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Australian Physicists Might Have Made Lightsabers A Reality

Science fiction tales often contain technology which is just a step ahead of current capabilities. Sometimes these predicted fictional technologies become reality. Luckily for Star Wars geeks (like yours truly), a team of physicists from Australian National University (ANU) have made a discovery that puts the lightsaber...
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