Wednesday, January 1, 2020

How to Track the Secret Movement of Elusive Unobserved Quantum Particles

The researchers from Cambridge University have discovered a way to observe mysterious quantum particles even without directly observing them and they have demonstrated the ability to track uncontrolled or unobserved quantum particles instead of measuring the quantum body itself while testing how quantum objects interact with their environment.
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The researchers from Cambridge University have discovered a new way to track unobserved quantum particles.

How to Track the Secret Movement of Elusive Unobserved Quantum Particles

Secret Movements

The basic principles of the quantum theory include that quantum objects are present in the form of waves or molecules, but are not actually in fact until they are subject to measurement.

Identification and tracking of quantum objects are not under observation, but scientists have recently encountered this problem and have proven the possibility of tracking "uncontrolled quantum particles".

The team of researchers from Cambridge University demonstrated the ability to track uncontrolled or unobserved quantum particles instead of measuring the quantum body itself while testing how quantum objects interact with their environment.

Molecules can trace their environment during their movement, and any contact or interaction with the environment that can encode information within those molecules.

The researchers have developed a way to map these interactions without having to monitor them directly.

In pursuing these interactions, they discovered their ability to decipher that information from the molecules at the end of the experiment after observing the molecules, allowing them to closely track the movement of quantum particles and observe their behavior.



The Forbidden Domain

The new method of tracing uncontrolled quantum particles may allow scientists to test old predictions in quantum mechanics.

It includes ideas such as the possibility of a molecule in two places at once, or applications such as "mental telepathy," in which information travels between people without the passage of molecules between them.

This research not only proves what was previously impossible in the physical world but also helps scientists to investigate the possibility of psychotropic psychosis.

More importantly, it helps to expand scientists' knowledge of molecular waves, previously thought to be pure computing tools used to predict the results of quantum experiments only.

During their experiment, researchers discovered the direct correlation of coded information in quantum molecules after each waveform interaction.

They have claimed that the results of the study suggest a close correlation between the wave function and the real state of molecules and they have discovered the prohibited scope of quantum mechanics: stabilizing the path of quantum particles in a period where they are not monitored.


Reference: ScienceAlert

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