Quantum Theory Quotes

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Brandon Sanderson
“Hello?’ M-Bot said. ‘Spensa? Are you dead?’
‘Maybe.’
‘Oooh. Like the cat!’
‘...What?’
‘I’m not sure, honestly,’ M-Bot said. ‘But logically, if you’re speaking to me then possibility has collapsed in our favor. Hurray!”
Brandon Sanderson, Skyward

Kevin Michel
“There are many, many, many worlds branching out at each moment you become aware of your environment and then make a choice.”
Kevin Michel, Moving Through Parallel Worlds To Achieve Your Dreams

Quantum physics teaches us that we can simultaneously exist in many places, under certain conditions.
“Quantum physics teaches us that we can simultaneously exist in many places, under certain conditions.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Quantum mechanics tells us that every feeling is a collapse of some wave functions due
“Quantum mechanics tells us that every feeling is a collapse of some wave functions due to the interference of a matrix of attention functions.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Quantum attention functions are the keys to quantum machine learning.
“Quantum attention functions are the keys to quantum machine learning.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“Quantum theory can explain that every black hole is a collapse of some vanishing functions due to the interference of a matrix of cosmic attention functions.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“Just a dozen of high quality qudits will be sufficient to simulate the state of 100 billion neurons of human brain for quantum machine learning.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Biological quantum coherence process is different from optical quantum coherence. Biological quantum coherence is long,
“Biological quantum coherence process is different from optical quantum coherence. Biological quantum coherence is long, and more robust in warm, noisy, and complex environment. They are the fundamental process of all living organisms.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“Six qudit virtual photon simulator is our first approach to develop the behavior of 100 billion neurons and to build the core quantum machine learning platform.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

“If you are confused by the underlying principles of quantum technology – you get it!”
Kevin Coleman

Greg Egan
“This is what it means to be human: slaughtering the people we might have been. Metaphor or reality, abstract quantum formalism or flesh-and-blood truth, there’s nothing I can do to change it.”
Greg Egan, Quarantine

Amit Ray
“Quantum attention function is like a virtual mirror which brings time in timelessness, states in statelessness, forms in formlessness and locality in non-locality.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Attention Function Theory

Sean Carroll
“Quantum Mechanics doesn't deserve the connotation of spookiness in the sense of some ineffable mystery that it is beyond the human mind to comprehend. Quantum Mechanics is amazing; it is novel, profound, mind-stretching & a very different view of reality from what we’re used to.”
Sean Carroll, Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime

Marcus Chown
“It was like bouncing tennis balls off a mystery piece of furniture and deducing, from the direction in which the balls ricocheted, whether it was a chair or a table or a Welsh dresser.”
Marcus Chown, We Need to Talk About Kelvin: What everyday things tell us about the universe

Sri Chinmoy
“Peace begins when expectations end.”
Sri Chinmoy

Stephen Hawking
“This was a golden age, in which we solved most of the major problems in black hole theory even before there was any observational evidence for black holes. In fact, we were so successful with the classical general theory of relativity that I was at a bit of a loose end in 1973 after the publication with George Ellis of our book The Large Scale Structure of Space–Time. My work with Penrose had shown that general relativity broke down at singularities, so the obvious next step would be to combine general relativity—the theory of the very large—with quantum theory—the theory of the very small. In particular, I wondered, can one have atoms in which the nucleus is a tiny primordial black hole, formed in the early universe? My investigations revealed a deep and previously unsuspected relationship between gravity and thermodynamics, the science of heat, and resolved a paradox that had been argued over for thirty years without much progress: how could the radiation left over from a shrinking black hole carry all of the information about what made the black hole? I discovered that information is not lost, but it is not returned in a useful way—like burning an encyclopedia but retaining the smoke and ashes.
To answer this, I studied how quantum fields or particles would scatter off a black hole. I was expecting that part of an incident wave would be absorbed, and the remainder scattered. But to my great surprise I found there seemed to be emission from the black hole itself. At first, I thought this must be a mistake in my calculation. But what persuaded me that it was real was that the emission was exactly what was required to identify the area of the horizon with the entropy of a black hole. This entropy, a measure of the disorder of a system, is summed up in this simple formula which expresses the entropy in terms of the area of the horizon, and the three fundamental constants of nature, c, the speed of light, G, Newton’s constant of gravitation, and ħ, Planck’s constant. The emission of this thermal radiation from the black hole is now called Hawking radiation and I’m proud to have discovered it.”
Stephen Hawking, Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Philip Ball
“For many decades quantum theory was regarded primarily as a mathematical description of phenomenal accuracy and reliability, capable of explaining the shapes and behaviours of molecules, the workings of electronic transistors, the colours of nature and the laws of optics, and a whole lot else. It would be routinely described as ‘the theory of the atomic world’: an account of what the world is like at the tiniest scales we can access with microscopes. Talking about the interpretation of quantum mechanics was, on the other hand, a parlour game suitable only for grandees in the twilight of their career, or idle discussion over a beer. Or worse: only a few decades ago, professing a serious interest in the topic could be tantamount to career suicide for a young physicist. Only a handful of scientists and philosophers, idiosyncratically if not plain crankily, insisted on caring about the answer. Many researchers would shrug or roll their eyes when the ‘meaning’ of quantum mechanics came up; some still do. ‘Ah, nobody understands it anyway!”
Philip Ball, Beyond Weird

