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(Phys Org2)   New article discusses writing the building blocks of solar tech with lasers, something any half-assed Bond villain had mastered 50 years ago   ( phys.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Light, alpha state, room temperature, Crystal, Materials science, Laser, KU Leuven researchers, well-established commercial options  
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2017-10-03 02:17:04 PM  
So this will eventually lead to solar sharks, solar-powered sharks, sharks that can harness the power of the sun to operate their lasers as well as provide electricity to over 20,000 California homes. Deadly, solar-powered, laser-emitting electric sharks.
 
2017-10-03 06:33:12 PM  
Something almost as good as silicon happens until it cools down.

Well, that's just ...

 ... actually, that could be quite handy for something in a solar environment.
 
2017-10-03 06:43:15 PM  
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Britt Ekland didn't half-ass anything, and she certainly wasn't a villain.
 
2017-10-03 08:11:03 PM  

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Britt Ekland didn't half-ass anything, and she certainly wasn't a villain.


She was certainly FAPbI3.
 
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