anyway I’m excited about this and that we’re FINALLY gaining some abilities at the attosecond levels that can eventually prove beneficial in engineering and production of new devices.

Oh I don’t think there’s much spookiness to them; rather I think we’ve been oversold on the spooky aspect of it all.

Rather, I think they move very quickly, and we find it confusing that they don’t follow classical mechanics..


I have SOME ideas of entanglement and the Time dimension, mostly due to our lack of ability to create instruments that can measure time to the degrees necessary to compensate for lag (our timing resolution is ultimately limited to the smallest time units we can use, which are ALSO at the scale that we’re trying to measure!)

But I’m rather excited with this idea of manipulating electrons via their waveforms. They can call them spooky electron double holes all they like, but it’s not spooky; it’s just something better described via waves in that case, or perhaps self-reinforcing standing waves at the very least.

anyway I’m excited about this and that we’re FINALLY gaining some abilities at the attosecond levels that can eventually prove beneficial in engineering and production of new devices.

The science doesn’t excite me as much as when it can be turned into a practical reality creating things we can do stuff with smile emoticon

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