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“It was strange, in a way, because there were no ideas involved in the laser that weren’t already known by somebody 25 years before lasers were discovered.

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Stem

Charles Hard Townes (1915 - 2015)

Charles Hard Townes, one of the winners of the 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics for developing the laser and a pivotal player in astronomy and reconciling science and religion, has died at the age of 99 after a brief illness. 1,072 more words

For The Benefit Of Mankind

Sydney Festival 2015

Once again this year I attended Sydney Festival in Hyde Park. The Festival Village was set up really well and included some amazing food and drink places, and my favourite place Gelato Messina. 62 more words

Sydney

Maser | Higher Ground

Aired 10.1.15 on So Hot Right Now2SER 107.3FM

Opposite St. Mary’s Cathedral, in Hyde Park, stands Higher Ground by Dublin street artist Maser. 82 more words

Interviews

Penultimate Show of the Tour Italia - De Gusto - Maser

Along the motor way until my course finds me travelling down dirt roads surrounded by enormous ancient looking buildings.

I felt I had dived headlong into someplace rural but also defined by something else. 379 more words

On The Road

Video: 11 urban artists for U2 Films of Innocence

Following U2 ‘s initial release  Songs of Innocence, a video project called Films of Innocence involving 11 international urban artists is due out digitally on December 9 through… 63 more words

Videos

Steampunk laser or maser, anyone?

In the steampunk genre, I was wondering if some kind of steam powered death ray could be done. After a couple of search on google, here’s what I found. 80 more words

Fiction