The Lightsabers Of Star Wars - Deepstash
The Lightsabers Of Star Wars

The Lightsabers Of Star Wars

The fictional Lightsabers are technically laser beams, which have diverse usage at low watts, like scanning UPCs, mapping buildings, remote sensing of the ozone layer or carbon dioxide levels.

Industrial lasers can burn and cut as well but have bulky power supplies, unsuitable for a lightsaber fight.

8

STASHED IN:

11

MORE IDEAS FROM Are Lightsabers Theoretically Possible?

Lightsabers are shown to strike surfaces just like a real sword, but they are made of photons with no mass, so hitting something physical, or producing a sound when striking an object is only in the fictional realm

Current technology can create a high-powered laser beam in the shape of a glowing rod made of plasma but it still would not have the practical usage, namely, the sword fights shown in the Star Wars series.

5

STASHED IN:

8

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

GET THE APP:

RELATED IDEA

Myth #5: You Should Never Work At Home

Some people working from home have a higher efficiency on time spent working and performance per minute. The employees surveyed also reported they were happier working at home. 

STASHED IN:

146

Self Reliance

If you’re waiting for someone to give you the right training to change your job or do something radically different in life you will wait forever. 

It’s up to you to train yourself. It’s the only way to learn anything. So make the time for it.

223

STASHED IN:

7.51K

STASHED IN:

0 Comments

Are there people without feelings?

Although it’s pretty common to hear someone tell another person that they have no feelings, it’s important to remember that that isn’t true. Imagine a person who has no feelings whatsoever, who’s incapable of experiencing love, fear, sadness, shame, or happiness; these people simply wouldn’t be human.

Everyone has feelings and emotions; being able to understand and express them correctly is a different matter.

11

STASHED IN:

17