Elements S1 • E25

China’s Superintense Laser Could Create Matter From Energy





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Published on Mar 3, 2018

The Shanghai Superintense Ultrafast Laser is capable of producing 500 times the power of all the world’s electrical grids combined. Here’s what you need to know.

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