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How Physicists Created a Holographic Wormhole in a Quantum Computer


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  • Quanta Magazine
    Quanta Magazine  2 ай бұрын +337

    Read Natalie Wolchover's coverage of this experiment on the Quanta Magazine site: www.quantamagazine.org/physicists-create-a-wormhole-using-a-quantum-computer-20221130/
    Explore our past reporting on quantum gravity: www.quantamagazine.org/tag/quantum-gravity/

    • glitter Squad
      glitter Squad 6 күн бұрын


    • Denton Fender
      Denton Fender 20 күн бұрын

      That is amazing that you were able to include links to other websites other than You Tube. Every time I have ever added a non You Tube link, it is removed, and often the whole comment along with the link is also removed.

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 20 күн бұрын

      THAT ALL

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 20 күн бұрын

      THAT ALL

    • Classical Mechanic
      Classical Mechanic 29 күн бұрын

      @kazedcat You said either nothing is real or nothing is local. Why are you so convinced that nothing is real rather than nothing is local? If nothing is real you cannot perform an experiment to test it.

  • ensignbodybag
    ensignbodybag Ай бұрын +1021

    I am not a physics nerd, but I found this video fascinating, even though I didn't understand all of the terminology. Well done !

    • Brandon McFeron
      Brandon McFeron Күн бұрын

      @t3chn0_bl4z3 if we can model weather patterns nuclear physics and simulate all sorts of disasters with relative precision......this is also possible.
      But of course as is usually the case, everyone WHO DIDNT come up with the idea, need to flock in saying "thats dumb (because I didnt get my 15 minutes of fame from it)"
      QCs are gonna make simulating a lot of stuff possible going forward. doesn't have to be complex stuff like this. It can be simple (will two people be attracted to each other based on [bucket of variables]) , will CO2 choke out life on the planet, can we successfully reach mars and return without dieing, can we build more efficient engines (EVs,ICEs,Nuclear)
      etc etc.

    • The Purple Man
      The Purple Man Ай бұрын

      @I'm Still Jay🤓

    • zerocal76
      zerocal76 Ай бұрын

      @Bhatt Hole Why don't you share some of these amazing content creators that explain this so much better and in a more fascinating way instead of just going on and on about them?

    • Christian Soldier
      Christian Soldier Ай бұрын

      @ensignbodybag You need Jesus. The devil has blinded you from the truth. Jesus loves you so much that he died for you. Turn away from the sinful behavior of this world and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved.

    • ensignbodybag
      ensignbodybag Ай бұрын

      @Christian Soldier You are a sad, deluded religious nut who has completely been brainwashed into thinking that there is some all powerful being controlling our lives. The bible is a work of fiction and nothing more. Stop preaching this fiction and live your life as you wish, not as some completely fabricated story tells you to.

  • Denton Fender
    Denton Fender Ай бұрын +416

    "We'll learn something by trying", the most important statement in this video. Research is never a waste of time, and money!

    • David
      David 2 сағат бұрын

      @GandalfTheLit Rand Paul puts out a Festivus report every year detailing what he considers waste from the US government. Government funding of scientific experiments is a part of the list. Last year some of the experiments funded by the federal government which are a waste of money include...
      $2.3 million to inject Beagle puppies with cocaine to see the effects on the cardiovascular system.
      $1.1 million to study the influence of glycine receptors on alcohol consumption….by training mice to get drunk.
      $689,000 to study romance between parrots.
      $187,000 to verify that the loving relationship between kids and their pets is beneficial.
      $118,000 to study whether Thanos really could snap his fingers while wearing the Infinity Gauntlet.
      I'm sure there is more, but those were the highlights. Animal abuse aside, If those were privately funded I wouldn't care. I would still consider them a waste of money, but at least I'm not (in part) paying the bill.
      I don't really care about privately funded experiments. It's not my money being wasted. My concern is about government funded experiments. Let's take a trip to fantasy land where the government isn't corrupt and just looking out for themselves. They have X money to spend on the people. Should it be spent on a social ill or on an experiment that might fail and might benefit society? The logical choice is to fix what you know you can.

    • David
      David 3 сағат бұрын

      That sounds good coming from someone who's not paying the bill.

    • Monitice
      Monitice 3 күн бұрын

      @Bullet 44 Jesus is pro-technology buddy.

