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Strange and probabilistic, physics at the smallest scales is driving innovation and research into the nature of reality. In this audiobook, we examine the latest mind-bending studies in quantum mechanics, including theoretical mysteries such as entanglement, real-world applications, innovations in communications and computing, and more.

©2020 Scientific American, a division of Springer Nature America, Inc. (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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  • Tom O'Rourke
  • 10-24-21

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The subjects contained are entangled and one or two will amuse. One lecture in particular did invoke childhood and family hood memories of using super cold atoms and building a snowman, the atoms of a snowflake etc, maybe someone will see the funny side of holistic/quantum physics in action indirectly in everyday life and in part align with the added bonus of spotting the essential conduit of all learning, which is the clues.
Tom O'Rourke 1953....?