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Encyclopedia > Lene Hau

Lene Vestergaard Hau (born Vejle, Denmark November 13, 1959) is a Danish physicist. In 1999, she led a team from Harvard University who succeeded in slowing a light beam to about 17 metres per second, and, in 2001, was able to momentarily stop a beam.

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Lene Hau Chess (1164 words)
Lene Hau Chess and Falling Off are obviously closely related, and both were found by thinking about unusual ways to have multiple pieces on the same square; but in fact, they also explore different kinds of momentum.
Lene Hau Chess and Falling Off are obviously closely related, but they provide a strong contrast.
The theme of Lene Hau Chess is controlling multiple pieces that are moving at the same time, and I believe that I can safely declare the game to be good, interesting, and playable without the need of extensive playtesting.
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