Quantum Mechanics

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www.truelightoflife.com — http __ Jeffrey Satinover, MD (psychiatry), quintium.org MS (physics, doctoral candidate in physics). For over twenty years, Dr. Satinover has been an author and practicing psychiatrist. He was until recently a teaching fellow and doctoral student in the department of physics at Yale University, where he has completed a master�s degree as a member of the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics group and Yale’s newly-established WH Keck Foundation Center for Quantum Information Physics. His area of research is in supersymmetric many-body theory as applied to quantum computation. His most recent book, The Quantum Brain, explores the interface of neuroscience, computation, artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics. He is presently completing his doctorate in physics at the Laboratoire de Physique de la Matiere Condensee at the University of Nice, Sophia Antipolis, under the direction of Didier Sornette, pursuing new techniques in the prediction of chaotic time series, with applications to biological systems, climate change and markets. — Dr. Satinover also designs market-neutral trading strategies for hedge funds that integrate statistical and adaptive (ie, neural network, genetic algorithm and evolutionary programming) methods with extremely rigorous data collection, error-trapping and analysis.

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3 things – quantum interference, eye, separateness game

What I consider the most important concepts that came to me during the trip.

“Before the Big Bang?” (2005), the original lecture by Roger Penrose (part 2 of 9)

“Before the Big Bang? A new perspective on the Weyl curvature hypothesis” This is the original lecture by Roger Penrose on his fascinating new model of the universe, its origin and future, and of the “Big Bang”; held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (November 7th 2005). Originally published at www.newton.ac.uk See also www.youtube.com and www.perimeterinstitute.ca for other lectures by Penrose on this theory. See also www.youtube.com for an interview with Roger Penrose on his new model. See also accelconf.web.cern.ch for Penrose’s academic article about his theory. See also arxiv.org for an article about Penrose’s “Before the Big Bang” idea, verifying that some of Penrose’s basic predictions are mathematically correct. NOTE TO THOSE POSTING COMMENTS ON THESE VIDEOS: Please stay focused on the topic. All irrelevant comments will be removed without warning. SUMMARY: There is now a great deal of evidence confirming the existence of a very hot and dense early stage of the universe. Much of this data comes from a detailed study of the cosmic microwave background (CMB)—radiation from the early universe that was most recently measured by NASA’s WMAP satellite. But the information presents new puzzles for scientists. One of the most blatant examples is an apparent paradox related to the second law of thermodynamics. Although some have argued that the hypothesis of inflationary cosmology solves some of the puzzles, profound issues remain. In this talk

“Before the Big Bang?” (2005), the original lecture by Roger Penrose (part 4 of 9)

“Before the Big Bang? A new perspective on the Weyl curvature hypothesis” This is the original lecture by Roger Penrose on his fascinating new model of the universe, its origin and future, and of the “Big Bang”; held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (November 7th 2005). Originally published at www.newton.ac.uk See also www.youtube.com and www.perimeterinstitute.ca for other lectures by Penrose on this theory. See also www.youtube.com for an interview with Roger Penrose on his new model. See also accelconf.web.cern.ch for Penrose’s academic article about his theory. See also arxiv.org for an article about Penrose’s “Before the Big Bang” idea, verifying that some of Penrose’s basic predictions are mathematically correct. NOTE TO THOSE POSTING COMMENTS ON THESE VIDEOS: Please stay focused on the topic. All irrelevant comments will be removed without warning. SUMMARY: There is now a great deal of evidence confirming the existence of a very hot and dense early stage of the universe. Much of this data comes from a detailed study of the cosmic microwave background (CMB)—radiation from the early universe that was most recently measured by NASA’s WMAP satellite. But the information presents new puzzles for scientists. One of the most blatant examples is an apparent paradox related to the second law of thermodynamics. Although some have argued that the hypothesis of inflationary cosmology solves some of the puzzles, profound issues remain. In this talk
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Experimental research on physics and hardware for quantum information processing

