Quantum Phase: Time, Parallel Realities and The Brain. 9th June 2015 By Brendan D.
Murphy Guest Writer for Wake Up World The ‘Many Worlds’ Theory The eminent physicist and co-founder of string theory, Michio Kaku, has actually said: “[I]f you have a radio in your living room… and you have all frequencies in your living room; BBC, Radio Moscow, ABC, but your radio is tuned to one frequency — you’re decohered from all the other frequencies.
Not long ago, almost anyone who uttered such a sentiment would have been dismissed by many as “New Age-y,” “flaky,” and so on, but it is no longer feasible to use such convenient rationalizations with physicists of Kaku’s credibility speaking as a clairvoyant or mystic might. Intuitives have long used the terms vibration and frequency to describe what they see and feel, but only now is it becoming quite apparent how prescient their vernacular actually was even before the advent of quantum physics. Such “tuning in” yields what we myopically call ESP. String theorists and cyberneticians rejoice. *Quantum Physics* Welcome To The Matrix.
Physicists Smash Record For Wave-Particle Duality — The Physics arXiv Blog. One of the central concepts of quantum mechanics is wave-particle duality—that all objects can be thought of as either a wave or as a particle.
That’s hard, if not impossible, to imagine. But it’s trivial to demonstrate in a school laboratory. In the famous double slit experiment, a beam of particles such as electrons, travels through a double slit and then hits a screen behind where the arrival of each electron is recorded at a specific point on the screen. But while each electron arrives like a particle, many electrons together create an interference pattern that can only be explained if the electrons also behave like waves. These waves become superposed and so interfere. Quantum Experiment Shows How Time ‘Emerges’ from Entanglement — The Physics arXiv Blog.
Quantum Experiment Shows How Time ‘Emerges’ from Entanglement — The Physics arXiv Blog. Quantum Enigma » Notable Quotes on Quantum Physics. Although he agreed it worked perfectly, Einstein was never happy with quantum theory because it denied a reality of things when they were not being observed.
[I can't accept quantum mechanics because] "I like to think the moon is there even if I am not looking at it. "Albert Einstein "[T]he atoms or elementary particles themselves are not real; they form a world of potentialities or possibilities rather than one of things or facts. "Werner Heisenberg But Heisenberg went on to insist that these philosophical issues raised by quantum mechanics applied to the big as well as the small. "Whether we electrons, light quanta, benzol molecules, or stones, we shall always come up against these two characteristics, the corpuscular and the undular.
" "Anyone not shocked by quantum mechanics has not yet understood it. " "Observations not only disturb what is to be measured, they produce it. " Double Slit Experiment explained! by Jim Al-Khalili. This Will Mindfuck You: The Double-Slit Experiment. Scientists Discover a Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics - Wired Science. Physicists reported this week the discovery of a jewel-like geometric object that dramatically simplifies calculations of particle interactions and challenges the notion that space and time are fundamental components of reality.
“This is completely new and very much simpler than anything that has been done before,” said Andrew Hodges, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University who has been following the work. The revelation that particle interactions, the most basic events in nature, may be consequences of geometry significantly advances a decades-long effort to reformulate quantum field theory, the body of laws describing elementary particles and their interactions. Jim Al-Khalili - Quantum Life: How Physics Can Revolutionise Biology. Digital Physics Argument for God's Existence. The Holographic Universe (Part One) The Dalai Lama and Quantum Physics 2/6. The Dalai Lama and Quantum Physics 1/6.
Amplituhedron: Mind Boggling Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics. October 16, 2013 From Quanta Magazine, "A Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics" By Natalie Wolchover “This is completely new and very much simpler than anything that has been done before,” said Andrew Hodges, a mathematical physicist at Oxford University who has been following the work.
The revelation that particle interactions, the most basic events in nature, may be consequences of geometry significantly advances a decades-long effort to reformulate quantum field theory, the body of laws describing elementary particles and their interactions. Could the Higgs Nobel Be the End of Particle Physics? Editor's note: The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research.
By Harry Cliff, University of Cambridge The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to François Englert and Peter Higgs for their work that explains why subatomic particles have mass. They predicted the existence of the Higgs boson, a fundamental particle, which was confirmed last year by experiments conducted at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. But today’s celebrations mask a growing anxiety among physicists. The discovery of the Higgs boson is an undoubted triumph, but many note that it hasn’t brought us any closer to answering some of the most troubling problems in fundamental science. 'Louder' light could power a brighter quantum future.
All of the light we see around us comes in chunks of energy known as photons.
As well as making up light, photons can be used to carry and process information and their quantum properties make possible new tasks in secure communication, ultra-fast quantum computing and more. To develop these new technologies and the science behind them, we need to learn to manipulate single-photon quantum states in new and powerful ways. The First Image Ever of a Hydrogen Atom's Orbital Structure. Being and Meaning. Consciousness: The Experience of Being & Meaning By: Mark Bancroft, MA Part One: Defining Consciousness How consciousness is defined has important and far-reaching consequences.
How a person defines consciousness is likely to say more about the person than it does about consciousness. In many respects a definition of consciousness operates as a reflection of one's relationship with him/herself and the world. In a sense, when a person defines consciousness they are, in effect defining themselves. Defining Consciousness. Problems in Defining Consciousness By: Mark Bancroft, MA The Problems: 1.
Inclusion/ Exclusion: The fundamental problem in defining consciousness can be attributed to what to include , or in most cases what to exclude, in one's definition. Objective methods developed and relied upon throughout the scientific era are and have been used to try and define consciousness which lies deep within the subjective domain. 2. 3. Nothing is ever invented out of nothing. 4. What is Consciousness. What is Consciousness?
An Overview of Various Definitions. By: Mark Bancroft, MA. Quantum Physics Consciousness. Quantum Physics & Consciousness By Mark Bancroft, MA "The Precarious Beginnings of Quantum Theory" To begin to understand what quantum physics is and where this field of study is currently headed it is necessary to begin with an overview of the language used within this area of study. All too often the simple, yet critical first step of establishing clear definitions for terms and phrases describing the subject to be studied is overlooked resulting in collective myopia of the participants.
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