of multiple lasers in such a manner as depicted.
 
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Nobody likes a dick.
Um...
Just shooting in the dark here.
Porn stars.
    
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Um...
Just shooting in the dark here.
Porn stars.
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Um...
Just shooting in the dark here.
Porn stars.
You got me!
 
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Um...
Just shooting in the dark here.
Porn stars.
And you would be wrong, thats their job. I dare say that they get over any real liking.
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In my estimation the the people demeaning the validity of a scientific experiment on no other grounds than their own ignorance are, as you so eloquently put "dick"s.

I reference my education as a means to lend credence to my opinions. I'll take responsibility for not giving my thoughts as to why all the sensationalist statements being made are drivel, however I have better things to do with my time. I don't have problems with the posts that are quite obviously being made in jest, ie Death Star or Ghostbusters references, but I don't have the energy to refute statements like
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What if it opens up a black hole and we get sucked through to a less welcoming environment?
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Haven't the clowns who are advocating this ever heard of "primum non nocere"? How can they assure us that . . . oh well, there were some who thought the A-bomb might set the Earth's atmosphere on fire, too. But then there was a war that had to be won. What 's the big rush on this one? What's to be gained by knowing whatever it is they think they'll find out?
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Well, our governments seem to be ripping the world apart economically, so hey, why not go the whole hog and spend money we don't have on ripping apart the whole universe?
Even copying and pasting that nonsense makes me weary of mind.

Calling the people simpletons who make some seriously ignorant comments (again, excluding the jokesters) was a sarcasm laden statement that should be interpreted as "Why are you commenting on something you so clearly don't understand the principles of, let alone understand why man strives for the unknown and what great advances come from pushing the bounds of our own perception."

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Back on topic:
This is still preposterous because to my knowledge there is no efficient method for combining and focusing the energy of multiple lasers in such a manner as depicted.
Do you have advanced knowledge of photonics? What exactly makes this preposterous? Have you ever heard of a converging lens for instance? Do you know what a magnifying glass does? Let's go ahead and lump you in with the others who believe their own shortsightedness makes them qualified to comment.

And while your advice may be sound, I've no need for morality cop in an anonymous environments such as these.
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Do you have advanced knowledge of photonics? What exactly makes this preposterous? Have you ever heard of a converging lens for instance? Do you know what a magnifying glass does? Let's go ahead and lump you in with the others who believe their own shortsightedness makes them qualified to comment.
Is the news agency reporting this to an audience that has 'an advanced knowledge' of photonics? Is a converging lens present in the diagram? Let's go ahead and 'lump you in' with the others who believe their expansive knowledge regarding the topic at hand gives them the authority to bash them for not knowing everything you do. Oh wait, there are no others hear to do 'lump' you with, because most people on OCN aren't dicks.
 
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In my estimation the the people demeaning the validity of a scientific experiment on no other grounds than their own ignorance are, as you so eloquently put "dick"s.

I reference my education as a means to lend credence to my opinions. I'll take responsibility for not giving my thoughts as to why all the sensationalist statements being made are drivel, however I have better things to do with my time. I don't have problems with the posts that are quite obviously being made in jest, ie Death Star or Ghostbusters references, but I don't have the energy to refute statements like or or
Even copying and pasting that nonsense makes me weary of mind.

Calling the people simpletons who make some seriously ignorant comments (again, excluding the jokesters) was a sarcasm laden statement that should be interpreted as "Why are you commenting on something you so clearly don't understand the principles of, let alone understand why man strives for the unknown and what great advances come from pushing the bounds of our own perception."



Do you have advanced knowledge of photonics? What exactly makes this preposterous? Have you ever heard of a converging lens for instance? Do you know what a magnifying glass does? Let's go ahead and lump you in with the others who believe their own shortsightedness makes them qualified to comment.

And while your advice may be sound, I've no need for morality cop in an anonymous environments such as these.
Because there's a variance of maturity and education throughout any population. And people also like joking around (I mean, come on, it DOES resemble the death star's primary weapon...).

Flaunting one's education (especially without offering any constructive information in the process) lacks tact. It doesn't make what you said wrong, but it's tactless--that's the issue most would have with it.

Not everyone knows or understands principles behind the postulated experiments in the news article. Do you? Did you always?
    
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