particle wave duality
To be part-wave and part-particle at the same time
Experimental physics is littered with freaky effects, often the product of obscure forces moving and changing objects in ways we don’t expect, but almost always leading to perfectly understandable conclusions. One notable exception – arguably the most notable, in fact – is the double-slit experiment. Cut two narrow, parallel slits on an opaque sheet and… Continue reading
I’m a science editor and writer in India, interested in high-energy and condensed-matter physics, research misconduct, pseudoscience, science’s relationship with society, epic fantasy, open source/access/knowledge systems, H.R. Giger’s art, Goundamani’s comedy, Factorio, and most things that require a lot of time to get the hang of.