Understanding scientific studies Background “Eat eggs and exercise to live longer!” Obviously, this ‘headline’ is fictitious, but it got your attention, didn't it? Reports of new research findings in the area of food and health seem to get a lot of media coverage, after all, food and health issues are of interest to nearly everyone. Reporters, academics, and health professionals all want the latest information—as do consumers. A single study and the reports surrounding it can send many people in search of the latest food or supplement holding the promise of good health.
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The double slit experiment and the collapse of the wavefunction by Cemal Yalabik, Bilkent University, Physics Department. May 2002 This applet demonstrates how the wavefunction of a particle - say an electron - develops in time as it passes through the two slits in an interference experiment. Actually, what is shown is the square magnitude of the wavefunction, the wavefunction itself is a complex valued function. The square magnitude is always positive, and is proportional to the probability of finding the particle at a particular point. Remember that the electron itself is a very small particle, less in size than the size of a point (a pixel) in the figure.
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ACTIVE LIFE: Important for both kids and adults to find time for play - Nanaimo News Bulletin By Tammy Toor One of my family’s favourite things to do together is spend time in our parks. This last weekend we discovered a new playground in town and had a great time swaying in the swings, climbing the monkey bars and racing down the slides. It was so much fun, and it was a good reminder of how being active and ‘playing’ enhance our quality of life – not only for kids but for us as adults. As children, play was one way we learned. It helped us to engage, explore and discover the world around us.
Quantum Physics Revealed As Non-Mysterious This is one of several shortened indices into the Quantum Physics Sequence. Hello! You may have been directed to this page because you said something along the lines of "Quantum physics shows that reality doesn't exist apart from our observation of it," or "Science has disproved the idea of an objective reality," or even just "Quantum physics is one of the great mysteries of modern science; no one understands how it works." There was a time, roughly the first half-century after quantum physics was invented, when this was more or less true.