A strange cloud of dust and gas is slowly being sucked into the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. A large, mysterious object is slowly being sucked into the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy, an extreme rendezvous of epic proportions that we’ve closely been following for over two…
Month: February 2023
Scientists prove particles in a quantum system can be rejuvenated
This is heavy stuff…can Ant Man be far behind? LOL The team published papers in Physical Review X, Quantum, Arxiv, Physical Review Letters and Optica on theoretical research and experiments proving it’s possible to “accelerate, decelerate and reverse the flow of time within arbitrary, even uncontrolled quantum systems.” These unique physical processes, capable of disrupting…
Quantum Steampunk Is a Real, Retrofuturistic Field of Physics
The real field of quantum steampunk is cutting-edge science. Scientists are mashing up steamy old thermodynamics and cutting-edge quantum mechanics into a new field they’re calling quantum steampunk. By combining some of the most established 19th-century science with nano-scale quantum technology, researchers say they can solve complex problems that require versatility and skill in both…
Major quantum computing breakthrough could mean the revolution is here
Scientists at Sussex University have managed to transfer data between chips accurately at record speeds. But publishing results in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications, the research team at Sussex University demonstrated a way to transfer information between quantum chips with 99.999993% reliability, the connection rate was 2424/s. For more, check out this Tech Radar story.
Scientists just found a planet that’s stranger than you can imagine
Nothing like a little strangeness to spark the imagination. Like the moon, Wolf 1069 b is “tidally locked” in its orbit, meaning the same side is constantly facing the red dwarf star. As a result, the planet’s “dayside” is perpetually day, and the nightside perpetually night. For more, check out this Mashable story.