    • GandalfTheLit
      GandalfTheLit 3 күн бұрын

      @Joseph Charles Examples please

    • Denton Fender
      Denton Fender 3 күн бұрын

      @Joseph Charles Compared to the waste of money the military, and more importantly the military industrial complex (rich capitalists pig wall street war profiteers) spend of taxpayers money killing people around the world, research is infinitesimally small. The only means for humankind to free itself from the chains that hold it to this planet is research, period.

  • snakecharmer907
    snakecharmer907 Ай бұрын +34

    I know we are likely far from any sort of practical application, but its fun to imagine the possibilities of this phenomenon. If we could make wormholes like the one in this experiment in a predictable and continues way they may very well be the key to making more advanced quantum computers

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 9 күн бұрын

      THAT ALL

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 9 күн бұрын

      THAT ALL

    • Imperator Caesar Augustus
      Imperator Caesar Augustus 9 күн бұрын +3

      Unfortunately the headline is misleading. They just simulated one on a quantum computer, and got the same results as when they simulated a worm hole on a regular computer. It didn’t do anything new or interesting.

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 20 күн бұрын

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    • Dennzer1
      Dennzer1 21 күн бұрын

      so amazing

  • Abdullah Meneese
    Abdullah Meneese Ай бұрын +550

    Can we just appreciate the young man in the video? He understands physics, quantum physics, quantum gravity, mechanical engineering, machine learning, AI, computer science, neural networks..
    And that’s only the topics I’ve found he’s knowledgeable on in a 17 minute video, I’m sure the list just goes on and on.
    To be able to configure a quantum computer, compress information about a wormhole into a neural network, and understand the whole process is truly incredibly.
    Brightest of minds!

    • VeniVidiVici
      VeniVidiVici 17 сағат бұрын

      @Ahri Quantum computers are extremely specific in their applications. There ARE things our best traditional supercomputers cannot accomplish that a quantum computer can do in a matter of seconds.

    • Marcus Trajanus
      Marcus Trajanus Күн бұрын

      wish I could have gotten that far..........

    • Joseph Charles
      Joseph Charles 3 күн бұрын

      Can we appreciate how gullible the ignorant are?

    • Random Channel
      Random Channel 4 күн бұрын

      @Lewis J for fucks sake

    • Lewis J
      Lewis J 4 күн бұрын

      Bet he's never been in a quantum entanglement with a woman...or touched her wormhole...

  • Some Thing
    Some Thing Ай бұрын +16

    This video is so good edited and does an amazing job explaining all these concepts. Good job!!

  • mansi.
    mansi. 2 ай бұрын +2845

    as somebody who comes from a country where research is not appreciated enough by most universities, videos like these really motivate me to keep up with my curiosity and perhaps do something of my own one day, thankyou quanta magazine, love from india.

    • Joseph Charles
      Joseph Charles 3 күн бұрын

      There’s a sucker born every minute.

    • Kin Kan
      Kin Kan 5 күн бұрын

      you are from wakanda?

    • Redefined RevDis
      Redefined RevDis 5 күн бұрын

      I see people having divulging experiences onto a notion of motivation, for this young lady right here. Motivation can come from anywhere and if this helps you go ahead, sure. As Feynman Said, Study something you like in the most undisciplined and original method possible, I understand that resources kill the curiosity and the will to do science, I myself being this young kid in India, working in research have this bias, but I run my own labs and research, it's not about where you start from its about where you end .
      And Remember if anyone says you'll never do anything remarkable or tried to explain to you this bullshit, the answer isn't Yes you are right or probably agreeing, It's F@ck off, who are you, the greats aren't great because they knew what they were doing, neither it's at right place at right time, the were in persuit of what everyone thought of as undoabe. Now Sod off and be remarkable please.
      PS. Lemme know if I can help
      PS watch the vid, You'll never do anything remarkable exurb1a

    • Hopefnn
      Hopefnn 5 күн бұрын

      ​@Kanishk Chaturvedi You are a gem, don't let people put you down or make you think otherwise, I at least see you. Thank you for the great! channel recommendations.

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 7 күн бұрын


  • MasMore Strikes
    MasMore Strikes Ай бұрын +14

    I hope I'm alive too see quantum technology be applied in our everyday life! 🙏 Such amazing break through!

  • Hitbox
    Hitbox Ай бұрын +1

    Its a simulation of a few Wormhole properties applied to a (still simulated) traversing Quantum particle, if anyone in here thought about "artificial wormholes". It's nothing close to a real wormhole, although the implications are huge and very interesting. It shows that there are in fact symmetries between Quantum- and Relativistic mechanics that we can use to derive shared properties both systems have in common. Im rooting for those who endeavour in this quest for knowledge. Only problem i see is google, they got the most powerful quantum system at the moment, but as we speak silicon electric nuclear resonance systems rise to be the most useful tool in this particular field. Since google derives its system from more "traditional" effects, i think its not the best horse to place bets on. Just my 2 cents on this topic.

