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Quantum entanglement only dependent upon area

Quantum entanglement only dependent upon area | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Two researchers at UCL Computer Science and the University of Gdansk present a new method for determining the amount of entanglement – a quantum phenomenon connecting two remote partners, and crucial for quantum technology - within part of a...
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(HD) How the Universe Works - The Big Bang (S01E01) Full Documentary

(HD) How the Universe Works - The Big Bang (S01E01) Full Documentary ❶ HD Documentary Channel: For all your Space, Universe, Science and Technology documenta...

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Jan Peter van Zijl's curator insight, September 15, 2013 8:32 AM

Voor als er even niets op tv is -en (1) dat is dus best vaak, (2) dit programma wordt ook niet altijd uitgezonden-:

"How the Universe Works".

 

Dus gewoon lekker thuis kijken. 

 

 

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Why can't Einstein and Quantum Mechanics get along?

Why can't Einstein and Quantum Mechanics get along? | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Despite our successes at describing the inner workings of the universe (Higgs, anyone?), there are still some gaping holes in our knowledge. Where's our Grand Unified Theory or our Theory of Everything?
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Using Quantum Mechanics To Spot Internet Snoops — NOVA Next | PBS

Using Quantum Mechanics To Spot Internet Snoops — NOVA Next | PBS | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
A new approach to quantum key distribution could bring the cost of more secure communications down to Earth.
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The Most Awesome Animation About Quantum Computers You Will Ever See

The Most Awesome Animation About Quantum Computers You Will Ever See | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
by Jorge Cham You might think the title is a little exaggerated, but if there's one thing I've learned from Theoretical Physicists so far, it's to be bold with my conjectures about reality. Welcome...
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Wormholes May Save Physics from Black Hole Infernos | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

Wormholes May Save Physics from Black Hole Infernos | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Are black holes surrounded by walls of fire? Does this imply that one (or more) of our most cherished physical principles—and here I’m talking about biggies ...
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Double Slit Experiment of Quantum Physics

Double Slit Experiment of Quantum Physics | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Double slit experiment has been conducted with different experimental setup
several times in history and it has been debated and interpreted in a bid to understand the quantum theory.
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Bristol University | School of Physics | Qcloud

Bristol University | School of Physics | Qcloud | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Welcome to Qcloud (RT @Neptalium: Qcloud, try quantum computing on Bristol’s public access two-quibit chip and online simulator.
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Gary Bamford's curator insight, September 9, 2013 3:16 PM

A Quantum Computer to play with - now thats pretty nifty!!

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Pauli Repulsion Microscope: Quantum Mechanics' Exclusion Principle Allows New Microscope To See Individual Atoms

Pauli Repulsion Microscope: Quantum Mechanics' Exclusion Principle Allows New Microscope To See Individual Atoms | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it

Jülich researchers began with a scanning tunneling microscope with a thin metal tip which scans the specimen surface like the needle of a record player and registers the atomic irregularies as tiny electric currents.

 

To increase the sensitivity for organic molecules, they put a molecule of two deuterium atoms, also called heavy hydrogen, on the tip. Short-range Pauli repulsion, a quantum-physical force between the deuterium and the sample, modulates the conductivity and allows the measurement of the fine structures.

 

According to the quantum mechanical Pauli exclusion principle, no two electrons in close proximity can occupy the same state. As they approach, the increasing overlap of the wavefunctions causes some electrons to be forced into higher energy states. The absorbed energy can be measured by the microscope tip.


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'We may be able to watch dark energy turn on': ...

