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Quantum “Uncollapse” Muddies Definition Of Reality

Quantum theory says that quantum particles have wave-like properties and can exist in many places at once. Why the objects we see around us every day – in what physicists call the classical world – don’t behave this way despite being made of these very same quantum particles is a deep and fundamental question in […]

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Real And Virtual Systems Merged In Mixed Reality State

Using a virtual pendulum and its real-world counterpart, scientists at the University of Illinois (UI) have created the first mixed reality state in a physical system. Linking the systems using “bidirectional instantaneous coupling”, each pendulum “sensed” the other, their motions became correlated, and the two began swinging as one. “In a mixed reality state there […]

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