CLICK HERE TO LISTEN:
1st Hour: RAMAN TECHNOLOGY: Its Basic Technique, Methods and Use in Various Applied Focal Systems
2nd Hour: Discussion of Collaborative Research on Amber, Ancient Proteins, Breast Implants, Yamato Shinjo and Far Infrared Treated Water
When considering the greatest inventions of the 20th century, most conversations will steer towards the microchip and television, but special consideration must be given to the laser. An amazing piece of technology, the laser has more applications than one could possibly name. Just as diamonds are forever, a laser is an optical device that creates a beam that continues in one direction until it is reflected off of another surface. Depending on the strength of the beam, its uses vary, from reading compact discs to bloodless surgeries and theoretically, as a weapon to knock the living daylights out of someone. But despite its global usage, to scientists, the world is not enough, and lasers are being used in new and interesting ways on a molecular level.