From Quarks to Quasars

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Ultimately, we cannot separate ourselves and our experiences from quantum mechanics. Yet, it is not without its problems. For starters, there is one very important aspect of our everyday experience that is not described within a quantum framework—gravity. This is rather problematic.

Because it keeps matter together, gravity is one of the most important forces of  the cosmos. As such, for decades, scientists have struggled to unite gravity and quantum mechanics.  Nowadays, physicists have had many ideas about how the two could be connected; however, nothing experimentally verifiable (like string theory) has surfaced.  That is, until now.

To learn about new experiments that can help us complete the quest for unification, see
http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/unifying-gravity-and-quantum-mechanics/

Image source:
NASA

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Ultimately, we cannot separate ourselves and our experiences from quantum mechanics. Yet, it is not without its problems. For starters, there is one very important aspect of our everyday experience that is not described within a quantum framework—gravity. This is rather problematic.

Because it keeps matter together, gravity is one of the most important forces of the cosmos. As such, for decades, scientists have struggled to unite gravity and quantum mechanics. Nowadays, physicists have had many ideas about how the two could be connected; however, nothing experimentally verifiable (like string theory) has surfaced. That is, until now.

To learn about new experiments that can help us complete the quest for unification, see
http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/unifying-gravity-and-quantum-mechanics/

Image source:
NASA

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