Nothing is not Nothing

Fig. 1, The Universe of anti-matter is on the left and matter on the right. Source: World Science Festival

Fig. 1: Map of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Source: Wikipedia

Higgs potential V. For a fixed value of λ, the potential is presented upwards against the real and imaginary parts of Φ. Source: Wikipedia

Fig. 1, This is a process matrix W that describes the “links” between Alice and Bob. For example, it could simply route the input state ρ(in) to Alice Ma and then to Bob Mb (solid line) or vice versa (dashed line).

John Karpinsky

I am a retired industrial physicist interested in the fundamental physics of the universe.

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