Quantum Strangeness/Quantum Gravity
Quantum mechanics is perhaps the most accurate theory devised, and yet it’s one of the most subtle and difficult to understand. Why exactly is that? Today we’ll talk to Dr. Ed Hach, Assistant Professor of Physics at the Rochester Institute of Technology, about quantum mechanics and why it happens to be so strange. In the second half we’ll talk about the difficulty of combining quantum theory with another well established theory, general relativity.
Host: Brian Koberlein
Guest: Ed Hach
Producer: Mark Gillespie
Music: Marcus Warner
The One Universe at a Time Podcast is produced at the Rochester Institute of Technology with support from the RIT College of Science.