George Musser - Quantum Entanglement
George Musser is a contributor to the Scientific American, an author and science communicator.
Today, he talks about one of the most unexplained parts of the quantum world, known as quantum entanglement, or as was coined by Einstein, spooky action at a distance. George gives us a clear and easy to grasp explanation of what spooky action at a distance is, also discussing why it is that quantum physics is just so hard to explain compared to other areas of science.
Lastly, the conversation covers some of the philosophy behind this quantum world, why its actually not that strange, and why unlearning things in science can often be just as important as learning them.
Books can be found here: https://spookyactionbook.com/author/gmusser/
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