[Keio Spintronics Network – Tarucha-Oiwa Laboratory , University of Tokyo] Tokyo University’s Tarucha-Oiwa Laboratory is doing experimental research on physics and hardware for quantum information processing, which utilizes electron transport, spin correlation, and spin in low-dimensional electron systems. The laboratory is looking at electron systems in one and zero dimensions, which can be achieved through semiconductor microfabrication. The researchers study the fundamental physics of many-body effects in artificial atoms and molecules, spin phenomena in strong magnetic fields, the effects of conduction phenomena on electron and nuclear spin, electronic properties in one-dimensional Tomonaga-Luttinger liquids, and spin quantum computing. In addition, the Lab is developing a method of observing state density directly, using a surface-sensitive scanning probe. “In our Lab, the main theme is how to precisely control, investigate, and utilize the quantum mechanical properties of the most basic particles in semiconductors — the atoms. We started this research about 15 years ago. At that time, when we fabricated small structures called quantum dots, we were the first in the world to find out experimentally how to confine electrons in quantum dots, investigate their properties, and control their states.” When electrons are injected one by one into artificial atoms, they occupy orbits, due to the quantum confinement effect, and take on energy levels, like those in real atoms
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Modern Quantum Theory Quark (a “song”)

My final project for SPU 20… Lyrics: I am the very model of a modern quantum theory quark, I make up everything you know from minerals to Tony Stark Think of the smallest thing you can, I’m smaller than an atom’s parts To understand me, Harvard kid, you’ll have to use all of your smarts Let’s start off with the basics, you know atoms are the building blocks Inside the atom, protons, neutrons, and electrons, not a shock But let’s go smaller, shall we, to the really fundamental bits To quarks, force carriers, and leptons, see what you can make of it. Let’s start with quarks, they’re particles, not characters from DS9 There are six flavors, they’re in pairs, know all of them and you’ll be fine There’s up and down, and charm and strange, and top and bottom, that’s all six These particles are fundamental, take that with an asterisk Now quarks have charge, but here’s the thing, that charge is not an integer For up and charm and top, just know it is a positive two thirds For down and strange and bottom it’s one third but it is negative. For each of these the anti version’s charge is plus or minus switched. Quarks come in hadrons only, these are little groups of two or three The groups of two and three are mesons, baryons respectively A proton is a baryon, a neutron is a baryon But a quark and anti-quark’s a meson, now it’s time to carry on Now on to leptons, you’ll find there are only six of those to see Each neutrino and matching lepton make up lepton families The negative 1
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Nikola Tesla’s Gravity in two minutes.

Nikola Tesla was working on a theory that would explain instantaneous action at a distance within a gravitational field. This theory was never published and is part of his missing secrets. But he said the Earth is like a charged metal ball moving through space which creates the enormous, rapidly varying electrostatic forces which diminish in intensity with the square of the distance from Earth, just like gravity. Since the direction of propagation radiates from Earth, the gravity is towards Earth. The theory in this short video is called Quantum Atom Theory and gravitation part of this is based on the work of people like Tesla and Newton. More Videos The Paradox of Schrodinger’s Cat, Quantum Mechanics an artist view, The Secret of Time and The Twin Paradox Any help in the promotion of this theory on You Tube or in the scientific community will be gratefully welcomed. www.quantumartandpoetry.blogspot.com

“Before the Big Bang?” (2005), the original lecture by Roger Penrose (part 3 of 9)

“Before the Big Bang? A new perspective on the Weyl curvature hypothesis” This is the original lecture by Roger Penrose on his fascinating new model of the universe, its origin and future, and of the “Big Bang”; held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (November 7th 2005). Originally published at www.newton.ac.uk See also www.youtube.com and www.perimeterinstitute.ca for other lectures by Penrose on this theory. See also www.youtube.com for an interview with Roger Penrose on his new model. See also accelconf.web.cern.ch for Penrose’s academic article about his theory. See also arxiv.org for an article about Penrose’s “Before the Big Bang” idea, verifying that some of Penrose’s basic predictions are mathematically correct. NOTE TO THOSE POSTING COMMENTS ON THESE VIDEOS: Please stay focused on the topic. All irrelevant comments will be removed without warning. SUMMARY: There is now a great deal of evidence confirming the existence of a very hot and dense early stage of the universe. Much of this data comes from a detailed study of the cosmic microwave background (CMB)—radiation from the early universe that was most recently measured by NASA’s WMAP satellite. But the information presents new puzzles for scientists. One of the most blatant examples is an apparent paradox related to the second law of thermodynamics. Although some have argued that the hypothesis of inflationary cosmology solves some of the puzzles, profound issues remain. In this talk

What the Bleep!? In San Fransisco 1-3

In March 2005 scientists from the feature film What The Bleep Do We Know!?, Fred Alan Wolf PhD, William Tiller PhD, and Jeffrey Satinover MD, met with foremost Kabbalist Michael Laitman PhD from Israel, in the panel discussion ״Quantum Physics Meets Kabbalah.״
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