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quantum linked photons create 3d nanocircuits

there are now quantum linked cameras that immanentize photons at an image plane defined with a distant form We use these to create microareas of 3d crystallization at a bulk supersaturated fluid or colloid to create crystal growth at the interior of an object; growing two or three different shapes of crystals at different crystallization rates creates circuits
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you have watched those videos of sodium acetate crystallization where an arcing form spreads through a fluid now visualize a fluid that supports two or three different crystal shapes simultaneously

you could get the crystals to form with light beams or holograms building up an image like a 3d printer yet there is a better way

photon teleportation

you can photoncast a 3d pattern of photons nto the fluid to create a wide variety of precisely spaced crystal seed points that grow at predictable rates you could use different frequencies of light to create different shapes that grew at different rates to make structures

The link is to a quantum linked photon camera where "If the first photon stops at one point on the object plane, the second photon can only be observed at the corresponding point on the image plane," thus 3d photoncasting of seed crystals is a way to build nanostructures

its a big nanoassembler

beanangel, Apr 28 2010

with quantum linked photons If the first photon stops at one point on the object plane, the second photon can only be observed at the corresponding point on the image plane http://www.newscien...d=online-news_rss20
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