The modern double-slit experiment is a demonstration that light and matter can display characteristics of both classically defined waves and particles; moreover, it displays the fundamentally probabilistic nature of quantum mechanical phenomena. This experi...
I think its the Feynman approached the work of Dirac by using Feyman
diagrams to illustrate a mapping of the interactions. Now to me the
visualization techniques are much as Feynman puts it, where okay you are
an alien, how would you approach the world a...
This paper reports a "delayed choice quantum eraser" experiment proposed by Scully and Drühl in 1982. The experimental results demonstrated the possibility of simultaneously
observing both particle-like and wave-like behavior of a quantum via
Hawking proposes new idea for how information might escape from black holes
So I’m at this black hole conference in Stockholm, and at his public lecture yesterday evening, Stephen Hawking announced that he has figure
No foam: New constraint on space-time fluctuations rules out stochastic ...
The most abused word in science writing is “space-time foam.” You’d think is a technical term, but it isn’t – space-time foam is just a catc
Troublemaker Lee Smolin Says Physics–and Its Laws–Must Evolve* | Cross-C...
What separates good from bad troublemakers? Productive provocateurs from mere contrarians, bullshit artists, attention-seekers? This is the
Interstellar Voyaging - from Interstellar Voyaging: An Evolutionary Tran...
Interstellar Voyaging: An Evolutionary Transition by Perimeter Institute on Livestream - Livestream.com
Princeton University - Capping decades of searching, Princeton scientist...
Princeton University scientists have observed an exotic particle that behaves simultaneously like matter and antimatter, a feat of math and
The Inverse Problem. Sorry, we don’t have experimental evidence for quan...
The BICEP collaboration recently reported the first measurements of CMB polarization due to relic gravitational waves. It is presently uncle
Scientists: Cosmic rays can see through nuclear reactor, locate fuel - A...
Japanese scientists have developed a method to use cosmic rays to see through a nuclear reactor, raising hopes for locating and accounting f