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Everybody knows the laser – the laser is everywhere. Laser is based on light. Light that vibrates in unison, called coherence. Wouldn’t it be better, suggests Dr. Michio Kaku, if we could do that with atoms. Have an atomic laser – atoms vibrating in unison.
Albert Einstein and Satyendra Nath Bose showed in 1924, mathematically, that if you cool down a substance so it is really, really cold, all the atoms vibrate in unison, and you have a super atom. With this, you could test all the bizarre features of the quantum theory for large objects, because everything is vibrating in unison. However, Einstein didn’t believe it was possible to cool down the atoms to absolute zero (because of the third law of thermodynamics.) However, science has progressed so that atoms can be cooled to near absolute zero, and so experiments with the Bose Einstein Condensate are now starting to bear fruit.
Keywords: Michio Kaku, Physics of the Impossible, Dr Kiki, science future technology, Justin Gill, Bose, Einstein
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