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Line Between Quantum And Classical Worlds Is At Scale Of Hydrogen Molecule November 18, 2007

Posted by Dreamhealer in Quantum.
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ScienceDaily (Nov. 12, 2007) — The big world of classical physics mostly seems sensible: waves are waves and particles are particles, and the moon rises whether anyone watches or not. The tiny quantum world is different: particles are waves (and vice versa), and quantum systems remain in a state of multiple possibilities until they are measured — which amounts to an intrusion by an observer from the big world — and forced to choose: the exact position or momentum of an electron, say. Read More ....

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