# Generating of light/energy from the dissassemblement of molecular bonds

1. Dec 2, 2003

### wunderkind

Is it possible to transform organic matter into light, by breaking the molecular structure, then re-asssemble it into its' original form? Is it possible to transform kinetic energy into light?

2. Dec 2, 2003

Staff Emeritus
Well, part of what you are talking about is called
"burning". Candles, wood. etc. are organic materials transformed into, or at least producing, light via oxidation, which involves the breaking of chemical bonds. It's the putting back together again that poses the proble, Entropy, dontcha know.

3. Dec 2, 2003

### dlgoff

Yes. An electric gererator, wires, and a light bulb.

4. Dec 21, 2003

### Edwin

Reforming energy lost to entropy

One promising avenue that may lead to technologies that regain energy lost to entropy is a subject of study in the field of non-linear optics called phase conjugation. A phase conjugate mirror is not like an ordinary mirror, in that, the mirror reflects an incoming wave such that the wave obeys what is known as the "Distortion Correction Theorum." See Dr. Beardens works in the arena of pump phase conjugate mirrors located at groups.yahoo.com/group/intalek
Below is some current work conducted on Self Pump Phase Conjugation and is stated to be the most efficient self pump phase conjugate system created yet.

Regards,

Edwin G. Schasteen

http://www.opticsexpress.org/view_file.cfm?doc=$(,O+IP &id=$(L3'J@

5. Jan 1, 2004

### dreemcacher2002

organic matter into light

duh.master self adjoint has it , as for reassembling it ,look to nature. energy is never at rest, it is either being used(transformed) or not .although natural regeneration of energy is time consuming, oh you want it " NOW ".