  • thentropist
    thentropist Ай бұрын +10

    beautifully made video. Incredible that they even succeeding in making something of such complexity.

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 6 күн бұрын


  • wally w
    wally w Ай бұрын +2

    Man, for years after seeing some of the first pictures of the universe and how matter is confined around heavier pockets of matter surrounded by dark matter, it all looks like the electrical patterns in a brain...and it just so happens that's what works to replicate a system on a quantum computer...crazy...I really think the entire universe is some sort of insanely larger organism...think of how microscopic cells and bacteria are to us...the scale of life and the universe could be similar in the sense that we are so much smaller than we even think based off just how big space is to us...but its just crazy to me, Google the images of our universe...it looks exactly like the pathways in our brains. And now that works to essentially simulate the necessary conditions to run a wormhole...its most likely connected in some crazy way we don't have any clue about yet...ER=EPR kind of makes common sense when you really think about it too...the principles correlate too directly to each other, surprised it took 70 years to make that connection- that is simplifying the whole matter which I understand - but if you truly understand what they are talking about it really does make plausible sense.

    • Mr. Robert
      Mr. Robert Ай бұрын +1

      Something that I put together many years ago when I was alone and had time to think.

  • caiden myers
    caiden myers Ай бұрын +79

    I never thought as a little kid i would get to be in this era of technology. Fantastic video

    • Suiseisexy
      Suiseisexy 7 күн бұрын

      @Snowy気持ち You're an embarrassment, someone just questioned the veracity of physics funding and your response was to assume theism with no information. As an atheist you're repressive trash barely containing your hyper-simian urge to dominate other minds and make sure the situation is under ideological control, Google is missing a valued team-member I'm sure. Personalities like yours have been a problem throughout history, uh tbh do not speak to other atheists again unless spoken to. you're not helpful.

    • Aaron Josh Dela Cruz
      Aaron Josh Dela Cruz 9 күн бұрын

      @Alex Smith it was fun to descover somethin u know,
      life is on process anyways

    • Alex Smith
      Alex Smith 20 күн бұрын +1

      @Gunzmith DragonkindThank you! Couldn’t say it any better myself!

    • Russell pinuela
      Russell pinuela 20 күн бұрын

      THAT ALL

    • Snowy気持ち
      Snowy気持ち Ай бұрын +5

      @Ward Vereecken Don't mind him, he's just someone who worships a book, and i'm not saying its wrong but he shouldn't call other people delusionals

  • Edwin Perez
    Edwin Perez Ай бұрын

    Great and very informative video. Thank you for sharing and teaching us. God bless you all

  • jan܁fm
    jan܁fm Ай бұрын +2

    Sometimes I just can't believe I get to be alive for this era of science.

  • Calum MacGregor
    Calum MacGregor Ай бұрын +14

    I love how my experience in STEM helps give an idea of how all this works. How I have a rough idea of how all these parts work/come together, but I still understand so little.

  • Rahul Sakariya
    Rahul Sakariya 2 ай бұрын +448

    Really appreciate the way you explain such a complex topic through the video. Such information motivates youngsters like me to take an interest in quantum computing.

    • Hayday's Stonk Reviews
      Hayday's Stonk Reviews Ай бұрын +1

      anything with mass will instantly collapse the ER bridge. I can kindly provide proof if necessary

    • Curtis S
      Curtis S Ай бұрын +3

      They didn’t really explain anything imo.

    • hsvmobileac
      hsvmobileac Ай бұрын +4

      They have not explained anything. This mental masturbation has nothing to do with reality.

    • Kathleen Mann
      Kathleen Mann Ай бұрын +2

      Even 70yr old kids 😉😁

    • Ael Olul
      Ael Olul Ай бұрын +6

      Agreed. Too bad they exaggerated their claims to the point of lying.

  • J W
    J W Ай бұрын +2

    I love how the AI they developed to solve their viability problem was like "Oh you need me to make this problem smaller for you? EASY. Here ya go lads!" lol

  • Keith Hummel
    Keith Hummel Ай бұрын

    Thank you for sharing this. I appreciate that I’m alive to witness this information.

