By playing two tiny drums, physicists have provided the most direct demonstration yet that quantum entanglement β€” a bizarre effect normally associated with subatomic particles β€” works for larger objects. This is the first direct evidence of quantum entanglement in macroscopic objects. nature.com/articles/d4158…
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Sunlight inactivates coronavirus 8 times faster than predicted. Study found the SARS-CoV-2 virus was 3 times more sensitive to the UV in sunlight than influenza A, with 90 % of the coronavirus's particles being inactivated after just half an hour of exposure to midday sunlight in summer. sciencealert.com/sunlight…
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TIL that a study from the University of Connecticut found that cholesterol in egg yolks does not raise the LDL cholesterol particles that are associated with the development of cardiovascular disease. bodybuilding.com/fun/prot…
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[Sea of Craft] We've been working on this physics-based sandbox game with intense sea battles. Check out our particle physics tests! gfycat.com/difficultdecim…
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Where Did The Universe's Antimatter Go? Scientists Inch Closer To Solving The Mystery. New particle accelerator data from the T2K experiment could finally tell us where all the antimatter went. discovermagazine.com/the-…
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Particles anywhere
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WOW: Researchers in the Netherlands have created the first multi-node quantum network, a step closer to building a "quantum internet" using entangled particles! livescience.com/three-nod…
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A fountain I made using the /particle command v.redd.it/ivrexflc6pv61
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Biiig mistake. He should have found more particles and brought her back
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By playing two tiny drums, physicists have provided the most direct demonstration yet that quantum entanglement β€” a bizarre effect normally associated with subatomic particles β€” works for larger objects. This is the first direct evidence of quantum entanglement in macroscopic objects. nature.com/articles/d4158…
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[Sea of Craft] We've been working on this physics-based sandbox game with intense sea battles. Check out our particle physics tests! gfycat.com/difficultdecim…
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The way dust particles, caught in a shaft of sunlight, are displaced by Ellie’s movement. Such incredible detail. v.redd.it/l0ywjxcub4w61
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GGG, let me turn off some of the particle effects already.

Look, I know my computer isnt great, it's not the newest thing, but I used to be able to play this game without lagging down to zero frames constantly. Every time I have Drox spawn in on a map I'm playing a constant game of off screen everything or just die when all their purple bubbles spawn and my system throws a hussy fit. Please let us lower the particle effects on this damn game. Streamers with super rigs will still be playing on high settings, your game will still look good, just stop this nonsense and give us some control.

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High on Particle System
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I made a growth particle simulation and fake wind effect with geo nodes! v.redd.it/5ny7rmo64iy61
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Stormtrooper in the rain. Got a ton of practice with particles!
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The particles move according to the movement of the controler?! v.redd.it/lq15x1rlfpu61
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Soft clippers turn digital data to air particles!
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Airborne snow particles reflect the setting sun behind the Alphubel summit in Switzerland, forming a spectacular snowbow. OC. 420 Γ— 2185
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Surfing AK on the particle boards v.redd.it/dhlofboy0mr61
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Was editing today and paused just as a particle effect made the Knight look like their eyelash game was on point.
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Particle radiation from a cloud chamber I built a few years back! v.redd.it/9brgsrz7acs61
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TIL About Einstein's "Year of Miracles". In one year he published 3 papers that changed modern physics. The first about the particle theory of light (won him his Nobel Prize), the second led to people accepting the existence of atoms, and the third introduced special relativity (E=mc^2). He was 26. npr.org/2005/03/17/453832…
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after the super high res bullet decal now they add high res Particle effect to it, are devs didnt know these shit makes lag? this is low settings btw v.redd.it/4y8cjt3z10z61
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Volvo pls fix ur game, HS not registered but particle effect still there. Happened yesterday v.redd.it/gd1m1xolb3x61
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They aren't planning on fixing caustics thinned out particles.
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First 70 states of a particle trapped in a circular well v.redd.it/uqdwum64ryp61
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This is volcanic lighting, caused by particles in volcanic ash colliding to make static electricity.
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Reworked my fluid-shadow shader so even the debris particles get to play a bit :) v.redd.it/ursbpifeeww61
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Anatoli Bugorski. The only man ever who survived hit by proton beam with the power of 76GeV. This happened on 13 of July 1978 when he sticked his head in particle accelerator to spot an error that was sabotaging the experiment.
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playing with proximity modifier and particles
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Ghost particle that crashed into Antarctica traced back to star shredded by black hole cnet.com/news/ghost-parti…
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Scientists find evidence of a subatomic particle disobeying the known laws of physics nytimes.com/2021/04/07/sc…
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10,010 particle sim w/sound v.redd.it/0zs2o0i9f0y61
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What does it mean for a particle to have no mass ...?
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Serious question, my boyfriend is renovating our home. It was built in 1900 exactly. I'm terrified of asbestos. We found this, does this indicate anything? He broke through 2 layers of wall and particle board glued to it and found this.
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To help rehabilitate the land in Japan after the 2011 tsunami Buddhist monks began passing out seeds for sunflowers and other plants known to soak up radioactive particles. More than 8 million sunflowers were planted within the first six months after the disaster
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Headcanon of when Ranboo goes to visit Micheal, chat likes to play with him :D ⟟ also canonically claim particle 888 πŸ‘
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Why (some) particles have mass and spin

