August 24, 2020, ainerd
A Lightsabre for everyone – Humans can now make them!
While regularly examining plasma physics, I discovered that I was right, and now I am working on how feasible it is to use an explosive weapon and Like it’s like a lightsaber. But how does a real – real – blaster weapon compare to these weapons in terms of power, speed, range, durability and durability?
The obvious way to build a lightsaber would be to use a laser that can detect a particularly bright, direction-bound beam. Perhaps we need to learn more about lasers and how to contain them before we think about developing laser swords. We have the technology to build an absolutely real blade that looks like it is not cut, but until we have lasers that save light, there is no current way to stop the beam after a certain length.
To have a stable blade for any given time, a lightsaber would have to have an astronomical power. I would assume that if this is actually possible, a real lightsaber could have an adjustable length like Luke, with controls that are simply added to accelerate or slow the pulse.
In the distant future, we could see how combined photons are used to create interactive beams of light that function similarly to Star Wars lightsabers. I think if a game was built on the idea of a powerful lightsaber, it might work just as well as a real lightsaber. It is simply not possible to produce the power needed to make a lightsaber that fits on the handle of a sword from a single, compact cell. Today, even the world’s most modern electricity and procurement systems can no longer contain so much energy.
My best hope for an accurate lightsaber in the future is that we could learn to manipulate lasers and plasma further. The technology for a real lightsaber is certainly within the reach of modern science, but it would have to be developed, and Lucasfilm would be an ass right away. If a science fiction movie used a lightsaber and called it a “sloth sword” or something, I’m not sure what to do. M’sure they dared to behave.
If that is the solution, then it is indeed possible to make a lightsaber that does not violate the laws of physics.
When science tells us that building a real lightsaber is impossible, that hasn’t stopped inventors and hobbyists around the world from trying. The reason is that we saw in Star Wars that it seems so impossible and scientists are struggling to find ways to make light interact with other light. In the end, photonic molecules in a lightsaber may simply not be as satisfying as the lightsabers we are used to. Although plasma tubes and lasers come very close to light bulb design, they pose serious problems that make the real Galatic Empire that is emerging today even more difficult to reach.
If you visit Savi’s workshop for handmade lightsabers, you have exactly that chance. Guests can build their own lightsaber, guided by ancient wisdom and crafted from the decisions they make during their own adventure. One – collector – tells the story of how a builder has to become one with a lightsaber and how it works.
It may seem contradictory to say that a laser is the blade of a lightsaber when it is essentially a light focused on a very fine point. As Looper puts it, “Light is beyond the laser like a tree on paper,” and that says a lot, because lasers are like the blades of lightsabers when they are essentially lights that focus on fine points.
In the case of a lightsaber, the best that today’s technology could achieve would be a plasma weapon with a magnetic field, but there is still a good chance that it contains a laser. Since lightsabers have blades made of light and are therefore lighter than a traditional sword, it seems likely that the Jedi will want to treat the weapon with a well-rounded handle, as is currently being suggested. I suspect this means that we have to assume that the lightsaber can therefore cut just about anything, although that does not explain why it is able to deflect explosive bolts. A lightsaber can cut almost anything, including the crossbow, and that’s one of the reasons they were so popular in the Star Wars universe.
On the screen it looks good, but it is unrealistic to say that light could be the source of the blade, as light can only be seen if it has mass, which makes for a fairly inadequate weapon. A laser could have been an alternative, and it makes no sense to use a conductor to handle a laser sword, which, if it were a laser, would generate quite a lot of heat on its own.
The power supply of the laser is huge and must be huge to fit into the small space it is installed in. The power supply for this laser is huge and must be confined to a very small space.