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Scientists develop 'lightsaber' molecules

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Physicists have been able to create a form of 'light-matter' reminiscent of the lightsabers in Star Wars.

The research focuses on the way in which light particles known as photons, which possess no detectable mass, interact with one another. Photons are traditionally unable to stick together so that if two lasers beams were to collide for instance they would simply pass through one another.

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Reminiscent in comparison and only produced under special conditions,so nothing like a light sabre then unless of course it makes those cool sounds when you swing it.

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So much yes, yet so much disappointment. All my childhood memories of playing Star Wars on the playground are coming back x.x

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It looks like party lights :)

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Baby steps. Kudos for trying. The problem with Lasers is they go on 'forever'. I'm sure there will be applications for this technology we haven't dreamed of :-)

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Far far away from the gravity blade tho

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Run for your lives. The next thing that's coming out is scientists trying to breed frogs with slugs to make Jabba the Hut.

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