Sometimes it is quite difficult to explain quantum physics to the public with not such an expertise in the field. Where is the limit between classical physics and the quantum world? Does this limit exist at all? I found this article quite explanatory to understand how scientists work to find out the boundaries of the quantum properties. Hopefully you find it delightful as well!
The Hubble telescope has gathered data for many years and the some results are astonishing. Enjoy this video of a shock collision inside black hole jet!
A new discovery in Quantum Physics which might lead to new technologies. Because understanding the way nature works never ends… click on the picture below to know more!
It is difficult to understand the Standard Model of particle Physics, and even more if we take into account that the model is not yet complete. A new rare particle might have been detected..
If you would like to understand more about particle physics you can click here.
And to enjoy the last discovery at CERN click directly on the picture below:
Personally I believe in the idea of multiverse. Macroscopically the probability of the Quantum Physics gives rise to the different "options" and hence to multiple worlds. Does it mean that there is infinite number of universes and therefore infinite US making different things? Well, infinite is just a number, right? By clicking on the picture below you can discover more about the different interpretations. What is your point of view?
I really wanted to share this post with all of you. Not only because it is given some access to another very interesting links but because the idea of the present future and where we are heading is well described. Enjoy!
Probably you heard that there is not such kind of thing as a monopole, that in nature dipoles are the only possibility. Well, for some years the theory showed that monopoles do exist, but until now there was no experimental observation. Please click on the picture below to know more about this fabulous discovery! Quantum Physics is once more proved right.