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Lockdown Lab Life
Grounded physicists are exploring the use of online and virtual-reality conferencing, and AI-controlled experiments, to maintain social distancing. Post-pandemic, these positive innovations could make science more accessible and environmentally-friendly.

Is Causality Fundamental?
Untangling how the human perception of cause-and-effect might arise from quantum physics, may help us understand the limits and the potential of AI.

Building Agency in the Biology Lab
Physicists are using optogenetics techniques to make a rudimentary agent, from cellular components, which can convert measurements into actions using light.

Think Quantum to Build Better AI
Investigating how quantum memory storage could aid machine learning and how quantum interactions with the environment may have played a role in evolution.

Outside the Box
A proposed quantum set-up that could predict your game-playing strategy resurrects Newcomb’s classic quiz show paradox.

August 4, 2020

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Reason, if one has a two-particle entangled system, this is nothing more than an extended one-particle system, simplistically the one-particle has been chopped into two bits, the two bits are label thus "entangled".

Problems then arise the farther,(distance) away from original source the entangled system, the entangled pair of particles must be in an extremely pure environment, any "noise", obsticles in its path will reduce the entanglement, back to its source.

Now I do not know...

The problem with the theory is the need to create complete new universes just because of one quantum event. How about combing this theory with entanglement? Instead of separate universes with their own earths, a single universe could have multiple earths that are initially all entanbled. The earths might not need to be in different galaxies. Different outsomes for events would not produce new universes, but cause disentanglement of particles on separate earths. Gradually the different earths...

What happens to a branched of particle, if it enters another world , and is greated by a stadium full of observers?

Is the Everett intepretation to be taken literely in all other woeld?

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