In MIT created a new form of light




If you conduct a small experiment and cross the rays of two flashlights, you will find that nothing will happen (unless, of course, the increased brightness is considered). This is explained by the fact that photons of light do not interact with each other, but rather pass through each other like ghosts. But what if it were not so and the particles of light, like ordinary atoms, could be attracted and repelled from each other? It is possible that in this case the light rays of each other complemented, merging into a single powerful luminous flux


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