…..ci despre alta afirmatie biblica : „El intinde miazanoaptea asupra golului, si spanzura pamantul pe nimic. (Iov.26:7)
Oamenii de stiinta au aflat ce este acest nimic si iata de ce s-au apucat!
Ei vor acum sa acumuleze puterea necesara pentru a separa nimicul cu ajutorul luminii !
Este clar ca traim intr-o vreme asemanatoare cu aceea in care a trait Noe, cand „Domnul a vazut ca rautatea omului era mare pe pamant si ca toate intocmirile gandurilor din inima lui erau indreptate in fiecare zi numai spre rau.” (Fac.6:5) In articolul pe care l-am citit in aceasta dimineata se spune ca pentru a dezvolta doar o mica parte din puterea necesara pentru a separa si a pune in evidenta componentele vidului este nevoie de toata energia electrica utilizata intr-o secunda in toate retelele de consum de electricitate de pe tot pamantul . Deci, daca oamenii sunt pe cale sa produca asa de multa energie, de ce vor s-o foloseasca in scopuri contrare bunului mers al societatii ?
Ma gandesc la haosul ce se poate sa se instaureze in momentul cand omul va ajunge sa rupa acele legaturi intre atomii care formeaza nimicul= vidul care tine in stabilitate locuinta data de Dumnezeu noua, oamenilor .
Superpowered Chinese Lasers Could Soon Rip Open Raw Vacuum
By Rafi Letzter, Staff Writer | January 29, 2018 05:06pm ET
Credit: Michal Steflovic | Shutterstock.com
Physicists are getting close to building lasers powerful enough to rip matter out of a vacuum.
According to a report published Jan. 24 in the journal Science, a team of Chinese scientists is getting ready to start construction this year on a 100-petawatt laser in Shanghai known as the Station of Extreme Light, or SEL. That puts them at the front of a wide field of scientists around the world who are working to realize a prediction published in the journal Physical Review Letters in 2010 by a team of American and French physicists that a sufficiently powerful laser could cause electrons to appear out of a vacuum.
It might seem weird to imagine that electrons could appear out of empty space. But it makes a lot more sense in light of a strange claim of quantum electrodynamics: „Empty” space isn’t empty at all, but rather is made up of densely packed pairs of matter and antimatter. Those pairs tightly fill up the gaps between everything, quantum electrodynamics states — they just don’t interact in any noticeable way with the rest of the universe, because they cancel one another out. [The 18 Biggest Unsolved Mysteries in Physics]
So it’s easier to consider that the Chinese laser won’t so much create matter, as cause it to enter the world humans can perceive. Its powerful pulses of energy will cause electrons to separate from their antimatter twins, positrons, in ways researchers can detect.
Building a laser powerful enough to do this, though, is a difficult (and expensive) technical challenge. One hundred petawatts, as Science reported, is about 10,000 times more energy than there is in all the world’s electrical grids combined.
A smaller Chinese laser, the Shanghai Superintense Ultrafast Laser Facility, could achieve 10 petawatts by the end of this year. (That’s 1,000 times the power of all the world’s grids.) So how can lasers reach these enormous power levels?
As the authors of the report in the journal Science explained, power is a function of two things: energy and time. Release a joule of energy over the course of 1 second, and that’s 1 watt. Release a joule over the course of 1 hour, and that’s just 0.28 milliwatts (28 hundred-thousandths of a watt). But release that joule in just 1-millionth of a second, and that’s 1 million watts, or 1 megawatt.
All superpowered lasers rely in some way or another on releasing large amounts of energy over short periods of time, amplifying it and bending the beams such that all of that energy arrives at its target over the course of an even shorter period of time, the Science article reported.
By 2023, the SEL could strike targets just 3 micrometers (3-millionths of a meter, or the width of an E. coli bacterium) across with 100 petawatts of power, according to the report in Science.
For more technical details on how that laser would work, how other laser projects around the world compare and why the U.S. lags so far behind, check out Science’s full report.
Originally published on Live Science.
Ce am citit in ultima pagina a acestui articol n-a determinat sa scriu concluzia despre dezastrul ce poate fi provocat cu superlaserul chinezesc :
„Farthest Recorded Explosion
Gamma ray bursts are the most powerful explosions known in the universe. The light from the most distant gamma ray burst seen yet, dubbed GRB 090423, reached our world even from about 13 billion light-years away this year. That explosion, which lasted just a little more than a second, released roughly 100 times more energy than our sun will release in its entire 10 billion year lifetime. It likely originated from a dying star 30 to 100 times larger than the sun.
Oh, and …
Honorable Mention: The Big Bang
The universe was born in the Big Bang, theorists say. Although it is often thought of as an explosion — perhaps because of its very name — it actually wasn’t. In the very beginning, the universe was super-hot and extraordinarily dense. The common misconception is that the universe then exploded out from a single, central point into space. The reality appears to be much stranger — instead, the fabric of space itself seems to have stretched, and as it expanded it carried galaxies along with it like raisins in a rising loaf of bread.”