I Think Quantum Physics Is Interesting

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    What'S Not To Like?

    I have always loved science, the study of how our universe works, from the dynamics that drives the galaxies and the millions of stars within each, to the subatomic particles that are the building blocks of all matter. Quantum physics opens a new level of understanding, one that...
    CytherianLord CytherianLord
    46-50, M
    Jun 20, 2013

    Yeah it is interesting

    but first time I heard anything about quantum physics it made my head spin ( my physics class one day when we were learning about parallel circuits I asked if it was possible for one atom of electricity to split to go on each path then combine again and when he explained that to...
    smitlord smitlord
    18-21, M
    2 Responses Sep 13, 2015

    Oddly Yes

    I don't think anyone but my husband knows this about me. And one other friend of mine, who is a psychology major, and it was actually him who told me that my drunk ramblings and ideas (that made me feel like I was insane), was actually in relation to quantum physics (but I didn...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    3 Responses Oct 13, 2012
    MyDarkestDesires MyDarkestDesires
    36-40, F
    Apr 8, 2014

    Poem, Authorship Uncertain

    I came across this, and I don't know who wrote it.  I thought maybe someone in this group would recognize it:   In quantum physics as in love,  in searching out matter and meaning paradox rules.   Protons, being particle and wave, persons, being...
    EvesHarvest EvesHarvest
    56-60, F
    13 Responses Jul 23, 2009

    does someone want help me with my understanding

    of quantum mechanics? i slightly understand it but string theory and quantum mechanics have to be the most complex theories ever!
    mustloveariel mustloveariel
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Feb 28, 2015

    I Have Had Trouble With Physics

    I respect it a lot, and am good at math, but can't seem to penetrate physics to an intuitive level. i've always respected those who can deal with such abstraction, yet about reality. philosophy is a close cousin, also blows my mind.
    themoops themoops
    41-45, M
    1 Response Sep 14, 2012
    ThatOtherGuy17 ThatOtherGuy17
    18-21, M
    3 Responses Feb 16, 2014

    I Like Quantum Physics And Relativity.

    As introduction, read : Quantum mechanics, also known as quantum physics or quantum theory, is a branch of physics providing a mathematical description of much of the dual particle-like and wave-like behavior and interactions of energy and matter. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
    juliegirlie juliegirlie
    41-45, M
    5 Responses Jan 23, 2012

    I am fascinated with the notion

    that in Quantum mechanics the only time a Quantum particle is predictable is when it is measured.. and any other time it is completely unpredictable. It's like quantum particles know when they are being watched!!
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Mar 13, 2014

    So I watched Interstellar,

    and it talked about time in relativity. An hour on a planet = 7 years elsewhere. Say hello to a blackhole and 50 years has passed. It's just so hard to grasp such concepts. Yet time is indeed relative here on Earth. A week may seem like a long time ago, yet a few hours may seem...
    HappieStinger HappieStinger
    41-45, M
    3 Responses Oct 12, 2015

    I just found saying an operator is Hermitian is

    different from saying it is self-adjoint. I am so surprised. It's like the quantum mechanics I learnt in the past is not rigorous enough.
    ExileMyself ExileMyself
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Nov 12, 2015

    Heisenberg's Traffic Stop

    Heisenberg is out for a drive one day when he's stopped by a traffic cop. The cop says 'Do you know how fast you were going?' Heisenberg says 'No, but I know where I am.'
    Joelwantsto Joelwantsto
    51-55, M
    8 Responses Mar 19, 2012

    Don'T Know What To Say

    hi! I love to watch live videos of patys and share
    BLKSKY1972 BLKSKY1972
    41-45, M
    1 Response Jun 27, 2013
    seekeroftruth83 seekeroftruth83
    31-35, M
    5 Responses Oct 12, 2014

    The quantum disciplines in maths

    and physics are very thought provoking. The new concepts are transforming the way we think about things. The lectures you can witness on quantum mechanics are intriguing, and it seriously want to hear more!
    Skjeggstad Skjeggstad
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Sep 26, 2014

