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
The first image of a black hole On April 2017, eight telescopes turned to the sky, pointed to a black hole and photographed it. Those were not ordinary photographies. The Event Horizon Telescopes (EHT) produce the highest resolution pictures ever known, 2000 times more precise than those produced by the Hubble telescope. For four days,READ MORE
Rotating black holes may be able to create entangled states within single photons.READ MORE
Thoughts of a researcher on quantum technology and the Universe.
Spinning black holes are capable of complex quantum information processes. The black holes sparked the public imagination for almost 100 years. Their presence in the universe has been debated for long; however, the detection of X-ray radiation coming from the center of the galaxies has put an end to the discussion and undoubtedly proven theirREAD MORE
Einstein’s seminal work, known today simply as “General Relativity (GR),” celebrates its 100th birthday this year; it’s only fitting that Science then vindicate his theory once again on this centennial, this time providing proof of not only the behaviour of gravity waves but also of the existence of black holes. The actual discovery was inREAD MORE