Field of Science

Making sense of a visible quantum object

Quantum mechanics predicts that nature is fundamentally uncertain. Particles are in multiple states at once; particles are here and there. As we extrapolate these properties of nature to macroscopic objects the results are counterintuitive. The counterintuitive predictions of quantum mechanics should be an observable phenomena, and indeed they are. In this talk the intuition is examined and in this paper by the same physicist, Aaron O'Connell, the physics is examined.

So I haven't been posting lately. I have been drowned in opportunities, hit by funding woes, and frankly it feels like my mind is melting. I will probably post more aggregated non-original content, like this post, but I also have lots of ideas and new things I am working on.

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