Physics-Inspired ATM Deposits Cash Into Billions Of Accounts At Once
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.