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Lichens Aren’t Easy to Understand: What Are These ‘Corals of the Forest,’ Exactly?
Lichens Aren’t Easy to Understand: What Are These ‘Corals of the Forest,’ Exactly?
Admire the small and unassuming things in nature.
Elaine Medline
Nov 13
Quasimodo’s Cat: The Most Concise Possible, Real Valued Alternative to Schrödinger’s Quantum…
Quasimodo’s Cat: The Most Concise Possible, Real Valued Alternative to Schrödinger’s Quantum…
The Wigner Quasiprobability Distribution is an elegant, real valued representation of the quantum state that is the closest one can get to…
Selena Routley
Nov 12
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Submission Guidelines for the Quantastic Journal
Join the Quantastic Writers’ Circle and Submit Your Story!
Sam Vaseghi
Jun 26
Penrose’s Magic Tiles: Where Physics and the Divine Proportion Meet
Penrose’s Magic Tiles: Where Physics and the Divine Proportion Meet
A single number that bridges art, science, and the mysteries of nature
Merry Janson
Nov 11
A Basic Chemistry of Climate Change: Understanding the Chemical Reactions Behind Global Warming
A Basic Chemistry of Climate Change: Understanding the Chemical Rea...
Only when you understand the science of climate change that you will truly begin to care about climate change.
Sasha Kovitz
Oct 26
An Immersive Journey Through the Fourth Dimension
An Immersive Journey Through the Fourth Dimension
It’s easy, but you need the appropriate equipment
Peter Ripota
Nov 6
Surfing the Quantum Wave
Surfing the Quantum Wave
Quantum Hydrodynamics of the Unsquidgable Probability Density Fluid!
Selena Routley
Nov 2
AI on the Podium: Revolution or Mistake in Stockholm?
AI on the Podium: Revolution or Mistake in Stockholm?
About the controversy of the 2024 Nobel Prize in Physics
León Andrés M.
Nov 1
Martian Potatoes? Not So Fast…
Martian Potatoes? Not So Fast…
Martian soil is literally toxic — but scientists are developing solutions.
Alyson Lang
Oct 30
Turing’s Turochamp: The Birth of AI in Games
Turing’s Turochamp: The Birth of AI in Games
An Exploration of Alan Turing’s Chess Program
James Wilkins
Oct 29
Tachyons — Weird, Faster than Light Particles That do NOT Violate Special Relativity!
Tachyons — Weird, Faster than Light Particles That do NOT Violate Special Relativity!
Strangely, this faster than light particle, although it has never been observed, would NOT bring special relativity crashing down in a…
Selena Routley
Oct 28
Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss Are Taboo, and That Makes the Experience Worse
Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss Are Taboo, and That Makes the Experience Worse
We need to break the silence around pregnancy loss. We can do it through science, empathy, and shared humanity.
René F. Najera, MPH, DrPH
Oct 25
Hunting for Heisenberg’s Ideals in the Wild!
Hunting for Heisenberg’s Ideals in the Wild!
The fascinating relationship between the Fourier Transform and the family of functions that minimize the Heisengberg Uncertainty Inequality
Selena Routley
Oct 24
The Possibility of Violation of the Special Theory of Relativity
The Possibility of Violation of the Special Theory of Relativity
Is the Speed of Light Constant in Every Frame?
Merry Janson
Oct 22
The Quantum Computing Jump: A Prime Case for Future-Proof Investments
The Quantum Computing Jump: A Prime Case for Future-Proof Investments
Quantum Computing vis-à-vis AI can drive efficiency and innovation, and elevate industries from niche experimentation to market dominance
Sam Vaseghi
Oct 20
Variational Quantum Eigensolver: How Hybrid Quantum Computers Might Help Develop Faster Drugs and…
Variational Quantum Eigensolver: How Hybrid Quantum Computers Might Help Develop Faster Drugs and…
Using Quantum and Classical Computers to Speed up Simulation Time
Oscar Liu
Oct 19
The Revenge of Schrödinger's Cat!
The Revenge of Schrödinger's Cat!
