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H2O atoms are not bonded to other H2O atoms.
Isn't it curious that water has at least three states (liquid, solid, gas)
.I'd say gas represents superposition.
"on average about one in every 5.5 × 10^8 molecules gives up a proton to another water molecule"
I wonder if the double slit has been performed with ice.
Do water molecules keep their quantum state
suggesting water is not large enough to be considered a spacetime object and cause decoherence.
If the spin can be stored
I want a quantum computer made with water.
We shouldn't ever get fringes underwater if everything is decohering.