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A diagram depicting a twistor -- an extended entity in space and time that can be thought of as a 2-dimensional light ray. Credit: Penrose, R., & Rindler, W. (1986). Spinors and Space-Time (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology The modern-day theoretical physicist faces a taxing uphill climb. "As we learn more,...
Credit: Asim Alnamat by Lisa Zyga (Phys.org)—Physicists have demonstrated that two independently developed concepts—quantum coherence and the nonclassicality of light—both arise from the same underlying resources. The ability to explain seemingly distinct phenomena within a single framework has long been a fulfilling aspiration in physics, and here it may also have potential applications for quantum information technologies. The physicists, Kok Chuan Tan,...
Space Fence Menace, Suborbital Servitude - Dark Journalist w/ Elana Freeland DEVELOPING AN IONIZED SKY When the Soviet Union Fell in 1991, it was widely assumed that the Reagan Bush era SDI Star Wars program was abandoned at that point. Instead, all of the research around Star Wars was reintegrated into a Black Budget Project for building a Space Fence that...
by Dom Galeon In Brief A team of researchers from Harvard University demonstrated a quantum simulator that uses 51 qubits. It's the largest system of its kind yet, and the team's method of using rubidium-based qubits could become a model for full-blown quantum computers. A Different Qubit A quantum simulator isn’t a full-blown quantum computer, let’s get that out first. The main difference...
The proposed optical set-up that could be used to implement the new quantum machine learning algorithm over infinite dimensions. Credit: Lau et al. ©2017 American Physical Society by Lisa Zyga Physicists have developed a quantum machine learning algorithm that can handle infinite dimensions—that is, it works with continuous variables (which have an infinite number of possible values on a closed interval)...
https://youtu.be/BFbCYOfxOnI Nassim Haramein shares his Unified Field Theory about the structure of the universe, drawing from such fields as theoretical physics, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry, and anthropology. We could be part of a multiverse, in the sense that our universe is probably embedded into a larger universe, which itself is embedded in a larger universe, and so on, scaling...
In Brief Now that researchers have created time crystals, the next step is to understand more about this bizarre material. A team of researchers from Harvard University are doing just that in order to explore potential applications of time crystals. Understanding the Bizarre Time crystals can exist — it’s already been proven. Previously, two teams of researchers created their own time crystals that bend...
by Raphael Awen, Guest writer, In5D.com It’s not what you do or don’t do that makes all the difference, but rather how and why you do what you do, or don’t do, that changes the entire world…quite literally…I might add. New science is verifying this to be fact. One might ‘do their part’ by volunteering at a soup kitchen, making a contribution to...
https://youtu.be/940BQ31IIvE Aneel Pandey was born on Manhattan Island, NYC. He has lived in Nashville, Tennessee for the last 28 years where he started a computer software company in 1992 and sold it eight years later with 65 employees to Information Holdings, Inc. in November 2000 shortly before the dot com crash. Transcender was founded on the transhumanistic concept of transcending the...
By Dr. Fahad Basheer Have you observed yourself when you are with people and situations you love the most – you usually witness Time getting exhausted so fast. And in the end you say “How fast has the time passed!” And you would wish to be with these people and situations for a long time. Similarly, when you are with people and situations...