In the memory of Abbas Kiarostami … by Alireza Nosrati.
Done by the Vienna team. See https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1606/1606.01811.pdf Image is taken from the paper.
by V. Vedral Abstract. I present a simple variant of the Schrodinger cat meets Wigner’s friend thought experiment. If you are shocked by it, you have not understood… Read more “Observing The Observer”
Ref. Copenhagen vs Everett, Teleportation, and ER=EPR, L. Susskind (arXiv:1604.02589) Niels Bohr: If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet. Richard Feynman: We have always… Read more “Three quotes from famous quantum physicists”
“It finally happened! In 2015 three world’s leading experimental groups working on foundational aspects of quantum mechanics announced that they had performed the loophole free tests of… Read more “After Bell”
Forcing research to fit the mould of high-impact journals weakens it. Hiring decisions should be based on merit, not impact factor, says Reinhard Werner. See http://www.nature.com/polopoly_fs.pdf
Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani has been awarded the 2014 Fields Medal. She is the first woman to ever win the Fields Medal. Congratulations on Iranian and women!
I have always wondered why the sound of tearing a piece of paper is different from that of a piece of textile?! Got any idea, I would… Read more “The sound of tearing”
The last slide of a presentation by Terry Rudolph, IICQI-2012, Tehran, Iran.