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A multitude of experiments have shown the mysterious phenomena of quantum mechanics to be how the universe functions. The scientists behind these experiments won the 2022 Nobel Prize in physics.
Caltech scientists explain the strange phenomenon of quantum entanglement in everyday language.
Quantum bits (aka qubits), the reader is assured, are somehow "entangled" such that they rely on one another. If more detail is needed, we're told entanglement links qubits no matter how far apart they are—so long as the qubits are “coherent.” This hardly helps! So let's try a different approach.
Fusion gates are common operations in photonic quantum information platforms, where they are employed to create entanglement. Here, the authors propose a quantum computation scheme where the same…
New research indicates that consciousness may rely on quantum mechanics. Perhaps the brain does not operate in a "classical" way.
Maybe our understanding of quantum entanglement is incomplete, or maybe there is something fundamentally unique about consciousness.
Quantum entanglement seems like it shouldn’t be possible, but experiments from the Nobel Prize–winners based on John Bell’s work tell us otherwise
Three computer scientists have solved the NLTS conjecture, proving that systems of entangled particles can remain difficult to analyze even away from extremes.
A team of physicists has entangled three photons over a considerable distance, which could lead to more powerful quantum cryptography.
Why does the quantum world behave in that strange, spooky way? Here’s our simple, four-step explanation (no magic needed)
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