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Why rethinking time in quantum mechanics could help us unite physics
I would like to take you with me, just for a minute or two, on a journey through space and time. We are minding our own business, watching the stars and galaxies zip by, when, suddenly, an invisible force draws us in.
Published: August 23, 2022Read More
Do not enter if you do not understand geometry (or waves)
This statement (without “or waves”) was written on the entrance of Plato’s Academy (a.k.a. the first University in the World) in the Ancient Athens.
The Principle of “No Minor Tweaking”
The fact that quantum physics is somehow “tighter” than classical has been advocated a number of times by many different people. A tighter description of reality usually is considered a better explanation for the observable phenomena, but what does ‘tighter’ actually mean?
Witnessing superpositions of causal orders by weak measurements at a given time
The questions we raise in this letter are as follows: What is the most general representation of a quantum state…
Interference in quantum field theory: detecting ghosts with phases
We discuss the implications of the principle of locality for interference in quantum field theory. As an example, we consider…
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