There is a really cool application of representation theory to physics which philosophically explains where mass and spin come from (in a sense at least). Let me try to explain this from the ground up to maybe incentivize more people to learn about physics -- there's some really good math in there!

To begin, in special relativity one equips space-time R^4 with a different inner product than usual: g(v, w) = v^0 w^0 - v^1 w^1 - v^2 w^2 - v^3 w^3 (the upper indices refer to the components of the vectors, as is customary in physic). To briefly see why, consider that g(v, v) = 0 if and only if (v^0)^2 = (v^1)^2 + (v^2)^2 + (v^3)^2, which if you think of this as a velocity vector means you're dealing with something that 'moves as much in time as it does in space', i.e. light (using c = 1). It's possible to push this logic further to show that all observers agree on this inner product. That is to say that the allowable changes of coordinates in R^4 are those which preserve this metric. The ones fixing the origin are automatically linear and form the Lorentz group O(1, 3), whose connected component of the identity is SO+(1,3) (the Lorentz transformations that preserve both time and space orientations). If you also allow translations of spacetime you get the PoincarΓ© group (with connected component of the identity) R^4 |x SO+(1,3) (this is my shitty ASCII attempt at a semi-direct product sign).

Now let's bring quantum mechanics into the picture. In QM, the state of a system is described via a vector in a Hilbert space. So let's suppose we want a Hilbert space which describes the possible states of some type of elementary particle. If we want a relativistic theory, then different observers should agree on the state -- this doesn't mean they see the same state, but rather that given an element of the PoincarΓ© group, there should be a unitary transformation of this Hilbert space that maps the state one of them sees to the state the other sees. This means our Hilbert space needs to come with a unitary representation of the PoincarΓ© group! But actually, not quite -- in QM it makes no difference if you multiply your state vector by some unit complex number. So it should really be a representation 'up to multiplication by a unit complex number', which is called a projective representation. [A t

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Finally got the Particle Accelerator up and running
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How can I make the grass not look so patchy? I'm using a particle system.
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Cern experiment hints at new force of nature - Experts reveal β€˜cautious excitement’ over unstable particles that fail to decay as standard model suggests theguardian.com/science/2…
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Happy May the 4th! Made his Lightsaber green cause it was blue last time. I even added particle effects of the top. Let me know if you'd like to see a colored version of this edit.
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4 new particles were found at CERN β€” and they could crack the secrets of nature’s laws thenextweb.com/science/20…
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1 mol equals 6.02x10^23 particles
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How exactly do quantum computers simulate molecular/particle interactions better than classical computers?

I’m struggling to understand why quantum computers can simulate nature better than classical computers.

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Time evolution of a quantum particle in a 2D box v.redd.it/mkuod0mt7bm61
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