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Default Re: The infamous laser that freezes?

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However, the cooling technology might just be usable to counteract certain other "infeasible" technologies, such as Paul Brown's Resonant Nuclear Battery (a.k.a. the Nucell).

As I recall, the major obstacle standing in the way of achieving an inconcievable 7500W/gram of Strontium 90 was the fact that the battery would often melt, due to the overwhelming thermal output of the device.

If a laser-cooled atom were applied in close proximity to the device -or, better yet, an array of them surrounding it- wouldn't the tendancy of temperature equalization take over and chill the surrounding air particles, thus cooling the device in the center of the array?

Could this technology be applied to computers? We already know that superconductors work best at very low temperatures; perhaps the fan technology we use now could end up being laughable ten years forward?

I see many possibilities.
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Paul M. Brown: Resonant Nuclear Battery (Nucell) ~ Beta Voltaic Effect ~ Collected papers & US Patent # 4,835,433
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Laser used to cool semiconductor ? The Register

macro scale semiconductor cooling. They chose Gallium Arsenide, sound familiar?
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