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December 1, 2022

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The FQXi October 15, 2012 Podcast features:
  • Uncertainty about Quantum Uncertainty
  • The Holographic Universe
  • Jiggling Atoms
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Uncertainty about Quantum Uncertainty
Photon experiments put Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle to the test--and find it wanting. (Extended interview with Lee Rozema.)
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The Holographic Universe
Alex Maloney and Robert Brandenberger recast the cosmos as a hologram to find the origin of time.
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Jiggling Atoms
Art, music and particle physics collide at an exhibition in London. We talk to the artists and physicists behind the project.
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