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Along with fellow physicist Roger Penrose, Hawking merged Einstein's theory of relativity with quantum theory to suggest that space and time would begin with the Big Bang and end in black holes.
Hawking thought at first that the problem would be solved by changing quantum theory.
Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland have found the first experimental evidence for the odderon, an exotic particle predicted by quantum theory.
As a student in the 1930s, learning quantum theory from Dirac’s writings, Feynman asked: Can an electron interact with itself?
Thanks to the weirdness of quantum theory, that splitting means that each atom in the BEC literally takes both paths at once.
In 1999, Farwell wrote up the results of these experiments in a scientific treatise on quantum theory and the power of the mind, called How Consciousness Commands Matter: The New Scientific Revolution and the Evidence That Anything Is Possible.
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