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  • The Double Slit Experiment

    The Double Slit Experiment

    Quantum answers #3 – The Double Slit Experiment This video suggests that particle-wave dualism is responsible for the confusion around the double slit experiment.  If you remove that assumption – and use the Transactional and Many-world interpretations – a more plausible explanation becomes apparent.

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  • Do we have free will?

    Do we have free will?

    Quantum answers #2 – Is there free will? This video answers this question using the Many-world and Transactional interpretations of quantum mechanics.  The surprising answer is revealed in the introduction.

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  • Cat in the Box

    Cat in the Box

    You think you know the story. Cat in the Box, based on one of the most well-known quantum physics theories, is an indulgently playful film that spins a fresh new take on how we can see this concept in real life. Just what is the cat in the box?

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  • Prism Part 1 – Splitting Atoms

    Prism Part 1 – Splitting Atoms

    A young man after failing to tell the girl he truly loves how he feels, struggles to come to terms with his decision. As he walks away feeling dejected, he begins to over analyse the very fabric of his choice and the ability to make a choice within a universe defined by The Many Worlds Theory by Hugh Everett. This film explores how choices in our everyday lives maybe made in a multiverse in the form of The Many Worlds [...]

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    Artur Ekert is the founding Director of Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore (quantumlah.org). He is also – one could say parallelly – the Lee Kong Chian Centennial Professor at the National University of Singapore and the Professor of Quantum Physics at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK. He is one of the pioneers of quantum cryptography. In his non-academic life he is also an avid scuba diver, and a pilot. Some say he can be in many places [...]

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