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Have Three Photons Broken Theoretical Physics

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But first, an introduction: Scientists have long wondered about the nature of space and time. Albert Einstein envisioned the two concepts as an interwoven fabric that extends smoothly and continuously throughout the universe, warping under the weight of the

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Comment by Ed Price
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One important point about Quantum Theory and Quantum Mechanics. Quantum, no matter how much it is proven to exist, will always be a secondary science from the standpoint of its nature.

In other words, the nature of Quantum is to take some knowledge that you can see, and apply some math to that knowledge to determine things that you can't see.

If conditions in science take a turn for the better, and you finally can "see" some of the things that you formerly could not see, the correctness of Quantum results must always take second stage to the seeing of the thing for real.

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