Philosopher and artist Jonathon Keats built an ATM based on concepts from the quantum science.

Artist and experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has created a different kind of bank ATM that works based on concepts of quantum physics.

Working on the principle of quantum superposition, which describes how a particle exists in all of its possible quantum states simultaneously, the ATM can make money quantum and allow it to proliferate infinitely.

A single deposit into the quantum ATM would force an alpha particle to go into seven billion boxes, each box identified with a single account. That means seven billion accounts would be credited. Below is a more detailed explanation of how this works.

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