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Physicists can predict (and eventually save) the leaps of Schrödinger's cat

Yale researchers have found a way to capture and rescue Schrodinger's famous cat, the symbol of quantum overlay and unpredictability. Picture credits: Kat Stockton Researchers at Yale have discovered how Schrödinger's famous cat, the symbol of quantum overlay and unpredictability, can be captured and rescued by anticipating its leaps and responding in real time to save them from proverbial demise. …

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How could physicists find a leap in time?

As sci-fi as it may sound, time distortions are not so sci-fi anymore. Experts have already noticed a leap in time, according to the latest reports from Live Science. If you're wondering what this means, a leap in time is a "phenomenon that changes the time flow through acceleration, or makes it slower," according to the online publications. Physicists have …

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If there was a leap in time, how would physicists find it?

It may sound like science fiction, but scientists have already discovered a leap in time. But what does that mean? Basically, a time jump is a phenomenon that changes the flow of time by accelerating or slowing down. Physicists know a leap in time for over 100 years: in fact, they are on a kind of time jump right now. …

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How physicists measured the rarest event ever directly observed

Last week, scientists announced that they had made an incredible physical observation with a pool of liquid xenon. It is officially the rarest nuclear disaster – and really the rarest event ever directly measured. How rare? As I wrote in my previous article about the result: "The average time it takes for one half of the xenon atoms in a …

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