Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
Direct imaging of the wave function of an hydrogen molecule
The wave function is not an observable in quantum physics, so it cannot be observed. Only the square of the wave function is an observable. This is one of the basic principles of quantum physics. Those who claim that they are able to observe the wave function are not using the proper language because this is not possible: what they do is to reconstruct it from some measured spectra by making some approximations. It can never be a direct observation.
Chemists baffled by droplet spiraling to its doom
Back in 2011 chemists were baffled when they dropped a single droplet of dichloromethane (DCM) into a beaker of water. DCM is a solvent and commonly used as a paint stripper or degreaser. However, it is not miscible (proportionally mixed) with water and as it has a higher density than water you would expect it to sink in water.
An artistic interpretation of the Einstein Rosen bridge theory
An Einstein Rosen bridge, ER or commonly called a wormhole, is a theoretical passage through space and time that could create shortcuts for long journeys across the universe. Many interpretations and developments of this theory have been rendered on screen and an interesting one is this recent funny short movie made by Olga Osorio.
A novel computational technique to solve the many-particle Schrödinger equation
One of the goals of electronic structure theory is to precisely describe increasingly complex polyatomic systems. The most difficult question in this kind of many-body problematic is to describe electron correlation. While 99% of the question is solved by the classical variation principle, lots of important physics is happening in the remaining 1%. To look into these 1%, there are three know methods and one of them is named the Coupled-Cluster Theory.
New evidences showing that black holes are controlling star formation
At first, black holes were only a theoretical solution to Einstein’s theory of gravity. They were inevitable under some circumstances. It is in the early 1960s with the discovery of quasars in 1963 that black holes became a reality for astrophysicist. While Nassim Haramein showed in his theory black holes are far more than just large vacuum in space sucking all their surroundings, there was not yet proof of this theory, but this has changed with the last paper just published in Nature on the 1st of January 2018.
Invention of an essential component part for quantum computers
One difficulty of making quantum systems is because the qubits have to be maintained coherent during the whole process. Thus, due to the current technology, the qubits must be very close to each other, about 10 to 20 nm apart, in order to communicate. This leaves little room to place the electronics needed to make a quantum computer work. And one of these essential part to make a functional circuit, the circulator, was just invented for quantum systems by a team from the University of Sydney.
A new method to control superconductivity with spin current
As we saw previously, superconductivity is the property of some material to conduct electricity without any resistance. Different materials can be used with the main difference based on the transition temperature which can be in some case a high temperature (actually not so high, only 63 K, the temperature of liquid nitrogen). To better understand what’s happening it is necessary to do a direct atomic-scale control of the magnetic field. And recently, a team from South Korea has tried with success to control by local probes the atomic magnetism demonstrating a correlation with superconductivity.
A more precise measurement of the proton’s magnetic moment
Precise knowledge of the properties of the proton, such as its mass (charge radius, and magnetic moment, lifetime), put parameters for precise calculations in quantum electrodynamics. While the standard model is having difficulties to give a concrete understanding of the Nature of the proton and of its characteristics, Haramein’s theory on the contrary are performing surprisingly very well. Recently more insights were obtained for the proton magnetic moment.
Kepler-90 makes our solar system not the only one with 8 planets!
Yesterday it was announced that an eighth planet had been confirmed to be orbiting the Sun-like star Kepler-90. What makes this news even more remarkable is the fact that it was discovered by an AI – artificial intelligence.
Breaking electron waves provide new clues to high-temperature superconductivity
Superconductivity is a sought-after effect, but unfortunately it only enters this state at extremely low temperatures. Normal conductors are wasteful and inefficient so the desire to understand superconductivity and replicate the effects at higher temperatures is paramount.
A massless particle which could revolutionize electronics
In 2015, after 85 years of searching, researchers have confirmed the existence of a massless particle called the Weyl fermion. With the unique ability to behave as both matter and anti-matter inside a crystal, this quasiparticle is like an electron with no mass. In 2017 new progress were made toward the creation of a Weyltronics technology. Studying Weyl nodes a team from Princeton University found interesting emergent phenomena. They observed that a metallic phase protected by Weyl nodes persists over a finite interval of the tuning parameter.
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