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One Trillion Frames Per Second - Watching Light Itself In Slow Motion

 
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Whoa, I think I just had an orgasm...
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Pre-mature as usual...
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They can create a camera that takes 10^12 pictures per second, but can't remove the wrapper on the cola bottle.

lmao

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Fucking product placement. Ruins everything.
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this
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Not only can you watch light in slow motion, not only can you see relativistic effects in the ripples of the light, but you can even apply this technology to scan objects in three dimensions from around a corner with no direct line of sight!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


and using a coke bottle of course.....science and advertising shouldn't be mixed....corporatocracy

ps - photons don't even exist...just like all that quantum physics shite....made up so that scientists look clever. I just hope I see all this crap disproved before I die.
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Very cool, BUT I see a huge Military application here. Laser satellites to broadcast wide spectrum lasers at the oceans surface to image submarines. There will be no place to hide for a sub once this is weaponized. This is truly star wars technology.
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They already have it, I know.... I worked on it....
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Very cool, BUT I see a huge Military application here. Laser satellites to broadcast wide spectrum lasers at the oceans surface to image submarines. There will be no place to hide for a sub once this is weaponized. This is truly star wars technology.
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They already have it, I know.... I worked on it....
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Its not satellite based though, it was aircraft based.
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Fucking product placement. Ruins everything.
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this
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when do we get to watch the year and half long movie then?
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wow

ground breaking stuff
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Not really... It is not a 1,000,000,000,000 frame per second camera!!!!

It's a clever algorithm of exposures done over and over and over with the light comming on and off over and over and over.

After compiling the exposures they make what seems like a trillion frame per second exposure.

It is ground breaking - to a degree. We can't implement this except in a very very controlled environment so good luck trying to observe other facets of light in the universe with this.
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Yeah it takes weeks for Happy Snaps to return my holiday photos.
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how much coca-cola paid them ? lol
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They were going to use Pepsi but they slow motion gave too good a shot of the screaming baby souls.


Oh that's quite dark isn't it.
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Wow. Thanks for sharing this
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I wonder who sponsored this? yeahsure

Really interesting video besides that.
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As he states at the end of the video:

"The next dimension.....

(being Money, Money, More Money and ...... Money)

....It's about time."


ohyeah


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Awesome
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Amazing!!
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Awesome, thanks for this post!
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Not only can you watch light in slow motion, not only can you see relativistic effects in the ripples of the light, but you can even apply this technology to scan objects in three dimensions from around a corner with no direct line of sight!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


hmmm, seems like a cheap way of doing things that cost a lot of money...and that's why this will disappear and the news will pretend like it didn't happen. 10 years from now, they will show it again, people will get excited and then it will disappear again. welcome to slavery
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Thanks for the pins!
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you cannot "watch" light itself. What a ridiculous thread title.

What they are filming in slow-mo is not light itself, but the effects of light exposure on a viscous material.

The only thing this video is showing in slow motion is the spreading effect of a beam of light across a viscous medium (tap water). You are not seeing a 'bullet' of light 'traveling' in there, you are seeing a beam of light lighting up the interior of a water bottle during the fast flick of the switch of some laser equipment between ON and OFF. There is a delay produced by the mechanical properties of the light source apparatus that creates the effect; it is not that light itself is 'moving'.

The effect I'm talking about is no diferent than watching a potent laser beam drilling thru a thick metal plate. Is the laser light moving in slow motion? No, it's just meeting resistance to flow through the material. The tip of the beam is obviously brighter, because it's burning up the particles of the substrate, and so it appears to us that there is a 'bullet' going from point A to B, when in fact there is only a beam extending from A to B at different levels of exposure.

and that laser picture is a fucking JOKE.

for all practical effects the speed of light is infinite. We cannot see light itself. We can only see the results of light striking an object.

more 'pop' science stupidity for the gullible
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Not only can you watch light in slow motion, not only can you see relativistic effects in the ripples of the light, but you can even apply this technology to scan objects in three dimensions from around a corner with no direct line of sight!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Solar Application..use it to view the Sun in different Wavelengths..OMG.

Jizzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
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The energy that makes all things must be light or light must be made of the same thing if the parameters are lighter/darker/bigger/smaller/denser/ghostlike
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Fuck you astro, you particle theory old school nasa fucking shill motherfucker.
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Whoa, I think I just had an orgasm...
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I must have missed the farm animals.

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