Gerard Hooft’s opinion on the interpretation of quantum mechanics. “Not only may quantum mechanics be a description of the sub-microscopic world that is profoundly different from what is often asserted, particularly concerning ‘what is really going on’, but questions such as these may well be essential for finding new ways of constructing models beyond what is now called the Standard Model of the sub-atomic particles.” See arXiv:2104.03179.

## France and Germany line up for quantum technologies

A €1.8B (€2B) strategy to slingshot France (Germany) into becoming a quantum powerhouse! News on Science Business.

## The probabilistic world by C. Wetterich

An attempt towards a fundamental formulation of physics based on probabilities. Click here.

## Local Quantum Reality

Unperformed measurements have no results. Unobserved results can affect future measurements. V. Vedral tries to convince “you that we should think about quantum reality as follows.” Click here.

## Watching atoms

Watch Atoms of Gold on FeO Move Under an Electron Microscope here.

## The Rebel Physicist Trying to Fix Quantum Mechanics

For a century, quantum theory has been scientific orthodoxy. The Italian physicist *Angelo Bassi *is certain it isn’t the full story — and that he can prove it.

See the article on New York Times.

## Are the electron and proton in a Hydrogen atom entangled?

Qvarfort, Bose, and Serafini provide solutions to this gripping question; see the paper on the arXiv.

## Advances in quantum cryptography

Advances in quantum cryptography have been so fast that it did require another extensive review not even two decades after the Gisin, *et al.*, paper in 2002 [RMP 74 (2002) 145]. Pirandola, *et al.*, hence, supplied avid readers of QKD with such an essential review; for the arXiv version click here.

## Is He Dead?!

“In quantum theory there is no place for *nonlocality*. It has to be get rid of quantum physics.”, says Andrei Khrennikov. Click here.

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