Tag Archives: Quantum Physics

Strange Science: A New State of Matter?

Physicists working in the field of quantum computing believe they have discovered a new state of matter that has great significance for quantum computing. This new state of matter is called “topological superconductivity,” which is not as easy to remember … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Super-Chilled Helium and Universe Formation

Researchers at Aalto University’s Low Temperature Laboratory have documented “walls bound by strings” in superfluid helium-3. Because helium remains a liquid even at absolute zero, and because it becomes a superfluid at other low temperatures, it has the potential to … Continue reading

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Product Review: Chronochill

As provided by Joachim Heijndermans Art by Dawn Vogel Product Name: Chronochill Max Duozone® – Black Version Price: $389,95 & free shipping Customer Rating: *** with 85 customer reviews In Stock. Product Description: Item Weight:  39lbs/ 17kg. Shipping Weight:  49lbs/ 22kg. … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Schroedinger’s Bacterium?

In a discovery that seems like it might have come from the pages of fiction, scientists have discovered possible evidence of quantum-entangled bacteria. Or have they? The experiment involved bacteria placed between mirrors and bombarded with photons. But some of … Continue reading

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The Salvaged Soul

An essay by an unnamed father, as provided by Tom Lund Art by Errow Collins The engineer never told me his name, but only that he worked at a certain lab not far from the empty little pub in which … Continue reading

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The Window Cleaner

An essay by Venijamin Trayan, as provided by Kaitlin Moore Art by Errow Collins When one wasn’t looking directly at it, the Window was completely invisible. The fine seam between worlds vanished to an edge sharp enough to draw blood. … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Prevent Dimensional Pests

An essay by Cindy Tan Mei Quan, as provided by E. R. Zhang Art by Ariel Alian Wilson Dimensional Pests, the entities we all love to hate. Who hasn’t had an incident with these little big critters popping up through … Continue reading

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An essay by an anonymous witness, as provided by Liam Hogan Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye I lost the man I loved. I threw myself into my work, knowing I would get over him. I was wrong. ~ My life was … Continue reading

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Quantum Entanglement for Better Living

An essay by Fremde Zwilling, CEO, Paradoxical Twins, Inc. Brought to our attention by E. B. Fischadler[1] Art by America Jones One of the most curious developments in quantum physics is quantum entanglement. This is a phenomenon that allows two particles … Continue reading

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Ships Passing in the Night: Romance & Marriage between Lovers from Anti-synchronous Worlds

An essay by Specialist Estaugh Johnten, as provided by Mickey Hunt Art by Errow Collins A frozen image of the park’s playfield looks somewhat like an ordinary playfield on Earth. Families are sitting on blankets with their picnics, a canine … Continue reading

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