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Submission + - Erasing time using a temporal hole (physorg.com)

kodiaktau writes: Scientists at Cornell have worked to create a demonstration backing Imperial College's work on temporal holes. The concept uses a split-time lens to interrupt an optical pulse, effectively bending the light and making the pulse curve around a dead-zone. A second splitter reverses the action. This means that data run between the splitters is effectively erased.
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Erasing time using a temporal hole

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