Articles on Twitter have brought to light some super-noval revelations. This from @ProfAbelMendez about teleportation at the quantum level raises a few questions, importantly from my point of view how Uncertainty is managing to slip itself into some unlikely scenes - though I'm not complaining, Prof Cox might have his charlatan detector out for the next wave of new ideas to incorporate the most flexible of quantum principles. http://phys.org/news/2013-08-teleportation-easierbut.html
@BlackPhysicists are reliably exciting in their tweets and have a grand unified array of ArXiv watchers who bring great things to the world like this - http://arxiv.org/abs/1308.4130?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter appearing to be a model template for dark matter, but also referencing the dreaded supersymmetry. Lattice is popular at the moment, which may eventually quell insurgent insistence on the Universe being flat, begging just a little uncertainty, surely!
From @PhysicsNews, who led with the dramatised claim that Luca P. nearly drowned in his space helmet, their post uncovers the fact that the Uncertainty Principle was theorised in the fifth century BC. A gem of a discovery that diamond exhibits the quantum effect named after the man who put it forward with arrows, namely Zeno of Elea. http://www.nature.com/news/quantum-paradox-seen-in-diamond-1.13581
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