Quantum Superposition and Reality:  Realities Are Separate But Linked. Quantum physics teaches us that the realiyy we experience is but one wave out of a enormous number of wave possibilities. The wave possibilities is the quantum superposition which contains all the possibilities.

Quantum Superposition and Reality: Realities Are Separate But Linked. Quantum physics teaches us that the realiyy we experience is but one wave out of a enormous number of wave possibilities. The wave possibilities is the quantum superposition which contains all the possibilities.

You are probably familiar with Schrödinger’s Cat. But what about Schrödinger’s Architect? Both are pitiful and absurd creatures suffering from an uncertain fate.

You are probably familiar with Schrödinger’s Cat. But what about Schrödinger’s Architect? Both are pitiful and absurd creatures suffering from an uncertain fate.

Comparison with other matter-wave interference experiments : Quantum superposition at the half-metre scale : Nature : Nature Research

Comparison with other matter-wave interference experiments : Quantum superposition at the half-metre scale : Nature : Nature Research

Quantum physics informs us that a system exists in superposition — that is, in all possible states — until we observe that it is only in one specific state. According to a 2002 poll of …

Quantum physics informs us that a system exists in superposition — that is, in all possible states — until we observe that it is only in one specific state. According to a 2002 poll of …

First observation how quantum superposition builds up in a helium atom within femtoseconds

First observation how quantum superposition builds up in a helium atom within femtoseconds

Quantum Physics for dummies. Dr. Quantum explains the famous double slit experiment. For anyone not familiar with the weird effects of quantum physics, watching this might be a good place to start. Once you watch it, and really begin to realize what's going on, it will make you question reality. If everything small works like the photons in the double slit experiment (which all subatomic particles do obey these quantum laws), and if everything is made of small things, what does this tell us?

Quantum Physics for dummies. Dr. Quantum explains the famous double slit experiment. For anyone not familiar with the weird effects of quantum physics, watching this might be a good place to start. Once you watch it, and really begin to realize what's going on, it will make you question reality. If everything small works like the photons in the double slit experiment (which all subatomic particles do obey these quantum laws), and if everything is made of small things, what does this tell us?

Quantum Superposition: Counterintuitive Consequences of Coherence, Entanglement, and Interference

Quantum Superposition: Counterintuitive Consequences of Coherence, Entanglement, and Interference

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