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Neutrons on classically inexplicable paths

Can a particle be in two different places at the same time? In quantum physics, it can: Quantum theory allows objects to be in different states at the same time — or more precisely: in a superposition state, combining different observable states. But is this really the case? Perhaps the particle is actually in a […]

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