    When it comes to understanding the mysteries of

    our universe, this guy seems to get it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv_lVU7Fwpo
    Starchild7 Starchild7
    26-30, F
    Mar 4

    Simultaneous Time

    I have read more than a few comments and stories this group has posted. Apparently, what a yogi told me back in 1973 is now coming to pass...many more spirits are becoming aware of QP on a personal level. He once explained it to us novices as "Time does not move...only...
    Connifer Connifer
    56-60, M
    11 Responses Jul 1, 2011

    A Fascinating Branch of Science

    I find quantum physics rather fascinating, because it's a field that truly drills down into essence of existence. And I find it rather amusing how "uncomfortable" conventional scientists become around theoretical physics... which can often show reproducible results in a...
    Denmarkguy Denmarkguy
    51-55, M
    10 Responses Jan 4, 2008

    The Higgs Boson Particle Isn't A Particle - Why The Search For Subatomic Particles Is An Illusion

    Physicists are a great bunch of folks. They're bright and imaginative, but just like professionals in any other field of science, when educated under the same organized system of beliefs they have the ability to cluster together and share some rather remarkable delusions. The...
    kayaker712 kayaker712
    61-65, M
    3 Responses Feb 27, 2011

    Modern Day Transfiguration - Must Read-

    What you are about to read is fact. There are no embellishments, no deceit, and no misinformation. My name and age are irrelevant at this point in time, but my presence must be made public. What you are about to read is a revelation on life, a testament to truth, and an...
    LifeEmotion LifeEmotion
    26-30
    2 Responses Apr 28, 2012

    Quantum Measurement

    I am retired from teaching mathematics. I am not a physicist, but an interest in physics led me into mathematics in the first place, years ago. Now I am have a little time to pursue my curiosity, generally about the basic concepts of quantum theory. I have been reading...
    robertem robertem
    70+, M
    Oct 1, 2013

    I like the idea that there are multiple

    versions of me with different life choices. The overlapping fields of likelihoods and illusion of time. Quantum computing is what may change our lives, machine learning, modeling, amd optimization. It gives me a nerdgasm. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CMdHDHEuOUE
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Mar 30, 2014

    "I Think, Therefore I Am." - Rene Descartes

     We create our own realities, as suggested by Jane Roberts in her 'Seth Speaks' books. Adepts of Eastern philosophy have long since believed that we are creating parallel universes with our thoughts and emotions, and modern-day theoretical physicists  reinforce these...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    8 Responses Jan 31, 2009

    I Probably Love It

    I've always loved QM. Ever since I came to know of it's existence, anyway. The QM core course was one of the courses that I anticipated very eagerly in engineering college. After months of intellectual starvation, I was looking for a challenge. It did not disappoint. The...
    DesiAngrez DesiAngrez
    22-25, M
    3 Responses Mar 21, 2011

    One of My Stranger Hobbies

    High school. 199something. We studied it for an extra-curricular thing, and it became a hobby. I'm too dumb to really get it, I think, but I love treating it like philosophy. :) Nothing more stimulating than an intense conversation about theoretical science.
    eyes eyes
    31-35, F
    27 Responses Jan 3, 2008

    So if say "my sister" loves vespa's And she

    see's them everywhere and every day. And i dont.. Sometimes but hardly ever.. Is this like schrodingers cat?
    Kiany Kiany
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Oct 19, 2014

    Quantum mechanics (QM – also known

    as quantum physics, or quantum theory) is a branch of physics which deals with physical phenomena at nanoscopic scales where the action is on the order of the Planck constant. It departs from classical mechanics primarily at the quantum realm of atomic and subatomic length...
    Ashishishe Ashishishe
    70+, M
    1 Response Mar 25, 2014

    I just found this group.

