Decoherence: New Insights Into Quantum Mechanics

Decoherence: New Insights Into Quantum Mechanics
technology

A new theory explaining the quantum-to-classical world transition.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 july 2010

Over the years, scientists have struggled to come up with a satisfactory conclusion about the missing link that bridges the classical (our familiar everyday environment) and quantum worlds, but now researchers from Arizona State University have devised a new theory on how the world we experience through our senses emerges from the ethereal quantum world, the world made of the basic building blocks of matter-atoms.

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