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 understanding?
There are tons of books and college courses on Quantum physics as well as "normal" physics. But the best thing is to study physics, math, and astronomy in order to understand the observable universe.
There is an excellent novel that I read written by a biochemist who became interested in Quantum physics. It's called Quantum Lens and it's by Douglas E. Richards. All of his books are available on Amazon and they are all worth reading. His books are full of facts and real life applications of quantum mechanics and theoretical physics. He writes very well and makes everything fun and interesting as well as mysterious and exciting. He does incorporate a lot of "alien" characters, but they all seem to be in to physics too.
Basically, quantum physics is a field of study that is just now becoming a legitimate field and may lead the way toward inter-planetary travel someday.
Don't be mislead, I am fully aware of what quantum physics is and represents, my question was if anyone had any of their own insights to add to the field
Perhaps you should be reading peer review journals in physics rather than asking about it on HP.
Perhaps, but I often find that the best insights come from those unburdened by an ego.
My views on quantum physics are documented in hubs I have written. I'm of the opinion that ZPE is about to become a huge field. While noetics will be explained by QM.
If you really want to know, Stephen Hawking is answering questions on reddit.com right now. Here is the link: https://www.reddit.com/r/science/commen … n_hawking/
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by janesix 4 years ago
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