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FQXi FORUM: Technology
April 30, 2017

Hyung Choi and the nature of light explored through hyper-entanglement
1 post  •  created by Brendan Foster   •  Feb. 3, 2017 @ 21:49 GMT
"An FQXi mini-grant in 2015 helped fund a project of Member Hyung Choi of Greenville College, on "The nature of light explored through hyper-entanglement". Dr. Choi shared with us the story of his..."

Are We Merging With Our Technology?
21 posts  •  created by William Orem   •  Jun. 28, 2007 @ 20:08 GMT
"Put this one in the Strange New World file: is it possible to use junk DNA as a repository for secret messages? The idea cropped up in science fiction some time ago, but as of now, it's also J..."

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