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Top 5 Weirdest Quantum Physics Facts



Today we gonna tell you the top 5 weirdest  quantum Physics  facts. Read below
No. 5 The Atoms are empty. Atoms are 99.9999999999999% empty space. If you forced all the atoms together, removing the space between them, crushing them down so the all those vast empty cathedrals were compressed into the first-sized nuclei, single teaspoon or sugar cube of the resulting mass would weigh five billion tons; about ten times the weight of all the humans who are currently alive. Incidentally, that is exactly what has happened in a neutron star, the super-dense mass left over after a certain kind of supernova.(quantum Physics facts)

No. 4  Almost all of the Universe is missing There are probably more than 100 billion galaxies in the cosmos. Each of those galaxies has between 10 million and a trillion stars in it. Our sun, a rather small and feeble star (a yellow dwarf, indeed), weighs around a billion tons, and most are much bigger. There is a lot of visible matter in the Universe, but it only counts for about 2% of its mass. We know there is more, because it has gravity. Despite the huge amount of visible matter, it is nowhere near enough to account for the gravitational pull we can see exerted on other galaxies. The other stuff is called dark matter, and there seems to be around six time as much as ordinary matter. To make matters even more confusing, the rest is something else called dark energy, which is needed to explain the apparent expansion of the Universe. Nobody knows what dark matter or dark energy is.

No. 3 Speed of light not so constant after all the speed of light in a vacuum is always the same – 300,000km a second. However, light does not always travel through a vacuum. In water, for example, photons travel at around three-quarters that speed. the slowest light has ever been recorded travelling was 17 meters per second  about 38 miles an hour  through rubidium cooled to almost absolute zero, when it forms a strange state of matter called a Bose-Einstein condensate. Light has also been brought to a complete stop in the same mode.

No. 2 Infinite Dimensions According to the current standard model of cosmology, the observable universe, containing all the billions of galaxies, is just one of an infinite number of universes existing side by side, like soap bubbles in a foam. Because they are infinite, every possible history must have played out. But more than that, the number of possible histories is finite, because there have been a finite number of events with a finite number of outcomes. The number is huge, but it is finite. So this exact event, where this author writes these words and you read them, must have happened an infinite number of times.
No. 1 Quantum Physics Entanglement a group of scientists from have been able to achieve teleportation of information. The team has shown that it’s possible to transfer some information between photons. Then they used a laser pulse to create a quantum state known as entanglement, which essentially lets two atoms displace properties from one to the other. The information would travel faster than the speed of light. It would instantaneously displace proprieties, even if the particles would be at 2 different edges of the universe.

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