Here at GOODSTUFF’S Carbon Offset Marketplace and Exchange (G-COME) are expanding our services to better serve our blogging friends. We are creating a new space age cryptocurrency, GoodBit!
Artificial Constructs - There are non-physical structures to many things in life that the human can recognize through reasoning. the structures (the constructs) are not physically real, and yet they exist. Logic and philosophy rely on a lot of artificial constructs, ways of defining things that arise only through thought and have no real physical existence.
Brian Robson and the R and D team six at G-COME are challenging the conventional wisdom about light, and they didn't need the force or to travel to a galaxy far far away to do it. They have managed to coax photons into binding together to form molecules! "Most of the properties of light we know about originate from the fact that photons are massless, and that they do not interact with each other," Brian said. "What we have done is create a special type of medium in which photons interact with each other so strongly that they begin to act as though they have mass, and they bind together to form molecules."
Lindsay Mills at G-come was able "acquire" the ability to move single atoms. This was crucial to G-Come's research in the field of atomic-scale memory. Now the G-Come team has the skills to build the world's smallest cryptocurrency, made of just twelve atoms.
GoodBits are a rather wily and slippery cryptocurrency, to say the least. However, Katy Anders and her team have made a major breakthrough in quantum memory storage by converting light coherence into atomic coherences. They did so by using a quantum interference effect that makes an opaque medium, in this case a crystal. By using a process called electromagnetically induced transparency. Therefore, G-come does not need to use Mexico's Cueva de los Cristales (Cave of Crystals) to store the Goodbits activity. Just a small belly button crystal is being used to store all the Goodbit transactions