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WAVING, NOT DROWNING

A recent breakthrough in quantum physics means you’d better study it if you want to know where tech is going

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QUANTUM PHYSICS is an often mind-boggling branch of science filled with strange behavior and bizarre implications. For many people, the mere mention of the term is enough to send them hurtling in the opposite direction, like an electron bouncing off the center of an atom. But evidence is mounting that the future of technology lies in quantum mechanics, which focuses on how the smallest things in our universe work. And a new breakthrough by scientists in China has just brought the world one very big step closer to this quantum revolution. Hundreds of miles closer, in fact. So it’s as good a time as any to understand why quantum physics is making such waves.

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