Latest from the blog
Quantum Relativistic: Being and Becoming
I’ve always found it curious that, while physics profoundly deepens our understanding of reality, it still does not answer some of the most fundamental questions of philosophy (I guess that’s why these questions belong to what we call “meta”physics).
Published: February 2, 2023Read More
An Unbroken Thread of Discovery
I really disliked history when I was at school. Boring, dry and irrelevant (at least the way I was taught). However, as I get older, I find myself increasingly more and more interested in it.
How can we understand quantum reality if it is impossible to measure?
If we can’t measure something, we can’t know its true nature. This fundamental limitation hampers our understanding of the quantum world – but it doesn’t preclude scientific thinking.
Entanglement in a qubit-qubit-tardigrade system
Quantum and biological systems are seldom discussed together as they seemingly demand opposing conditions. Life is complex, “hot and wet”…
Unpredictability is perfectly possible in a deterministic universe
We revisit the vexed question of how unpredictability can arise in a deterministic universe, focusing on unitary quantum theory. We…
ASK ME A QUESTION!
If you'd like to ask me a question or discuss my research then please get in touch.