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“She smiled back and started up the engine, gave a half-wave to the friendly fellow, and pulled back onto the highway.”
“Not necessary at all – anything that allows the body to appear as a sink for the RF energy will do – but I imagine that if you were to approximate a half-wave dipole with ground plane, you could get a better quality injury with a given level of power available.”
“The results proved that a single electron could escape during a half-wave of the infrared laser, fleeing in less than 400 attoseconds – an unimaginably short time.”
“Bye," Robert dropped his hand from the half-wave he was giving to her retreating back and turned.”
“Peter leaned back, holding his hand off the table in a tentative half-wave.”
“I stood for another minute, shifting from foot to foot, and then I raised my hand as if waving, raised it in a half-wave, then dropped it, foolish.”
“But that is not what happens when a photon passes through a half-wave plate!”
“Maybe the question I asked in #20 is pertinent since half-wave plates interact with transiting photons in a peculiar way.”
“In some other comments around, I explained how we might circumvent that restriction by using the accumulation of angular momentum: Keep reflecting a photon around with mirrors, sending it through the same half-wave plate over and over (re-flipped by a second HWP if needed.)”
“I love when people half-wave from the other side of the street, because the blur of my purple stretch capris looks a little too much like their friends', and then their sheepish smile when they realize that I am just another stranger out for a jaunt.”
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