The physics of our universe is far stranger than science fiction.
“This is a new phase of matter, period.”
Resolving two quantum systems with opposite notions of time can reveal the true nature of time.
The scientists were able to concentrate light down to less than a billionth of a meter.
From billiard balls to plum pudding to “probability clouds”—our understanding of the atom has changed a great deal over the course of history, and will likely continue to evolve along with the technology we use to study it. Here’s a quick recap of the past 2,500 years of atomic theory.
You can be excited and unexcited about it, at the same time!
A new step toward hacker-proofing the world.
In a new paper, a Stanford theoretical physicist shows that there may be a way to link general relativity and quantum mechanics.
It seems they did "the impossible."
Want to send a secret message? You need to enter the quantum world.
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