Aaron O'Connell: Dándole sentido a un objeto cuántico visible

TED2011 · 7:51 · Filmed Mar 2011
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Los físicos están acostumbrados a la idea de que las partículas subatómicas se comportan de acuerdo a las extrañas leyes de la mecánica cuántica, completamente diferente a los objetos a escala humana. En un avanzado experimento, Aaron O'Connell ha desdibujado esa distinción al crear un objeto visible a simple vista, pero que probablemente se encuentre en dos lugares al mismo tiempo. En esta charla sugiere una intrigante forma de pensar el resultado.

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Aaron O'Connell is the first person to experimentally induce and measure quantum effects in the motion of a humanmade object, bridging the quantum and classical worlds. Full bio



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