Light photons have a speed of 300 thousand kilometers in normal conditions. Experiments were developed by scientists to slow down the speed of light until now.
For example, when light travels through the water, the velocity slows down due to the high density of matter. In addition, scientists have already slowed down the light by using materials previously called photon crystals.
However, in a recently published article, a group of researchers at the Israeli Institute of Technology revealed that the speed of light could be reduced to zero.
According to this practice, called "extraordinary points", the light speed can be reduced to zero by turning the two variables or the light mode into a single mode.
Theoretically, if extraordinary points can be created, the light will become jammed in one mode, but the vast majority of the light will disappear in the process.
According to the article published in the journal Physical Review Letters in the American Physical Society, both the light can be stopped and this loss can be prevented by waveguides called parity-time symmetry.
Optical cabling can illustrate waveguides by transmitting telephone signals.
The wave guides can be used to regulate the light passing through them, thus ensuring that the lights balance each other.
Theoretically, this may cause the intensity of light to approach and stop the phenomenon known as the unusual point of change.