Quantum Cooling to (Near) Absolute Zero

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+19 1. mashkalji commented 10 years ago

The atoms don't stop moving @ 0 K because of The Heisenberg uncertainty principle:

They are afraid Heisenberg will come knocking at any moment
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+22 2. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

He is the first guy who I have seen explaining these things in a way I understand. Thanks, and please follow up with the results after gravitational waves.
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+25 3. mashkalji commented 10 years ago

I wish we have more professors like him, who can take a complicated concept and simplify it to such an extent.
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-5 4. Flox commented 10 years ago

This video is really cool, but the guy who makes them has specifically requested people to not repost them on other forums, such as Snotr.
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-8 5. nokster commented 10 years ago

Very interesting! I now know a bit more in quantum mecanics! ;)

BTW... 1,9 mK (miliKelvin) = -517,09ºC or -962,75ºF :O
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+10 6. nge64 commented 10 years ago

5. nope
0 ºK= -273,15 ºC
0 ºK= -459,67 ºF
there is no like -517.09 ºC no way.. As far as we know
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+2 7. kissmybackbone commented 10 years ago

#4 yeah because he ran out of motion sickness pills to give away with his video ... !!

wake up, when something goes on the net it's out and that's that, it's an educational video, not a state secret
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0 8. schlafanzyk commented 10 years ago

So heat is basically the white noise of mass. Good stuff.
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+2 9. darkmas commented 10 years ago

i personally loved he's end words, literally brilliant.
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+2 10. deadhorse commented 10 years ago

I am glad there are people working on this stuff.

The majority of folks, myself included, that are not smart, will know when the Earth is about to burn up like a match because of people like this. :)