A philosopher has been setting our thinking about quarks in a strange, and rather charming, spin with his thoughts on the limits of consciousness.
A Connecticut professor has designs for a machine that, while maybe not taking him to King Arthur’s court, could travel back in time.
A new paper drawing on an old thought experiment points out just how subjective the idea of objective reality might be.
And, it is using ‘spooky action at a distance’ of quantum entanglement.
Researchers have discovered a new super-conductive miracle material that may become the new silicon for the coming generations of supercomputer.
A triple laser-split photon has been used to demonstrate the first ever qutrit teleportation and the possibilities for cryptography are breathtaking.
Quantum physics has long baffled even the greatest minds in science.
Has science finally found a way to visit other mirror Universes, or even a multiverse, beyond our own?