Tag: quantum

Quantum Entanglement & Spooky Action at a Distance

In the 1930s, Einstein was displeased with quantum mechanics. He published a speculation experiment, According to this experiment, the point at which an event occurs in the universe can immediately affect another arbitrary event, He calls it “ghostly meta-range effect” and thinks it is ridiculous Because it means breaking the limitation of relativity on the

How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

A classical computer performs operations using classical bits, which can be either zero or one. Now in contrast, a quantum computer users quantum bits or qubits. And they can be both zero and one at the same time. And it is this that gives a quantum computer its superior computing power. There are a number

Common Physics Misconceptions

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3 Things ‘Faster Than Light’

Here are 3 things you may have heard are faster than the speed of light, but you’d be surprised which ones actually are. I’m Greg, and what the physics is faster than light? What if, when you looked up at the night sky, instead of seeing this, you saw this. You actually would if all