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Has anyone designed an Optical Oscillator yet?


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#1 Russ Maughan

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Posted 01 April 2015 - 08:00 PM

I'm way behing the times on darkroom tech. I've thought about it. Wondered what analog programming code would be like, at lightspeed.

#2 Russ Maughan

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Posted 02 April 2015 - 12:55 AM

rubidium cloud stores the photon so should be a simple matter?


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Posted 01 March 2016 - 09:52 AM

"Has anyone designed an Optical Oscillator yet?"


Yes it is called a LASER, the optical cavity formed by the two mirror is the feedback, the lasing media is the amplification device. Amplification + positive feedback = oscillation.



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Posted 25 March 2016 - 10:31 PM

Lasers, as described. also consider a gas laser calming after a few minutes to highly defined linear output, prior to that emergent effects are causing variations at the light going back n forth through the gas at the laser.  blop bloop bloooooop bloooooooooop [bl] oooooooooooooooooooo [p] the longer the continuous homogenous ooooooooooo the more linear the laser output, before that though lasing effects the lasing medium while the light continually retroreflects thus that is a emergent effect oscillator.


this is just nifty to think about there are numerous simpler optical oscillators to contemplate (ugh) michelson morely from 20th century AD.  the loop was actually far enough that a physical rotator could be the circuit size, now it is possible they do michelson morely equivalent on a lab optical bench at college physics lab, so that is an optical oscillator size.


phtons are published as being able to do retrocausal things with the delayed ch quantum eraser experiment.  There are also peer reviewed physicis chronomodulators like the van stockum chronomodulating tube.  It is possible a sufficiently long tube could be like a torus, with noncommunicating sides.  Do you think it is possible that the van stockum chronotechnology (wikipedia) if translated as a rotating torus rather than a tube could have a length such that the light as well as the chronoeffects are of different than lightcone length?


         if no, then this is a finite sized van stockum chronotechnology

         if you think that photons on one side of the tours, even though they are beyond a lightcone distance effect the far side of the

           torus then is this a quantum linked photon chronotechnology?  what would it do?


when you think of an oscillator it varies with chronomoments, what if you cary the chronomoments with delayed quantum ch eraser with feedback or feedforwards at a "stationary" laser pulse beep beep beep the chronoprogression rather than the laser.  What does that do?



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