Entries by Jack Strangeways

Exploring the Quantum Frontier: Discovering the Potential of Quantum Sensing in Improving Sensitivity and Precision by Jack Stangeways

Quantum sensing is a type of technology that uses the principles of quantum mechanics to measure physical phenomena with high accuracy and sensitivity. Quantum sensing relies on the unique properties of quantum systems, such as superposition and entanglement, to measure physical quantities with high precision. One of the key advantages of quantum sensing is that […]

Unlocking the mysteries of the universe: Einstein and Bohr’s Variables and the quest to understand the world around us by Jack Strangeways

Einstein and Bohr differed in their views on the concept of hidden variables in quantum mechanics. In the early 20th century, the Danish physicist Niels Bohr developed the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics, which is a framework for understanding the behavior of quantum systems. According to the Copenhagen interpretation, the state of a quantum system […]

The Quantum Connection: Exploring the Phenomenon of Entanglement and its Impact on Our Understanding of the Universe by Jack Strangeways

In quantum mechanics, two particles can become “entangled,” meaning that they exhibit a type of correlation that cannot be explained by classical physics. When two particles are entangled, their properties, such as their spin or polarization, become interconnected, even if the particles are separated by large distances. This phenomenon is known as “non-local” behavior. To […]

Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe: Bell’s Inequality Theorem and the Quest to Understand Reality by Jack Stangeways

Bell’s inequality theorem is a theoretical result in quantum mechanics that suggests that certain predictions of quantum theory are incompatible with the principles of local realism. Local realism is the idea that physical systems have definite properties (realism) and that these properties are independent of whether they are being observed (locality). The theorem was proposed […]