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The Boolean: Snapshots of Doctoral Research at University College Cork
Quantum mechanics is the physics of the very small and the very cold. When particles are small and cold they take on wave properties and thus act differently to anything you can imagine in the world you see around you. Throwing tennis balls through brick walls, walking through two adjacent doors at the same time, even having a cat that is both dead and alive at the same time might seem weird to you, but in quantum mechanics this is quite normal. It is this strange playground of physics that hasdoi:10.33178/boolean.2010.14 fatcat:de5btfhjhzg5fcpekzr5f32cta