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quantum mechanics

quantum mechanics,

n the application of quantum theory to statistical mechanics to explain the properties of matter when examined at the subatomic level. See also quantum.
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Retailers may order Science Discovers God: The Mystery of Quantum Physics and Light through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.
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From Graz, Vienna, and Prague to Breslau, Leiden, Copenhagen, and Manchester the saga of quantum physics develops as a remarkable multinational European enterprise.
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We take a look at the magical theories that could see the black arts of quantum physics applied to Harry's incredible world and see if they may one day come true.
Waite has produced a two-hundred-plus page book, 'Quantum Investing', which details the intricate theory of quantum physics and mechanics and aims to show how the science could be used in future technologies.
A conceptual artist who once sealed himself in a soundproof box for ten days - to explore the relationship between quantum physics and meditation - is to become a Staffordshire stately home's very own hermit.
Summarizing and continuing the discussions of Religion and Science, Barbour inquires into the relation between God and contemporary cosmology, quantum physics, evolution, genetics, and neuroscience.
Based on the laws of quantum physics, a new type of encryption may offer better protection for companies willing to pay a premium.
He seems to think that technology was born with the scientific method on the day the Middle Ages expired, and he stretches the implications of quantum physics beyond recognition.

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