Grab a book. Notice its length, width and thickness. They correspond, respectively, to the three dimensions of space and, we reasonably assume, to all objects in the three-dimensional space. As you flip through the book, you note that its pages have two sides – in fact, all objects around you are two-sided. It may slipREAD MORE
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Thoughts of a researcher on quantum technology and the Universe.
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