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lol wireless energy it would be awesome..
"sup dawg, wait how the hell are you using that chainsaw without benzine.
yo dawg, we have wireless energy now" as its almost impossible to use batteries.
XD
they have invited phones that charge using radio waves in the air.
    
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Or, Mister Doomsday I am, a protective coating for ICBMs that renders them immune to laser-based defenses.

WE ALL DOOMED.
It converts (most of) the laser into heat. A standard metal tube will do the same, but slower. It would make missiles more vulnerable to lasers.



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99.4% effective in absorbing the laser? thats not effective at all, that .6% of data will be lost and cpu may not reading the information right due to missing 0s and 1s from that .6%

Unless researcher able to make it 100% or do something about that .6%, then we can move on with laser OCing
Your RAM does the same thing. Sometimes it might read 94% of the voltage that is defined as "1", but still call it a 1.


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It isn't 99.4% of the data, it's 99.4% of the ENERGY....
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Beat me to it. I was going to say the same thing.
Exactly.



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Could it be used for wireless power transfer?
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Absolutely... the efficiency of this is pretty high. However, the question changes... how efficient are the methods used in generating the beam and converting the heat back to electricity? Hmm... I'm sure an engineering geek will chime in, if they haven't already.
I think you'd lose significant energy by light dissipating into the atmosphere. A magnetic field recycles energy, but a laser just spews it out and never gets any unused portion back. How you generate the beam would make a big difference in efficiency as well. I have no idea how much energy is required to operate a laser.
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so i will HAVE to do cable management. great.
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Gasoline/oil/coal = chemical energy
Nuclear energy = fusion
Photovoltaic panels = Sunlight (UV) photo = light , voltaic = electrical
Just so you know Nuclear energy currently does not use fusion, it uses fission, its weaker sibling. If somehow we manage cold fusion that will actually use fusion (more powerful) rather than fission.

just saying..
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