Tag: Quantum physics

  • Studying the Brain with Quantum Mechanics?

    Studying the Brain with Quantum Mechanics?

    Some psychologists think that the mathematical tools of quantum mechanics could help them understand human behavior. They don’t think that our brains actually function at the quantum level but that the statistics of quantum mechanics could help them predict human behavior. Statistics can help us understand the big picture even when we don’t know all […]

  • Scientist’s FINALLY Discovered First-Ever White Hole

    Scientist’s FINALLY Discovered First-Ever White Hole

    The first white hole has been found by astronomers. Black holes are terrifying massive objects lurking in deep space and swallowing anything that comes near. White holes are no less terrifying, but they come in various sizes. What are Stars? A Short Introduction Mysterious Facts about Black Holes Space Documentary | The Life Cycle of […]

  • How Many Multiverses Are There? | Cosmology | Documentary

    How Many Multiverses Are There? | Cosmology | Documentary

    How many multiverses are there? The universe we can observe is not unique, but there are billions of others. In other words, the universe would be part of a larger “multiverse.” As a result, some well-known scientists have spoken of a super-Copernican revolution. According to this idea, not only is the Earth just one planet […]

  • Two Scientists Are Building a Real Star Trek Impulse Engine | Impulse Space Propulsion

    Two Scientists Are Building a Real Star Trek Impulse Engine | Impulse Space Propulsion

    Real Star Trek Impulse Engine: Using conventional fuel rockets, it would take 16,000 years to reach the nearest star. Interstellar travel cannot be achieved with conventional rockets. While space may be the final frontier, rocket fuel won’t get us very far. The “impulse engine” from Star Trek might one day become a reality thanks to […]

  • Was The Universe Born From Nothing?

    Was The Universe Born From Nothing?

    The universe was born from nothing? At the beginning of everything, there was no matter and it appeared as a consequence of the evolution of the cosmos. Something we are still trying to understand. Even though matter didn’t always exist in the universe, it must have been created very early on. I’m amazed by this, […]

  • Is The Wave Function The Building Block of Reality? – PBS Space Time

    Is The Wave Function The Building Block of Reality? – PBS Space Time

    The Objective Collapse Theory explains quantum mechanics in a way that is both original and rooted in classical mechanics. In quantum mechanics, particles can exist in multiple states simultaneously. They can teleport between locations or influence each other faster than light. Strangely, none of this weirdness makes it down to the familiar scale of human […]