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A New State of Matter –“Black Hole Physics of Strange Metals”

A New State of Matter –“Black Hole Physics of Strange Metals”

—————————————————————————————————————————- “Not only does God play dice In addition to Parcollet, the research team consisted Cha, CCQ associate data scientist Nils Wentzell, CCQ director Georges, and Cornell physics professor Eun-Ah Kim. “The fact that you find this same scaling across…

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Reality Does Not Depend on the Measurer According to New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Reality Does Not Depend on the Measurer According to New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Reference: “The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle as an Endogenous Equilibrium Property of Stochastic Optimal Control Systems in Quantum Mechanics” by Jussi Lindgren and Jukka Liukkonen, 17 September 2020, Symmetry. However, in their study Lindgren and Liukkonen concluded that…

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Study Supports Quantum Mechanics Interpretation Close to Classical Principles

Study Supports Quantum Mechanics Interpretation Close to Classical Principles

However, in their research, Lindgren and Liukkonen reported that the relationship between a location and momentum, i.e., their correlation, is fixed. Jukka Liukkonen, Study Researcher and Civil Servant, Finland Government Lindgren’s dissertation now includes numerous mathematical articles that attempt to explain quantum…

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Using Light Waves to Accelerate Supercurrents to Access Forbidden Light and the Quantum World

Using Light Waves to Accelerate Supercurrents to Access Forbidden Light and the Quantum World

And this forbidden second harmonic light emission in superconductors, Wang said, represents “a fundamental discovery of quantum matter. Wang’s lab has pioneered use of light pulses at terahertz frequencies– trillions of pulses per second – to accelerate…

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Innovative switching mechanism improves ultrafast control of microlasers

Innovative switching mechanism improves ultrafast control of microlasers

Creating an efficient, ultrafast, and compact all-optical switch has been recognized as the key step for the developments of next-generation optical and quantum computing. Electrically-driven BIC microlasers with ultrafast switching are also possible and the cascade-wise on-chip integration of such ultrafast switchable BIC…

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