Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Quantum World
The quantum world is made up of individual particles that don't have to travel through space to go somewhere. This world looks like foam continuously bubbling away. Travel in the quantum world is through the action of cloning, superposition and entanglement. Cloning is the method by which the individual particle reproduces itself at new locations. Superposition means that more than one particle can occupy the same space at the same time because space hasn't a physical reality in the quantum world. Quantum particles don't have to travel through space to get from A to B because space doesn't exist. Entanglement is the method by which a particle transfers information from one point to another point . A quantum particle can bubble many copies of itself at the same approximate location. This means that the bubbling quantum particle at the new location forms a cloud. This cloud may also appear as a wave which we can measure. We can also measure the position of the quanta, but we can't do both measurements at the same time. Different quanta may come together to form units of something else. If these quanta can't be separated out then we say a strong nuclear ( cloud ) force exists between them. This strong nuclear ( cloud ) force can also be considered as an unbreakable wave. If these quanta can be separated out in a reaction then we can say it has a weak nuclear force and a breakable wave that forms relationships with other quanta. Sometimes quanta form a rotational cloud with each other and these clouds carry plus and minus charges. These are your electromagnet quanta forces.