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Entanglement in Nano Science and Art of visual perception
Entanglement is the quintessential quantum phenomenon. It is a necessary ingredient in most emerging quantum technologies.As a matter of facts the great mysteries in the way we understand the physical world is a quantum phenomenon called "entanglement". Entanglement is a manifestation of a basic property of the physical world in the nano-dimension. We are used to think in the macroscopic world of an object occupying a specific position, but in the quantum world starting from th nano-scale we do not try to check the object's position because it is "non-local" - e.g. it's exact position of nano-particles is not well defined but can be many positions at the same time. One of the consequences of this non-locality is that a few quantum objects can exist together as an overposition in the same "quantum entangled state" even if separated by a remote distance.Because our perception is made through the interactivity of multi-photons in the nano-dimension of the retina the generation and study of "entangled quantum states" is crucial for understanding the effective foundations of our perception in the quantum physical world.
A Group of Artists and Scientists In Italy (QAGI) start to enhance the link between art and science to develop a innovation through both scientific imagination and aestetic fantasy to understand what will be the relationship between quantum entanglement properties and the macroscopic physical observables that normally we perceive ?
Who are prompt to develop this intriguing challenge to future vision in art and science will contact
Paolo Manzelli <email@example.com>, www.edscuola.it/lre.html ; http://www.facebook.com/pages/QuantumArtGroupItaly/236255603075969?...
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