The answer is negative according to http://www.mathpages.com/home/kmath528/kmath528.htm It should also be remembered that a perfectly monochromatic wave carries no information, and therefore is ...
Why are waves, the means, of information transfer over long distances, excluding difusion or contact of info stored in matter
Practical long distance communication, which does not rely on the movement of encoded configurations of matter, from source to destination(odor,books,DNA,floppy disk), always involves waves (EM, ...
We've been using EMF to transmit energy (information) for over a century. I was wondering is there any other way to send a message on long distances, even faster than EMF waves can travel? For example ...
I am having a hard time in finding out what exact light media laser shows use. I am trying to build a laser show myself. I know that the laser light is reflected off these particles in such a way that ...