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Yates, Brent R. (2011)
Languages: English
Types: Preprint
Subjects: Physics - Popular Physics

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arxiv: Quantum Physics, Physics::History of Physics
Even Einstein has to be wrong sometimes. However, when Einstein was wrong he created a 70 year debate about the strange behavior of quantum mechanics. His debate helped prove topics such as the indeterminacy of particle states, quantum entanglement, and a rather clever use of quantum entanglement known as quantum teleportation.
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