It may take a long time to translate this "very fundamental research" into practical applications, Lee says. The work could possibly lead to advances in data storage or communications, he says - perhaps using an exotic quantum phenomenon called long-range entanglement, in which two widely separated particles can instantaneously influence each other's states. The findings could also bear on research into high-temperature superconductors, and could ultimately lead to new developments in that field, he says.
The Stealth Hippopotamus: [img703.imageshack.us image 362x266]Everything went quantum didn't it?
I_Am_Weasel: You've never heard of the Quantum Squid? It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less time than the other one.
error 303: So what happens when I rub it on my junk?
NuttierThanEver: error 303: So what happens when I rub it on my junk?You'll simultaneously orgasm and not orgasm at the same time. You penis would likely collapse into a quantum singularity
wildcardjack: I've known about quantum spin liquid for years
I_Am_Weasel: You've never heard of the Quantum Squid? It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less time distance than the other one.
treesloth: Article was very sparse on the details. Have they or have they not built a working (1) ansible or (2) lightsaber?
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