'We may be able to watch dark energy turn on': ... | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Moonless nights outside the Cerro Tololo astronomical observatory in Chile are so dark that when you look down, you can't see your feet. "You can't see your hands," said a physicist.
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The first quantum entanglement of photons through space and time | ExtremeTech

The first quantum entanglement of photons through space and time | ExtremeTech | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Ready for a mind-bending news story that will forever change your perception of life? Quantum physicists in Israel have successfully entangled two photons that don't exist at the same time.
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BioShock Infinite vs. Quantum Mechanics: The Real Science of BioShock Infinite (SPOILERS)

BioShock Infinite vs. Quantum Mechanics: The Real Science of BioShock Infinite, starring Parallel Universes! Flux Pinning! Schrödinger's Cat! Wormholes! Spoi...
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The Good Vibrations of Quantum Field Theories « NOVA's Physics Blog: The Nature of Reality

The Good Vibrations of Quantum Field Theories « NOVA's Physics Blog: The Nature of Reality | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
NOVA's Physics Blog: The Nature of Reality http://t.co/2txsAa2evE
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Visual Quantum Mechanics

Visual Quantum Mechanics | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Instructional units that introduce quantum physics to high school and college students who do not have a background in modern physics or higher level math using interactive computer programs and digital multimedia in an activity based environment...
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A world first! Success at complete quantum teleportation

A world first! Success at complete quantum teleportation | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
 
Furusawa group at the University of Tokyo has succeeded in demonstrating complete quantum teleportation of photonic quantum bits by a hybrid technique for the first time worldwide.
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Physics: Quantum quest - Nature.com

Physics: Quantum quest - Nature.com | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
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If the truth be told, few physicists have ever really felt comfortable with quantum theory.
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What's inside a black hole?

What's inside a black hole? | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
I have a multiple choice question for you. What's inside a black hole? (A) An unlimited amount of stuff. (B) Nothing at all. (C) A huge but finite amount of stuff, which is also outside the black h...
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Entanglement = Wormholes

Entanglement = Wormholes | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
One of the most enjoyable and inspiring physics papers I have read in recent years is this one by Mark Van Raamsdonk. Building on earlier observations by Maldacena and by Ryu and Takayanagi. Van Ra...
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Is Alice burning? The black hole firewall controversy

Is Alice burning? The black hole firewall controversy | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Back in the early 1990s, I was very interested in the quantum physics of black holes and devoted much of my research effort to thinking about how black holes process quantum information. That effor...
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Quantum Tunnelling Could Aid Life’s Chemistry in the Coldest Places

Quantum Tunnelling Could Aid Life’s Chemistry in the Coldest Places | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Chemical reactions once thought to be 'impossible' in the incredible coldness of space can actually occur thanks to a phenomenon called ‘quantum tunnelling.’ This also could mean that biochemical reactions occur in places once considered too frigid...

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Quantum temperature: Scientists study the physics that connects the classical to the quantum world

Quantum temperature: Scientists study the physics that connects the classical to the quantum world | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
How does a classical temperature form in the quantum world? Scientists have now directly observed the emergence and the spreading of a temperature in a quantum system.
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Quantum Weirdness: Unbridled Ability of Quantum Physics to Shock Us

Quantum Weirdness: Unbridled Ability of Quantum Physics to Shock Us | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Double slit experiments and the root of quantum weirdness You are probably familiar with the legendary double slit experiment.  It is a simple, straight-forward experiment that introduces the wave-particle duality and the weirdness that is at the ...
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Quantum Computers Animated

Theoretical Physicists John Preskill and Spiros Michalakis describe how things are different in the Quantum World and how that can lead to powerful Quantum C... (#ICYMI RT "@QuantumIQC: Wondering what #quantum computing is?
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Medium of Expression: Dispelling the Quantum Spooks – a Clue that Einstein Missed?

Medium of Expression: Dispelling the Quantum Spooks – a Clue that Einstein Missed? | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Medium of Expression: Dispelling the Quantum Spooks – a Clue that Einstein Missed? - http://t.co/iq9wZWS9ND Huw Price on nonlocality
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Quantum physics for everyone - PhysicsToday.org

Quantum physics for everyone - PhysicsToday.org | Quantum Physics | Scoop.it
Quantum physics for everyone
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For condensed-matter physicists, the year 2011 was a very special one.
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