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Quanta Magazine | Science and Math News

Illuminating mathematics, physics, biology and computer science research through public service journalism.

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The (Often) Overlooked Experiment That Revealed the Quantum World
Before Erwin Schrödinger’s cat was simultaneously dead and alive, and before pointlike electrons washed like waves through thin slits, a somewhat lesser-known experiment lifted the veil on the bewildering beauty of the quantum world. In …
On , by Zack Savitsky, 70 words
An Easy-Sounding Problem Yields Numbers Too Big for Our Universe
It’s not often that 5-year-olds can grasp questions at the frontiers of computer science, but it can happen. Suppose, for instance, that a kindergartner named Alice has two apples, but she prefers oranges. Fortunately, her …
On , by Ben Brubaker, 75 words
A Century Later, New Math Smooths Out General Relativity
Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity has been wildly successful at describing how gravity works and how it shapes the large-scale structure of the universe. It’s summed up in a saying by the physicist John …
On , by Steve Nadis, 68 words