Hi, I'm an 11 year old kid and listened to an iPod podcast several months ago that repeatedly reference to a quantum computer. It was painstaking not knowing what it was, so I went in search of good articles on quantum information. I found a very good one that explained about quibits, decoherence, and entanglement. But I needed more. I read books, and other articles about quantum mechanics, or quantum physics. I figured it's all similar if not the same, and found myself reading about blackbody radiation, and the quantum. I had never heard quantum used as a noun before, and could not grasp very much of it. I soon learned that quantum information was pretty much just the study of quantum computers and mechanics was everything else. But I am still looking all over the Internet and piecing together small bits of information, such as entanglement, the double slit experiment, and the fact that collapsing the wave function was just an equally fancy way of saying decoherence. But my question is: where could an 11 year old boy learn quantum mechanics? If I say this anywhere else without specifying that I'm a kid, everyone tells me to take a college course. And obviously I can't do that. Quantum mecheanics is like a dream come true for me because it is a practical application of math, not just: "what is 6-4?" and it is like classical physics, except with all this mysterious superposition, and particles that know when they are being watched, and collapse into one thing when observed? It sounds like fantasy where if mortal eyes try to see the ancient temple. It will assume the form of something they can comprehend. I dont want some sort of private tutor, but maybe like an online tutorial with experiments and photos? If anyone can help please do! Thanks!