Subject: Can we fit all the photons in the universe on the head of a pin?
Date: Thu Mar 22 16:41:08 2001
Posted by Dick Mills
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: No school entered.
City: West Charlton State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
I read that we can put an unlimited number of signals into a single glass
fiber, separated by frequency, because photons don't interact with each other.
I wonder if there isn't some upper limit. Are there relativistic effects?
Would we create a black hole?
Re: Can we fit all the photons in the universe on the head of a pin?
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