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Is action at a distance possible as envisaged by the EPR Paradox?
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Dear reader, What is the excat charge on a electron and proton? What is the net energy in a electron? I...
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Thank you for the suggestion. I should say this is the first thread I am starting since I joined physics forums four...
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Hello, While the majority of physicists embrace the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum decoherence, I am holding...
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Any comments on the Pusey, Barret, Rudolph paper of Nov 11th? I didn't find any references to it via search here in...
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Hi all I know I raised a similar question in the thread "Wave particle duality", but it is already so full of many...
Oct11-07 05:55 AM
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I have some extremely basic questions in QFT. First, P&S discuss causality in QFT in the first chapter of the...
Feb26-08 08:25 AM
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is there anyway of doing bra-ket notation in latex?
Jul26-11 11:18 AM
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quite simply the above question. Why does quantum entanglement not allow for faster than light communication? Thanks
Apr13-13 11:00 AM
83 52,361 I did enjoy Brian Cox's program on quantum mechanics last night, but one...
Aug30-12 02:07 PM
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I'm interested in variouis views on this issue. How far away from a hypothetical center point does the energy of a...
Oct7-10 05:51 PM
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What's the difference between an excitation spectrum and an absorption spectrum for the same molecule? Are the words...
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This showed up on the arxiv blog today: Joy Christian, "Disproof of Bell's Theorem," ...
Feb8-13 01:08 PM
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Einstein said that you don't truly understand something unless you can explain it to your Grandma. I think that this...
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You are no doubt familiar with Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, putting a limit on the accuracy with which we can...
Jan22-12 07:30 PM
San K
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Hello, I am trying to teach myself quantum mechanics so take it easy on me. In 1905, Einstein proposed that...
Jan17-06 06:01 PM
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The famous Bell experiment would somehow proof non-locality and/or traveling of information faster then light. A...
Feb25-07 04:35 PM
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Can anyone please tell me what energy is made of? If this is a really bad question please feel free to eliminate this...
May23-06 08:36 AM
Doc Al
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Hi everybody. I dropped in to Physics Forums for the first time in a while just to see what was going on in one of my...
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how big is a photon? what are its dimensions? if this is a meaningless question, please tell me why...
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Vanadium 50
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I've been trying to mine the web and Wikipedia but all I can find is his personal life, former students and some...
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Hey everybody, since the previous thread got locked I thought I would open this thread as a place to discuss rigorous...
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Hey, just a quick one. Anyone know of some good links to actual photo etc of matter particals? Thanx.
Sep10-10 09:28 PM
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Hello, is it possible to reproduce the double slit experiment at home with some easily obtainable equipment? I was...
Jan3-13 04:11 PM
Pitullie Paul
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I think it's time for the annual quantum interpretation poll. Vote for which interpretation you currently think...
Jun27-12 10:44 AM
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(Part of) The proof/logic of Bell's theorem goes thus: With the measurements oriented at intermediate angles...
Jul2-13 03:37 PM
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I've studied enough of physics and chemistry to find out this question has not yet been answered. All theories derive...
Feb27-09 04:29 AM
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for each massive body is assigned a wave length by the De Broglie formula: lambda=h/mv but, for example, a stone...
Mar18-08 10:25 AM
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Can Schrodinger's Equation be derived without a boundary condition? Particles according to quantum physics are only...
Jan7-08 04:03 PM
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As we know, when we do calculations in QFT, we write down the ampitude, and find that it can be explaind as Feynman...
Jan9-11 06:05 PM
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Preamble: I have yet to find a reason to abandon my support of a LOCAL interpretation of QM; especially in relation to...
May3-07 10:38 PM
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Bohmian Mechanics conflicts with so many observational facts: 1. Bohmian Mechanics severely violates Lorentz...
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from my thinking nonlocality and entanglement are never a problem because in a totally determinstic universe, the...
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I'm a grade 10 student and very much interested in physics. Just wondering the difference between quantum mechanics...
May1-09 03:02 AM
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ive been reading on this forum that virtual particles flat out dont exist?then why is it said they exist for a certain...
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Hi, I recently came across a proof for the De Broglie wave equation in a book, which went as follows: E of...
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When a photon is emitted it goes in all directions ? or just in one ? N, S, E.. Or there is a probability you can...
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There was a recent paper claiming to demonstrate the indivisibility of photons in a beam splitter experiment (the...
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Hello, I wanted to have an idea of what this experiment is. I just passed my 10th grade and so I don't quite grasp...
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