Giant molecules can be in two places at once, thanks to quantum physics. That’s something that scientists have long known is theoretically true based on a few facts: Every particle or group of particles in the universe is also a wave — even large particles, even bacteria, even human beings, even planets and stars. And waves occupy multiple places in space at once. So any chunk of matter can also occupy two places at once. Physicists call this phenomenon “quantum superposition,” and for decades, they have demonstrated it using small particles. But in recent years, physicists have scaled up their experiments, demonstrating quantum superposition using larger and larger particles. Now, in a paper published Sept. 23 in the journal Nature Physics, an international team of researchers has caused molecule made up of up to 2,000 atoms to occupy two places at the same time.
‘About two-thirds of the papers in leading psychology journals turn out to be non-replicable, and more than 75% of papers in top-tier biomedical journals cannot be validated.” Rupert Sheldrake
Source: Science Set Free
By Dr. Hugh Ross
C. S. Lewis “What we call Man’s power over Nature turns out to be a power exercised by some men over other men with Nature as its instrument.” The Abolition of Man