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Join us 4 pm GMT June 2, 2016.

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Workshop on critical and collective effects in graphs and networks, April 25 – April 29, Moscow, 2016

Department of Discrete Mathematics, MITP.

Department of Discrete Mathematics, MITP.

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Quantum Complexity Science Initiative's lead shares his thoughts the evening before the workshop. http://quamplexity.org/quantum-complex-network-science/

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We always talk about

**quantum theory**as being riddled with probabilities, an inherent uncertainly when faced with predicting the future. But what about being able to reconcile the past given a complete state of present knowledge? Turns out you can't always do that either, and this is a peculiar feature of quantum uncertainty. Explained without any equations in 2013. Post has attachment

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My new short pop-sci talk explaining quantum tunnelling

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New pop-sci video explaining

**quantum tunnelling**. Feel free to tell me how you would have done it. Pop-sci is somewhere between either being so obscure that what you say could mean just about anything (totally confusing to non-experts) or being clever about how you 'lie' --- which then irritates some experts. But the really good ones appreciate the choice of words. So here you go. You can hear about the quantum effect known as tunnelling.Wait while more posts are being loaded