Friday, September 15, 2006

Tech: Unified theory is all very well, but

In quantum mechanics, a particle is in several places at once, yet only exists in one of those places when you look at it.

Obviously, it exists across all space-times in that point. That is why, whenever you view a particle it only appears at one point, because at all other of those points, of that inhabited space, it is in all other space-times in the dimensional universe.

This may or may not speak to concepts of travel or alternative universes. I wouldn't stick my head out.

1 comment:

Bazza said...

H'mmm....I think it was Richard Feynman who said, "If you think you understand quantum mechanics you don't understand quantum mechanics"!