quantum mechanics

Why Quantum Mechanics Defies Physics

The full, weird story of the quantum world is much too large for a single article, but the period from…

7 months ago

Thinking About Time Travel Helps Solve Problems in Physics

An experiment at Cambridge University shows how quantum entanglements can be harnessed to change past outcomes.

9 months ago

New Muon g-2 Result Improves the Measurement by a Factor of 2

The results from the first three years of Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab provide further evidence for the existence of…

11 months ago

Are We Entering the Era of Quantum Telescopes?

In a recent study, a team of researchers showed how combining interferometry with quantum principles could lead to quantum telescopes.

1 year ago

Do Advanced Civilizations use Black Holes as Giant Quantum Computers?

A new study suggests that advanced civilizations could used black holes as massive quantum computers, a theory that has implications…

1 year ago

Fermilab’s Muon g-2 Experiment Finally Gives Particle Physicists a Hint of What Lies Beyond the Standard Model

The results of the first run of the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab indicate that there could be physics beyond…

3 years ago

Quantum Theory Proposes That Cause and Effect Can Go In Loops

Causality is one of those difficult scientific topics that can easily stray into the realm of philosophy.  Science’s relationship with…

3 years ago

LIGO Will Squeeze Light To Overcome The Quantum Noise Of Empty Space

LIGO is so sensitive it can hear the quantum fluctuations of a vacuum. But by squeezing light it can make…

5 years ago

French Scientists Claim to Have Created Metallic Hydrogen

A team of French scientists recently claimed to have created metallic hydrogen in a laboratory, a claim which is triggering…

5 years ago

Antimatter Behaves Exactly the Same as Regular Matter in Double Slit Experiments

An experiment recently conducted by the QUPLAS collaboration confirmed the dual, particle-wave nature of antimatter.

5 years ago