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Quantium physics?

Does anyone do any studying in this field? I do some here at school and I must say... Its mind blowing!
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No I don't but what little I know does my head in.
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Yeah isn't it crazy, like the theory of entanglement! Mind blowing!
Just to know that parts of an electron when separated will react the same way instantaneously!
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I did my Thesis on quantum entanglement. I designed and implemented a quantum interferometer using a coherent source (e.g., YAG laser).
Insertion of a non-linear optical crystal (PPKTP) produced photon pairs whose quantum states were entangled. A single-photon detector was used to complete the quantum interferometer. The experiment explored the Einstein-Podolski-Rosen paradox and evaluated the viability for use in quantum computers.

Essentially, you could split two entangled photons and send them to opposite ends of the universe. You could change the state (i.e, polarization) of one and--by definition--it would alter the state of the other across the universe. Based on this, it was postulated that faster than speed-of-light commucations could be achieved.

It's good stuff.
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Dam it looks like you've spend some time on the subject! Thats awesome!
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the most information i get about entanglement theories and string theories is when Michio Kaku is on tv or on coast 2 coast.
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Michio Kaku is amazing! I was watching that youtube video on him about the one inch theorem thats supposed to be able to answer everything.. This guys so far down the rabbit hole its not even funny! Ever watch the movie What the bleep do we know? Awesome movie about quantum physics
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Michio Kaku is amazing! I was watching that youtube video on him about the one inch theorem thats supposed to be able to answer everything.. This guys so far down the rabbit hole its not even funny! Ever watch the movie What the bleep do we know? Awesome movie about quantum physics
i almost finished his book hyperspace, but it was too much for me, and too hard to get into.

yeah i watched it. they throw quite a lot of ideas around.
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yeah some of them are somewhat loose but one can only wonder. Yeah I didn't get to far into michiu cause I just don't know enough and I know I will get lost haha
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