Pretty awesome

….But I still don’t get how it works.

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  1. Average Pc Gamer

    H4x!!!!!

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  2. Obviously magic waldodude, obviously magic.

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  3. This is pretty awesome indeed. Now to commercialize it…

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  4. I smell sorcery…

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  5. The great thing about QM is…you’re not supposed to get how it works. Nobody does.

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  6. Andy Fletcher:
    The great thing about QM is…you’re not supposed to get how it works. Nobody does.

    I know that it’s the study of very tiny things (to put it lightly) and while the exact mechanics might be unknown, from what I understand scientists are able to use what they do know to simulate tests with results that that are among the most reliable and accurate as any test out there.

    I also understand that because the theory of gravity works with big objects and quantum mechanics works with tiny objects, it’s all hinting at some as of yet undiscovered theory of unification that would unite the theories of big and small that we could then use to puzzle out phenomena like black holes (very big/dense objects that are now very tiny).

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  7. Just thinking about space, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, gravity and all that jazz makes me realize how uneducated I am. It also makes me kind of angry that grades 9 & 10 science are only half the year long because I want to learn everything I can.

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  8. Do you listen to the rooster teeth podcast? Thats where I saw this first.

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  9. It’s easy. It’s called the Meissner effect, and basically is what happens when you introduce a magnet to a conductor with zero electrical resistance, or a superconductor. You cool any metal down enough and it’s resistance falls to zero, and when you place a magnet near the superconducting material, the superconductor expels the magnetic field, meaning you get to see a counter intuitive floating magnet. Yay for science!

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