A quantum revolution is coming


Quantum physics, the study of the universe on an atomic scale, gives us a reference model to understand the human ecosystem in the discrete individual unit. It helps us understand how individual human behavior impacts collective systems and the security of humanity.

Metaphorically, we can see this in how a particle can act both like a particle or a wave. The concept of entanglement is at the core of much of applied quantum physics. The commonly understood definition of entanglement says that particles can be generated to have a distinct reliance on each other, despite any three-dimensional or 4-dimensional distance between the particles. What this definition and understanding imply is that even if two or more particles are physically detached with no traditional or measurable linkages, what happens to one still has a quantifiable effect on the other.

Now, individuals and entities across NGIOA are part of an entangled global system. Since the ability to generate and manipulate pairs of entangled particles is at the foundation of many quantum technologies, it is important to understand and evaluate how the principles of quantum physics translate to the survival and security of humanity.

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Egyptian teenager invents new space propulsion system based on Quantum Physics

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Harnessing the dynamic Casimir effect.

Precocious young physicist Aisha Mustafa just patented a new system that could propel spacecrafts to the final frontier without using a drop of fuel.

In short her system taps one of the odder facets of quantum theory, which posits that space isn’t really a vacuum. It’s really filled with particles and anti-particles that exist for infinitesimally small periods of time before destroying each other. Mustafa thinks she can harness them to create propulsion, resulting in space craft that need little-to-no fuel to maneuver around in space. Fast Company reports…

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Spooky Quantum Phenomena


I already Knew this… Lets put something more difficult up please!

Researchers have uncovered a fundamental link between the two defining properties of quantum physics. The result is being heralded as a dramatic breakthrough in our basic understanding of quantum mechanics and provides new clues to researchers seeking to understand the foundations of quantum theory.

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Quantum Memory for Communication Networks of the Future

Quantum networks able to protect  information better than the current communication networks.

Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have succeeded in storing quantum information using two ‘entangled’ light beams. Quantum memory or information storage is a necessary element of future quantum communication networks. The new findings are published in Nature Physics.

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Wiring in National Electrical Grid Systems Improved!

Novel type of magnetic wave discovered!

A team of international researchers led by physicists in the University of Minnesota’s College of Science and Engineering has made a significant breakthrough in an effort to understand the phenomenon of high-temperature superconductivity in complex copper oxides.

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Novel Metamaterial Vastly Improves Quality of Ultrasound Imaging

evanescent waves  are transmitted by the new 3-D holey-structured metamaterial

University of California, Berkeley, scientists have found a way to overcome one of the main limitations of ultrasound imaging — the poor resolution of the picture

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Laws of Physics Vary Throughout the Universe, New Study Suggests


Illustration of the dipolar variation in the fine-structure constant, alpha, across the sky

A team of astrophysicists based in Australia and England has uncovered evidence that the laws of physics are different in different parts of the universe.

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Second ‘Quantum Logic Clock’ Based on Aluminum Ion Is Now World’s Most Precise Clock


NIST postdoctoral researcher James Chin-wen Chou with the world’s most precise clock, based on the vibrations of a single aluminum ion (electrically charged atom).

Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have built an enhanced version of an experimental atomic clock based on a single aluminum atom that is now the world’s most precise clock, more than twice as precise as the previous pacesetter based on a mercury atom.

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Breakthrough in Developing Super-Material Graphene

Graphene, only one atom thick, climbs terraces on the surface of a silicone carbide substrate.

A collaborative research project has brought the world a step closer to producing a new material on which future nanotechnology could be based. Researchers across Europe, including the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL), have demonstrated how an incredible material, graphene, could hold the key to the future of high-speed electronics, such as micro-chips and touchscreen technology.

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‘Universal’ Programmable Two-Qubit Quantum Processor Created


NIST postdoctoral researcher David Hanneke at the laser table used to demonstrate the first universal programmable processor for a potential quantum computer.

Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated the first “universal” programmable quantum information processor able to run any program allowed by quantum mechanics — the rules governing the submicroscopic world — using two quantum bits (qubits) of information. The processor could be a module in a future quantum computer, which theoretically could solve some important problems that are intractable today.

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Mantis Shrimp Eyes Could Show Way To Better DVD And CD players


A mantis shrimp takes a peep from it’s burrow in the Sulu sea.

The remarkable eyes of a marine crustacean could inspire the next generation of DVD and CD players, according to a new study from the University of Bristol published today in Nature Photonics.

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