Are we from math? Is math real?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTpp0EChDbI There's a lot of math in physics, as you've probably noticed. But what is the difference between the mathematics we use to describe nature and nature itself? Is there a difference?...

Wind protection can improve the performance of wind farms

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July 30, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 112Simulations indicate that optimally placed barriers could increase the performance of wind farms by up to 10%. L. Liu and RJAM Stevens The answer blows. ...

Testing the security of the quantum key distribution

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July 29, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, p94Bell non-locality is not enough to ensure the security of a secure quantum communication protocol called DI-QKD. Tony Craddock / stock.adobe.com Tony Craddock / stock.adobe.com × One type of...

New behavior from an old forest fire model

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July 29, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, p93When the density of trees changes in a forest that can catch fire, self-organizing properties are observed for decades. Michael Hersen / Danita Delimont / stock.adobe.com Michael Hersen...

Corners are not an obstacle to the imaging of tiny objects

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July 28, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, s97An update to a technique for imaging around corners allows researchers to capture out-of-sight objects that are a few human hairs wide, 100 times smaller than previous...

Bald black holes lose their magnetic hair

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July 27, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, p92First principles plasma simulations show that black holes cannot hold their magnetic fields. According to physicist John Wheeler, “black holes have no hairs” - they can only...

Locate the roots of extreme weather events

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July 27, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 108A statistical method of fingerprinting the patterns of heat waves and cold spells could reveal whether climate change caused an extreme weather event. photoschmidt / stock.adobe.com ...

Tin qubits give diamonds a new shine

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July 26, 2021&Cartridge; physics 14, 105Nanophotonic components based on tin-vacancy qubits in diamond are very promising as building blocks of quantum repeaters, an important step towards the realization of far-reaching quantum networks. Illustration...

Quantum Steampunk hits the bookstores!

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I am publishing a book! Quantum Steampunk: The Physics of Yesterday of comes to bookstores next spring and can be pre-ordered now. As Quantum limits Regulars know that steampunk is a genre of literature,...

Can physics be too speculative?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f23eWOquFQ0 Imagination and creativity are at the heart of science. But if you look at the headlines in the popular science media, you can't get rid of the feeling that some...
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