Best of Last Week – Parallel worlds, China completes moon round trip and progress in preventing GI cancers

( —Impressive things were happening in physics and the sciences in general last week, starting with a radical new theory from physicists at Griffith University—they are proposing the idea of the existence and interaction of parallel worlds—a many interacting worlds theory that is seeking to take the idea from science fiction to hard science. Also a research team at Brown University wants to know if the wave function of an electron be divided and trapped. Experiments they’re conducting suggest it might indeed be possible. And physicist Lajos Diósi published a paper describing experiments he conducted that showed that spontaneous wave function collapse can suppress acoustic Schrodinger cat states—he’s trying to get in the gap that exists between the physics of the famous cat problem and the reality of the non-existence of real cat states. —> Read More Here


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