Schrödinger gets busted by the SPCA, a complete bollocksing by Amelia, Wigner's Friend, and EATEN by his cat! The notion of mixed quantum…
Selena Routley
Oct 18
Nothing New Under the Sun: Anti-Vaccine Sentiment Is as Old as Vaccination
Nothing New Under the Sun: Anti-Vaccine Sentiment Is as Old as Vaccination
From the smallpox vaccine to the mRNA vaccine, the anti-vaccine talking points have not changed… they’ve only gotten louder and more…
René F. Najera, MPH, DrPH
Oct 17
The Dirac Delta Function and Bras Who Eat Kets For Tea!
The Dirac Delta Function and Bras Who Eat Kets For Tea!
Paul Dirac saw that it must be true, and thus launched Hilbert Spaces Rigged for the High Seas!
Selena Routley
Oct 15
How Math Might Shape Our Reality?
How Math Might Shape Our Reality?
From Fibonacci to the Mathematical Multiverse
Merry Janson
Oct 14
Is Technology a Solution or a Problem?
Is Technology a Solution or a Problem?
The Pros and Cons of Reliance on Technology
Barbara Williams
Oct 12
An Outlander’s Guide to Seismic Data Acquisition
An Outlander’s Guide to Seismic Data Acquisition
Understanding the mechanics behind the geophysical data, its acquisition, initial processing, economics and value extraction.
Jose Hugo Elsas
Oct 11
Classical Wavy Optics Shows The Quantum Mechanics’ Foundations
Classical Wavy Optics Shows The Quantum Mechanics’ Foundations
Werner Heisenberg’s Revolutionary Idea that the waves of classical optics might apply to fundamental measurements themselves lead him to…
Selena Routley
Oct 10
Top7 — The First Protein Designed from Scratch: The Science Behind the 2024 Nobel Prize in…
Top7 — The First Protein Designed from Scratch: The Science Behind the 2024 Nobel Prize in…
On Baker’s 2003 work designing a new protein-cited by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in announcing the award
Kevin Blake, PhD
Oct 10
My Great-Grandfather Was the Architect of Quantum Mechanics, but You Probably Don’t Know His Name
My Great-Grandfather Was the Architect of Quantum Mechanics, but You Probably Don’t Know His Name
The reasons may have been political…
Pierz Newton-John
Oct 9
Einstein and the Bomb: Humanity is Where Science and Religion Meet
Einstein and the Bomb: Humanity is Where Science and Religion Meet
Is it really a stretch to say that the value placed on human life by religion is in agreement with the uniqueness and fragility of…
Abhinav Yadav
Oct 6
Digging Deeper into Heisenberg “Uncertainty”
Digging Deeper into Heisenberg “Uncertainty”
First beheld by Werner Heisenberg, the canonical commutation relationship is the ESSENCE of quantum mechanics and gives a deep meaning to…
Selena Routley
Oct 6
Why Do Some Planets Have Rings While Others Don’t?
Why Do Some Planets Have Rings While Others Don’t?
Tidal Disruption and the Roche Limit- A Mathematical Description
Merry Janson
Oct 5
Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment
Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment
Unlocking the Vast Potential of Nanotechnology in Therapy
Pepin
Oct 3
Heisenberg Meets Copernicus: An Ancient Symmetry Principle in Quantum Mechanics
Heisenberg Meets Copernicus: An Ancient Symmetry Principle in Quantum Mechanics
Copernican Notions of Homogeneity of Time, the Deep Intuition of the Flow and the Born Interpretation Define the Quantum Mechanics in its…
Selena Routley
Oct 2
Bunge & Born Foundation Awards: the Horizon of Science in Argentina and the Climate Crisis
Bunge & Born Foundation Awards: the Horizon of Science in Argentina and the Climate Crisis
The Bunge & Born Foundation believes that Argentina “cannot remain on the sidelines of conversations that, although they may seem to be…
Elias Lihueel Brizuela
Oct 2
The Glue Holding the Many Particles Together: A Journey Through Quantum Chromodynamics
The Glue Holding the Many Particles Together: A Journey Through Quantum Chromodynamics
The Strong Interaction is one of the Four Fundamental Forces and the strongest at the range it operates. It is responsible for holding much…
Kasra Samadi
Oct 1
The Pro Life Paradox
The Pro Life Paradox
The Light-bulb Moment…
Barbara Williams
Sep 29
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