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Light can break Newton's third law - by cheating [News]
posted October 16 2013 6:41.50 by spic0m




Ever since the late 17th century, it's been understood that to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That's Newton's Third Law of Motion. But a group of German scientists recently came up with a trick that appears to break that law, one that lets light accelerate all by itself. And it could bring us faster electronics in the process.

[Link: newscientist]
 
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