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« on: 27/11/2009 21:06:25 »
When We Are Not Looking...The World is Stranger Than Once Fathomed

For many years, Bohr and Einstein two of the most famous scientists of the previous century debated the existence or non-existence of reality when not being observed.

On one hand Bohr argued that quantum physics directly appealed to the idea that the universe (material objects) did not really exist unless being observed. Einstein could not believe this. He believed everything was just in their own places, and did not care whether there was a sentient being who was pondering their existences by their observations upon them. But now, one of the greatest mysteries of physics has seem to finally been resolved.

But it's weirder than what scientists could have ever contemplated.

http://www.physorg.com/news155386974.html

http://www.scientificblogging.com/news_articles/paradox_lost_quantum_physicists_say_they_have_resolved_hardys_annihilation_problem

http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0104062

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/quant-ph/pdf/0104/0104062v1.pdf

According to Hardy's paradox, is it very capable of having a positron and an electron have their wave functions entangled to such a degree that they can escape radiactive death... Normally we would expect a positron and an electron to clash and release their hidden energies... but his paradox came recently back into light with new questions abound. Scientists have managed to probe space without disturbing it, but what they saw was not the dissappearance of energy at all. In fact, the energy they expected to be there, was found to be few and far between, whilst particles appeared in locations of spacetime they actually shouldn't have been located at... strange?

In a strange sense, Einstein and Bohr where only partially right. The world was not as solid as when not being observed, but it equally did not disappear!


 

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« Reply #1 on: 28/11/2009 13:26:37 »
LOL Paradox huh ?
well all  human relations are paradoxes for me.
????
I don't know what's going on ??

Quantum Entanglement ??
If we do something to one electron other electron gets effected.
How it can be ?
in fact both electrons can't or never come closer.
Who has proved it ...?
is it a theory or real one>?
What it says entangled photon pair ??
What is this ??

interferometers ??
I read topics in my text books but never did in my college lab cos we don't have any experiment included in syllabus. too stupid education.
they are saying that Image is FAKE !!
 
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« Reply #2 on: 28/11/2009 16:21:08 »
Its true, that it is one of the most complated experiments i have certainly ever read about, and my interprtation of it, is the OP unfotunately :(
 

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« Reply #3 on: 01/12/2009 06:39:21 »
Hey ScientificBoyZClub, have you found the "Modify" button yet?

There's no need to post 4 replies in a row ;)
 

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« Reply #4 on: 01/12/2009 08:07:32 »
Hey ScientificBoyZClub, have you found the "Modify" button yet?

There's no need to post 4 replies in a row ;)
Ok each of my reply is taking 100 GB of web server space right ??
Ok I got it.
I will not do it again.
Ok done !
are you happy ?
100 GB of space is saved LOL.
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« Reply #5 on: 01/12/2009 08:35:10 »
very happy.
A lot of mouse wheels will be happy as well now :P
 

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« Reply #6 on: 01/12/2009 08:36:07 »
very happy.
A lot of mouse wheels will be happy as well now :P
what a lazy habit??
 

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