Quantum Physics for Dummies: What is it and how do you explain it's function in reality?
Quantum physics doesn't have a function. It is one way of defining or looking at the world - and the physical laws that govern it - at very small, sub-atomic, levels of scale. Unfortunately these laws cannot be integrated with the laws of gravitation that govern the behavior of the macrocosmic Universe.
This will take a grand unified theory.
just published a hub about it. maybe this will help. http://hubpages.com/hub/quantum-physics … ey-beliefs
by SparklingJewel9 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
by Baileybear6 years ago
When I studied chemistry years ago, I found topics about quantum physics really abstract & the maths made no sense to me (never been much good at calculus etc). I get the general concepts presented eg...
by TruthDebater7 years ago
The common idea in common physics is that reality is not there until we observe it there. Everything is in a superposition until observed and the waves collapse to make the object observational. My question is: We are...
by Sharmeen2 years ago
Quantum physics has proven that this world is a holographic illusion, what do you think?Everything is made out of atoms. If you look closely at an atom using a microscope, you will see gaseous energy. This is ver...
by janesix4 years ago
A scientific theory must be able to make predictions.Quantum mechanics by it's very nature and laws cannot make predictions. Therefore, can quantum mechanics be considered science?Or is it just experimental metaphysics?
by Naetan Avi2 years ago
Do you know much about quantum physics? If so, I'd love to hear anything you might have figured out.While supplying your brain the delicious food of thought, have you come up with anything new to add to quantum...
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