News Stories relating to "quantum"
Monday, October 6, 2014
Traveling for some is a pleasure but there are times, such as during the daily commute, when getting from A to B is just a tedious and often laborious necessity.
We look with envy at our futuristic cartoon and film heroes who simply teleport from place to place, disappearing in one location and appearing just seconds later at their...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
As the hot debate over whether the next "Miss Universe" beauty pageant will take place in 2014, 2015 or not all, the real question we should be asking ourselves is: what actually is the Universe? Is it the vast, limitless vacuum of space that we conventionally perceive it to be, or could it be...a hologram?
And if it was,...
Friday, September 5, 2014
The "interconnectedness of all things" is a notion embraced by the spiritual community and, more recently, by science in the field of quantum mechanics.
This area of research is still regarded as largely theoretical by the scientific community, however, unlike the "nuts and bolts" science that focuses on improving...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Have you ever regretted a missed opportunity to send a message to someone? Did you think that your life may well have been different if you had communicated certain things, and you would give anything to re-live that moment again?
According to scientists from Jesus College, Cambridge, U.K., you may get your chance to right the wrongs...
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
The subject of time travel has intrigued both scientists and science-fiction writers alike for centuries, but now scientists are suggesting that the concept is theoretically sound.
Back in September of this year, UK physicist, Professor Brian Cox, declared that time travel was certainly possible, but only to the future and not to the...
Friday, June 7, 2013
Being constantly bombarded with bad news, it's hard to remember that we live in a world of wonders, and science promises real miracles ahead. A visitor once said to a close encounter witness, 'we rearrange atoms.' This would be the most powerful scientific tool ever created, literally like magic. The ability to rearrange atoms would mean that we...
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Will "Star Trek"
--ever become possible?
It's not yet possible for humans, but it IS possible with atomic particles which have...
Thursday, February 23, 2012
, which Albert Einstein called "spooky action at a distance," occurs when two atomic particles are split apart, but still INSTANTLY copy each other--no matter HOW far away from each other they are (NOTE:...
Thursday, April 28, 2011
A Nobel Prize winning biologist says that a fragment of DNA "teleported" itself between test tubes in his lab, meaning that it demonstrated the quantum
ability of being non-local, i.e. in two places at the same time. What are we...
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Tired of the scan and the pat down
? The type of teleportation that we all remember from "Star Trek" may soon be a reality (It may be the way UFOs fly
, and with...
Thursday, June 12, 2008
Weekend Reading - In a stunning breakthrough, a group of scientists havediscovered how to quantum entangle two images. This means,when one image is changed, the other images also changes,even though there is absolutely no connection between them.It is believed that this effect would hold true even if theywere on opposite sides...
Monday, October 30, 2006
In the submicroscopic world, things behave in strange ways. The laws of quantum mechanics are different from the Newtonian laws that govern the macro world?for instance, one quantum physicist has discovered that he can lower the temperature of an object or cause it to move just by watching it.
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Quantum mechanics has been called "the skeleton in Albert Einstein's closet," because while he proposed the theory of relativity, which is the cornerstone of quantum mechanics, he thought that quantum laws were too random and said, "God doesn't play dice with the universe." But scientists have found out that He DOES.
Despite the fact...
Thursday, February 9, 2006
Non-scientists of speak of "other dimensions" and people who have had UFO encounters often say they think that's where ETs come from. Quantum physicists call these parallel universes or "brane worlds" (membrane-like places where there are more than the 3 dimensions that exist here on Earth?4 dimensions if you include time). Do these other...
Monday, November 7, 2005
Newswise - Quantum physics tells us that the world is much different than we have been taught in school or perceive it to be. We are aware of 3 spatial dimensions. But physicists say there are at least nine spatial dimensions, six of them hidden from us, perhaps curled up in some way so they are tiny and undetectable.
Monday, March 15, 2004
Scientists used to think that the ideas of quantum physics?for instance, that everything is in "superposition" (both everywhere and nowhere) until observed and that particles can be "entangled" and affect each other at great distances?applied only on the atomic level, but now they're using quantum weirdness to create incredible new inventions...
Saturday, October 4, 2003
The physicist Erwin Schr
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Wednesday, February 13, 2002
Teleporting atoms and molecules, and maybe even larger objects, has become a real possibility for the first time, now that physicists have suggested a method that in theory could be used to ?entangle? any kind of particle.
Quantum entanglement is the property that allows two particles to behave as one, no matter how far apart they are....
Sunday, September 30, 2001
For the first time physicists have achieved quantum entanglement between two large clouds of gas. This achievement means we may live in a future that contains super-fast quantum computers, instant communication over unlimited distance, and even a sort of teleportation.
Among other things, quantum computers will be able to function far...