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An Army of Stormtroopers Became Santa's Little Helpers While Putting Up a Christmas Tree

When it comes to decorating, it's best to let the professionals handle it. That's why Reddit user Kyle Shearrer let an army of Stormtroopers assemble his Christmas tree this year. It looks like they did a pretty great job, although they did have to call in some help at the end.

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May the fourth be with you, Fandom! I know what you're thinking; "fruitcake" must be code for something, this has got to be going down a weird and horrible path I can't follow (+10 internets if you see what I did there). Unfortunately, this story is just as advertised: Jar Jar Binks bakes a fruitcake and it's extra yummysa, even to Anakin, who is normally not a fan of fruitcake. Sadly, there's no recipe for "Grandma Gungan's Extra Yummysa Fruitcake," but there is a link to the full story in the Via below.

Happy Star Wars Day! Honor the Jedi within by checking out our Star Wars-themed Cheezburger site!

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Take a look at what's left of the Empire in the beginning of this trailer. 'The First Order' will take up where the Emporer left off, approximatly 30 years after the Ewoks took down that shield generator on the forest moon of Endor.

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From MNN

To the dismay of "Star Wars" fans everywhere, physicists have long cried foul about the science of building real-life lightsabers. According to conventional physics, photons don't behave like regular particles of matter. They are massless particles, and can't interact with one another. It's therefore impossible to build anything out of light with a solid structure, such as a lightsaber.

But a breakthrough new discovery from researchers at the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms could change everything, according to phys.org (link provided below). They have discovered how to make individual photons interact and bind together into molecular structures. Not only does this represent a whole new state of matter, but these light molecules can potentially be shaped to form solid structures — in other words, lightsabers!

-Phys.org