Amit Ray
“Quantum attention function is deeply grounded on the mathematics of theoretical physics and penetrates deeply the world of the very small and the world of the very big.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“Under the microscope of quantum attention function we can explain EPR paradox, bell inequalities, W and GHZ state, quantum entanglement, decoherence, nonlocality, and quantum correlations in a coherent manner.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“Quantum metamorphosis is the process of transformation of nothingness into consciousness, time, space, energy and matter. It is the process of forming the quanta - the matter fields, whose quanta are fermions and the force fields whose quanta are bosons .”
Amit Ray, Quantum Computing Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence

Amit Ray
“The world of the rayons is below the planck constant, where the quasi quanta metamorphosis takes place in seven phases.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Attention Function Theory

The dynamics of the seven phases of the quasi quanta metamorphosis processes are governed by
“The dynamics of the seven phases of the quasi quanta metamorphosis processes are governed by the hierarchical networks of quantum attention functions.”
Amit Ray, Quantum Attention Function Theory

“In an open immeasurable non-linear System of Systems - the Quantum Realm; the Quantum Fields, Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Engineering, Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Intelligence, Quantum Thinking, Quantum Algorithms, Quantum Chaos phenomena are a few of many (to be defined) interconnected elements of this Universal System.”
Ludmila Morozova-Buss

“Worldwide, the prospects of the fast-advancing quantum computing (r)evolution, will challenge the pre-quantum way of conducting scientific and industrial development by making digital transformation of societies, organizations, and financial markets fundamentally different.

Beyond the commercial research and development made possible by global corporations; universities; scientific communities; research laboratories… the nation states, we could presume, are interested the most in practical application of quantum technologies.”
Ludmila Morozova-Buss

Alex M. Vikoulov
“Quantum physics resembles the deep 'code layer' underlying our physical reality.”
Alex M. Vikoulov, The Syntellect Hypothesis: Five Paradigms of the Mind's Evolution

Charles Seife
“Particles are constantly winking in and out of existence, like tiny Cheshire cats.”
Charles Seife, Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea

Carlo Rovelli
“In qualunque angolo dell'universo troviamo vertiginosi pozzi di strati di realtà. In questi strati siamo riusciti a riconoscere regolarità, sulle quali abbiamo raccolto informazione rilevante per noi, che ci permette di farci un'immagine coerente dei singoli strati. Ciascuno è un'approssimazione. La realtà non è divisa in livelli. I livelli in cui la scomponiamo, gli oggetti in cui la dividiamo, sono i modi in cui la Natura si correla in noi, in quelle configurazioni dinamiche di eventi fisici nel nostro cervello che chiamiamo concetti. La separazione della realtà in livelli è relativa al nostro modo di interagire con essa.”
Carlo Rovelli, Helgoland

Richard Rhodes
“But if anybody says he can think about quantum problems without getting giddy, that only shows that he has not understood the first thing about them. - Niels Bohr”
Richard Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb

“All is self caused.
All is self desired.
All is self perceived.
The purpose simply love.”
Wald Wassermann

John Archibald Wheeler
“Recent decades have taught us that physics is a magic window. It shows us the illusion that lies behind reality—and the reality that lies behind illusion. Its scope is immensely greater than we one realized. We are no longer satisfied with insights only into particles, or fields of force, or geometry, or even space and time. Today we demand of physics some understanding of existence itself.”
John Archibald Wheeler, Quantum Theory and Measurement

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