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Donuts, math, and superdense teleportation of quantum information

Donuts, math, and superdense teleportation of quantum information

Mathematics is being rebuilt on top of new foundations.

Will Computers Redefine the Roots of Math?

Mathematics is being rebuilt on top of new foundations.

New Number Systems Seek Their Lost Primes

For centuries, mathematicians tried to solve problems by adding new values to the usual numbers. Now they’re investigating the unintended consequences of that

New Mathematical Proof Reveals a Much Tighter Limit on How Fast Quantum Information Can Propagate

New Mathematical Proof Reveals a Much Tighter Limit on How Fast Quantum Information Can Propagate

Scientists have achieved a world record in the strange world of quantum teleportation. In something that sounds like an episode of Star Trek, researchers have managed to teleport packets of light over 60 miles (100km) of optical fiber.

Physicists achieve distance record for quantum teleportation

Scientists have achieved a world record in the strange world of quantum teleportation. In something that sounds like an episode of Star Trek, researchers have managed to teleport packets of light over 60 miles of optical fiber.

A #Magical Answer to an 80-Year-Old Problem.  #Math.  Terence Tao's Answer to the Erdős Discrepancy Problem | Quanta Magazine

A Magical Answer to an Puzzle - Using crowd-sourced and traditional mathematics research Terence Tao has devised a solution to a long-standing problem posed by the legendary Paul Erdős. The post A Magical Answer to an Puzzle appeared first on WIRED.

Scientists recently demonstrated that it's possible to compress quantum bits, or qubits, without losing information.

Compressed 'bits' store tons of quantum data - Futurity

‘Outsiders’ Crack a 50-Year-Old Math Problem

‘Outsiders’ Crack a 50-Year-Old Math Problem

Three computer scientists have solved a problem central to a dozen far-flung mathematical fields.

Feynman's Diagrams

How Richard Feynman’s Famous Diagrams Almost Saved Space

Gluon activity in a vacuum. Credit: Derek Leinweber Via this yesterday’s article in Quanta Magazine by Frank Wilczek on the influence of Feynman’s diagrams in modern theories about matter: “How.

False color simulation of the double slit experiment. Credit: Timm Weitkamp

The Experimental Quest To Disprove A Quantum Postulate

False color simulation of the double slit experiment.

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