Wormhole Tunnels in Spacetime May Be Possible, New Research Suggests

There may be realistic ways to create cosmic bridges predicted by general relativity.

Scientific American

Topics: Black Holes Entanglement Relativity

The Most Famous Paradox in Physics Nears Its End

In a landmark series of calculations, physicists have proved that black holes can shed information, which seems impossible by definition. The work appears to resolve a paradox that Stephen Hawking first described five decades ago.

Quanta Magazine

Topics: Black Holes Entanglement Gravity Quantum Gravity Quantum Mechanics String Theory

Quantum Mechanics Is Immune to the Butterfly Effect

That could help with the design of quantum computers.

The Economist

Topics: Entanglement Quantum Mechanics

Is Causality Fundamental?

Untangling how the human perception of cause-and-effect might arise from quantum physics, may help us understand the limits and potential of AI.

FQXi

Topics: Entanglement Particles Quantum Mechanics

Wormholes Reveal a Way to Manipulate Black Hole Information in the Lab

A proposal for building wormhole-connected black holes offers a way to probe the paradoxes of quantum information.

Topics: Black Holes Entanglement Information Quantum Gravity Quantum Mechanics Relativity

Quantum Darwinism, an Idea to Explain Objective Reality, Passes First Tests

Three experiments have vetted quantum Darwinism, a theory that explains how quantum possibilities can give rise to objective, classical reality.

Topics: Entanglement Quantum Mechanics Reality Superposition

Quantum Monism Could Save the Soul of Physics

The multiverse may be an artifact of a deeper reality that is comprehensible and unique.

Topics: Entanglement Multiverse Quantum Mechanics Reality Universe

Einstein’s Quantum Riddle

Join scientists as they grab light from across the universe to prove quantum entanglement is real.

NOVA, WGBH

Topics: Entanglement Particles Quantum Mechanics Reality

Why Is the Quantum So Mysterious?

Quantum mechanics is how the world works at deepest levels. But nobody has any idea why.

Closer To Truth

Topics: Entanglement Quantum Gravity Quantum Mechanics Relativity Superposition

Usurping Quantum Theory

The search is on for a fundamental framework that allows for even stranger links between particles than quantum theory. It could lead us to a theory of everything.

Einstein’s ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ Spotted in Objects Almost Big Enough to See

The vibrations of two drumheads the width of a human hair are among the largest objects ever to have exhibited quantum entanglement.

Science

Topics: Entanglement

Physicists Find a Way to See the ‘Grin’ of Quantum Gravity

A recently proposed experiment would confirm that gravity is a quantum force.

Topics: Black Holes Entanglement Quantum Gravity Quantum Mechanics

You Thought Quantum Mechanics Was Weird: Check Out Entangled Time

The assumption is that the ‘nonlocal’ part of quantum nonlocality refers to the entanglement of properties across space. But what if entanglement also occurs across time? Is there such a thing as temporal nonlocality? The answer, as it turns out, is yes.

Aeon

Topics: Entanglement Metaphysics Quantum Mechanics

How Quantum Trickery Can Scramble Cause and Effect

Logic-defying experiments in quantum causality can twist the notion of time itself.

Nature

Topics: Entanglement Quantum Mechanics Superposition

Quantum Reality: Space, Time, and Entanglement

Ninety years after the historic double-slit experiment, the quantum revolution shows no sign of slowing.

World Science Festival

Topics: Black Holes Brian Greene Entanglement Quantum Mechanics

Is Consciousness in the Physical World? We May Be About to Find Out.

A physicist has an experiment to see if the mind operates on a quantum level.

Big Think

Topics: Consciousness Entanglement

Experiment Reaffirms Quantum Weirdness

Physicists are closing the door on an intriguing loophole around the quantum phenomenon Einstein called “spooky action at a distance.”

The Experiment That Will Allow Humans to “See” Quantum Entanglement

We’ve puzzled over the nature of entanglement for almost a century. Now physicists have devised a way for us to “see” it for the first time.

Physics arXiv Blog, MIT Technology Review

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