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This New Equation Could Unite The Two Biggest Theories in Physics!

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03081079.2017.1308361 THIS IS A QUANTUM PHYSICS RESEARCH PAPER SHARE THIS AND SEE THIS ARTICAL

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Really!😵
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What is empty space?.... Emptiness!!!
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Weirdest from quantum physics

According to the double slit experiment, if you observe which of two slits light passes through, you force it to behave like a particle. If you don’t, and observe where it lands on a screen behind the slits, it behaves like a wave.

But if you wait for it to pass through the slit, and then observe which way it came through, it will retroactively force it to have passed through one or the other. In other words, causality is working backwards, the present is affecting the past.

Of course in the lab this only has an effect over indescribably tiny fractions of a second. "Now think of light coming from distant stars that has bent around a gravitational well in between could be observed in the same way, which could mean that observing something now and changing what happened thousands, or even millions, of years in the past".
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The speed of light in a vacuum is a constant: 300,000km a second. However, light does not always travel through a vacuum. In water, for example, photons travel at around three-quarters that speed.

In nuclear reactors, some particles are forced up to very high speeds, often within a fraction of the speed of light. If they are passing through an insulating medium that slows light down, they can actually travel faster than the light around them.

When this happens, they cause a blue glow, known as “cherenkov radiation”, which is (sort of) comparable to a sonic boom but with light. This is why nuclear reactors glow in the dark.

Incidentally, the slowest light has ever been recorded travelling was 17 meters per second – about 38 miles an hour – through rubidium cooled to almost absolute zero, when it forms a strange state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate.
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