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New quantum camera can photograph "Ghosts".

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By utilizing a process that Einstein famously called 'spooky' scientists have successfully caught 'ghosts' on film for the first time using quantum cameras.

The 'ghosts' captured on camera werent the kind you might first think, scientists didnt discover the wandering lost souls of our ancestors. Rather, they were able to capture images of objects from photons that never actually encountered the objects pictured. The technology has been dubbed 'ghost imaging' reports National Geographic.

Read more: http://www.mnn.com/green-tech/research-innovations/stories/new-quantum-camera-capable-of-snapping-photos-of-ghosts#ixzz3BuHAtf9S

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Quantum used

Everybody take a shot

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Actually, once you get past the "ghost photos!" nonsense, it's a fascinating thing.

Edited by Sir Wearer of Hats
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the title trolled me.

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Nothing to do with ghosts..

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very interesting :)

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Another massive fail for science reporting. You know there are going to be those credulous types that don't read past the first sentence.

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Another massive fail for science reporting. You know there are going to be those credulous types that don't read past the first sentence.

Only if you and they ignore the quotes, which seems to be happening a lot.

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Only if you and they ignore the quotes, which seems to be happening a lot.

Yep, people just don't read these things properly. But the science media should know better.

Edited by Emma_Acid

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