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Posted by on Oct 26, 2012 in Quantum Mechanics Research, General Science | 0 comments

Spin and Quantum Computers

One day I am sure that physics will view Nature as real. Throughout history initial ideas of non-local effects, also called “action-at-a-distance”, have been repudiated and replaced with something more physically reasonable. The most well-known examples are the early attempts to understand gravity and electromagnetism. So it will be with non-locality between entangled particles.

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Posted by on May 23, 2011 in Some reminiscences | 0 comments

Life after NMR : My Journey to Quantum Weirdness

Well maybe I am being stubborn and accept that non-locality is a property of Nature. However it is the most worrying aspect of quantum mechanics, an otherwise fantastically successful theory of the microscopic. It has got to the point that since no answer has yet been found, the vast majority of physicists (I believe grudgingly) accept the statistical nature of the microscopic and believe indeed that God does play dice.

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