Omg, finally SOMEONE besides me is interested! =D
Okay: Quantum mechanics is a highly successful theory that describes the motions and interactions of particles at a fundamental sub-atomic level. This means that it describes – mostly in a mathematical way – how particles such as electrons and photons (photons are basically particles of light) behave. Pretty much, this description is unusual to say the least. One of its predictions is that particles can be in multiple places or multiple states of existence simultaneously. This is called superposition.
In fact this concept has been proved by the simple 'double-slit' experiment. This is where one fires individual electrons through a sheet of a material with two vertical slits in it, and onto a blank white screen. There is a 50-50 chance that the electron will go through any one slit.
When two electrons meet each other, you see, they stop behaving like particles and start behaving like waves. This means that they produce an 'interference' pattern. These interactions are analogous to those that occur between two water waves or two sound waves. When an individual electron is fired at the two slits, an interference pattern still emerges almost immediately on the screen
I hope that's what you were looking for =D
Omg, finally SOMEONE besides me is interested! =D Okay: Quantum mechanics is a highly successful theory that describes the motions and interactions of particles at a fundamental sub-atomic level. This means that it describes – mostly in a mathematical way – how particles such as electrons and photons (photons are basically particles of light) behave. Pretty much, this description is unusual to say the least. One of its predictions is that particles can be in multiple places or multiple states of existence simultaneously. This is called superposition. In fact this concept has been proved by the simple 'double-slit' experiment. This is where one fires individual electrons through a sheet of a material with two vertical slits in it, and onto a blank white screen. There is a 50-50 chance that the electron will go through any one slit. When two electrons meet each other, you see, they stop behaving like particles and start behaving like waves. This means that they produce an 'interference' pattern. These interactions are analogous to those that occur between two water waves or two sound waves. When an individual electron is fired at the two slits, an interference pattern still emerges almost immediately on the screen I hope that's what you were looking for =D
uhhh.... Are you referring to the Multiverse theory? (the one that says that we exist in an infinite number of universes and all the possible outcomes of a single event have happened in each of the universes, therefore one electron then went X in this universe has also went Y on another universe)
Or the Quantum Entanglement Theory? (The theory that pairs of electrons have been created during the birth of the universe and is connected by an inseparable bond which traverses light years and light years of space. In theory, if you move one electron, an invisible force will traverse billions of light years and reach the other pair and move it "instantaneously".
You mean like, parallel universes?
Yes! Thank you!
Guess not.
yes.