How spooky is quantum physics? Pretty freaking unknowably spooky, according to researchers and more stories from the quantum realm.
“Albert Einstein famously said that quantum mechanics should allow two objects to affect each other’s behaviour instantly across vast distances, something he dubbed “spooky action at a distance.” Decades after his death, experiments confirmed this, but to this day, it remains unclear exactly how much coordination nature allows between distant objects. Now, five researchers say they have solved a theoretical problem that shows that the answer is, in principle, unknowable.” — Nature
3 Ways Quantum Computing Can Help Us Fight Climate Change — Big Think
Quantum physics: Controlled Experiment Observes Self-organized Criticality — Phys.org
Here’s How Quantum Mechanics Lets Heat Cross a Vacuum — Science News for Students
The Fastest-Spinning Object Ever Made Could Help Spot Quantum Friction in a Vacuum — Science News
Instant, Secure ‘Teleportation’ of Data in the Works — Network World
Controlling Qubits With Microwave Pulses Reduces Quantum Computer Error Rates, Increases Efficiency — Quantum Daily
Quantum Computing is cool at Intel’s Ronler Acres campus — Hillsboro News Times
Quantum Computing Could Be The Next Big Thing for Cloud Providers — CNN
Will France’s €5.5 Billion Startup Investment Pledge Bear Fruit For Quantum Computing?– The Quantum Daily
IBM Now Has 100 Quantum Computing Customers — Motley Fool
Why Should Non-Physicists Learn About Quantum Mechanics? — Forbes
Quantum Applications Scientist — Zapata
Mitacs Intern – Quantum Machine Learning Researcher — 1QBit
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