Quantum Physics

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“One of the most surprising and controversial aspects of quantum physics is that it’s impossible to predict with certainty the outcome of a single experiment on a quantum system. When physicists predict the outcome of some experiment, the prediction always takes the form of a probability for finding each of the particular possible outcomes, and comparisons between theory and experiment

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always involve inferring probability distributions from many repeated experiments. All we can predict is probability, and prior to a measurement that determines a particular outcome, the system being measured is in an indeterminate state that mathematically maps to a superposition of all possibilities with different probabilities. ” (Chad Orzel)

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Quantum Mechanics Explained? – Sort of : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STF0moww_zQ

Oldie but goody : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72us6pnbEvE

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One Response to Quantum Physics

  1. I know very little about quantum physics, but do know something about reality and illusion, and can observe that at the Extremes of our explanations of things, the explanations no longer make sense. The very small and the very large disappear into the unknown. Reason itself no longer makes sense, or is inadequate if pushed to the extreme (“If one keeps halving the distance between two objects, when do they meet?….) I’m reminded of a SciFi movie of a number of years ago, “Dark City”, in which unknown to the inhabitants, their life was in a large city floating on a huge disk through space. Everyone had vague memories of places at the edge of the city, but no one went there. One individual gradually woke up and determined to go beyond the city. He got to the last door of the last wall, pushed it open, and there before him was depthless SPACE. We live in a mental paradign – our explanations of things and our reality/illusion, our “disk in Space”, and beyond the edges lies the Space and the Reality we live our Shakespeare play within.

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