    I looked at the posts. I am surprised by the number of persons interested in this subject. Not that i am a big expert on the subject, but here is my take on it. The mathematical aspects of Quantum Physics is nothing more than a set of tools. It allows calculations of...
    SolarCell SolarCell
    56-60, M
    2 Responses Dec 29, 2015
    seekeroftruth83 seekeroftruth83
    31-35, M
    2 Responses Oct 12, 2014

    I don't really understand it.

    .. but it is interesting. Thinking about multiverses blows my mind but I'm not entirely convinced that it's anything more than a theory.
    utahwriter utahwriter
    41-45, M
    Apr 24, 2014

    The fractal idea states that; 'things aren't

    as it seems everything is an illusion but we share certain parts of it and we call it reality....' They always give the depiction of atoms... If solid particles is .01% and the other 99.99% empty space, is ? spirituality in the physical world??thats bound by the physical reality...
    mindfulmermaid mindfulmermaid
    41-45, F
    1 Response Sep 13, 2015

    I do believe the Quantum realm is interesting.

    I believe it is an interesting addition to Physics which of course is the total of Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra, all the way back to basic math. Here is the real dilemma in all of this... ...with properties defined to the point the are why is Gravity that issue that...
    Maestrobiere Maestrobiere
    26-30, M
    Feb 21

    Quantum physics is absolutely fascinating to me.

    I don't know much about it, probably because I am fourteen years old and constantly occupied with completing my math homework on time, but the small sliver of what I do know blows my mind every time I think about it. I'd like to learn more about it, if I ever get some free time...
    Pandemonem Pandemonem
    16-17, T
    1 Response Sep 1, 2014

    Some Of What I Know About How Things Work.

    I am a molecule. I am a sentient being. My molecule is myself plus my earth. Your's is you plus your earth. Our earths can be mostly lined up, but our realities are not the same everywhere. Sentient sentience..... Because I a sentient being, I create sentients when ever I commit...
    christophermichaelblack christophermichaelblack
    41-45, M
    4 Responses Feb 1, 2013

    If I could started again ,

    I would chosen the quantum physics as my major in a college. I think it is our future in next century.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    3 Responses Apr 21, 2015

    Exciting To Imagine

     “Anyone who is not shocked by quantum theory has not understood it.”   - Niels BohrThe thing that intrigues me about quantum physics is how it describes the universe in a way that is beyond measure of how we perceive it.  It is like finding out your cheerful harmless...
    Mirvanna Mirvanna
    36-40, F
    3 Responses Jul 20, 2011

    Quantum physics forces the student to confront,

    and eventually supersede, a handful of assumptions so deeply ingrained in human beings' standard model of reality--a model whose value as a means of survival is due to its having been tested and refined over some two million years of evolutionary development from...
    sicsempertyrannis sicsempertyrannis
    56-60, M
    1 Response Oct 22, 2015

    Scientific Debate About Time And Space

    I have recently seen another talk of time on TV and have thought to myself recently what if its all in our heads, what if time doesn't really exist and is a way of our brain understanding chemical reactions or distance/both etc. after all time is used in everything we would of...
    mower1776 mower1776
    22-25
    1 Response Feb 7, 2013
    mkprz mkprz
    31-35, M
    Sep 25, 2015

    There's this double slit experiment

    and it's about the way we observe things, as far as I could understand.. Apparently, objects act differently when u don't look at it, but once we look at it, it starts to act how we expect them to behave. No time influence no space. This world is playing tricks with us!
    dlaran83 dlaran83
    31-35, F
    8 Responses Aug 1, 2015

    How Much Do We Exactly Know Of Our World?

    I loved science from the very start. I loved the way it could explain so many things and describe everything with such accuracy and precision. Quantum physics has gone a long way in history, recently trying to prove the existence of the Higgs boson, a particle which gives rise...
    benthicflare benthicflare
    18-21, M
    Apr 8, 2012

    Torque depends upon??

    plss answer
    aghahaseeb aghahaseeb
    18-21, M
    1 Response Jul 12, 2015
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