  • Gary Morgendorffer
    Gary Morgendorffer Ай бұрын +1

    interestingly, the news is filled with stories today about finally achieving the unachievable; fusion reaction. i wonder how much quantum theory was used to achieve fusion reaction, and i wonder with these understandings of wormholes, the manner of delivery of energy would be as infinitive as the way these scientists created a real wormhole in a virtual quantum environment. i have also been reading today of the theory that our universe is the inside of a black hole in a greater universe, or potentially as our universe expands, matter from the other/greater universe diminishes

  • Sergey Kuptsov
    Sergey Kuptsov Ай бұрын +1

    Потрясающее видео и эксперимент!
    Amazing video and experiment!!

  • Helene
    Helene  Ай бұрын +17

    This universe is astounding. Congrats to the physicists in being able to open up to the rest of us, just how amazing it really is.

  • Brent Cormier
    Brent Cormier Ай бұрын +2

    I’ve always believed that the smaller an object the easier its passage through the Einstein Rosen Bridge. Can you tell? I’m definitely not a scientist! Here’s to fabulous journeys to come for all humans! Peace!

  • TeaShark
    TeaShark Ай бұрын

    I could imagine future where we build a device that can send data faster than the speed of light via quantum entanglement, but if ER=EPR is real there is also possibility we might be really be teleporting stuff across as well.

  • 1man2manynotes
    1man2manynotes Ай бұрын +1

    Forgive my ignorance, but even if we figured out how to connect two distant points in space using black holes, wouldn’t anything that attempted to go thru just be spaghettified? Or worse wouldn’t anything even remotely near the black hole be sucked in involuntarily? Also how would you “kill” a black hole or make it cease to exist once we’re done using it for a wormhole?

  • snakex555
    snakex555 Ай бұрын +204

    I have no idea how any of this works but it seems really cool, and I'm so happy that there are people that do know and put their effort towards it.

    • Ken Clark
      Ken Clark 5 күн бұрын

      @Hayday's Stonk Reviews that was the thought….but we do advance in our understandings. Remember when the world was flat? Remember when we were the center of the solar system? On and on.

    • GandalfTheLit
      GandalfTheLit 7 күн бұрын

      @Hayday's Stonk Reviews I see you keep spamming comments with your drivel, if you have such proof, make your own video, otherwise, kindly step out, troll.

    • Manasv Chhabra
      Manasv Chhabra Ай бұрын +1

      @Rafael Gonzalez That's the most incoherent thing I've read. You seem to have copied a few words from a random physics textbook and clumped them together.

    • Old Gregg
      Old Gregg Ай бұрын

      I could try to explain it to you, but you wouldn't understand it because I'm not a physicist XD

    • Zair Morningstar
      Zair Morningstar Ай бұрын

      @Hayday's Stonk Reviews you said that already

  • Angel Rodríguez
    Angel Rodríguez Ай бұрын

    This video was beautiful to watch. Your work is incredible!👏❣
    Thanks for sharing🙏

  • Icarys
    Icarys Ай бұрын +5

    More quantum physics please, Quanta!

  • NeonSilver
    NeonSilver Ай бұрын

    This one went over my head, and now I have a lot of doubts. Not about myself, just about this whole concept. I admit my ignorance, and maybe I'll learn more one day and be able to appreciate this, but for now, this seems like....not an externally valid experiment to the point that it seems less important than it probably is.

  • Gursimranjit Singh
    Gursimranjit Singh Ай бұрын +3

    Just Wow! I really feel privileged to be able to see this information in such high quality just sitting at my bed in my home. Can't thank enough! 🙌🙂

  • hercules71185
    hercules71185 2 ай бұрын +13

    I really hope your other videos are close to as well done as this. I'm going on a binge this week. This was incredibly well done. Great research and I am absolutely ecstatic about the new research. I can't wait for this to cross into consciousness. I wish I could get into this field myself.

  • J S
    J S Ай бұрын +1

    I think that helium & oxygen if both were disbursed into a worm hole (helium first) then (oxygen second) that would stabelize the helium. This procedure would push against the worm hole walls to cause an even atmosphere in the worm hole thus creating stabilization so that one could maybe travel through & successfully through a worm hole. I may be wrong but it's well worth a try.

  • Danx Danx
    Danx Danx Ай бұрын

    So does this mean we can send information faster than the speed of light ? If we open such quantum wormholes between quantum computers far away from each other ?

  • Kevin
    Kevin Ай бұрын

    I like how these physicists spent their life working toward this, but for the Google employees it was just their 10% time.

  • William Cousert
    William Cousert Ай бұрын

    Could two quantum computers be used to create a traversable holographic wormhole?

  • music sans notes
    music sans notes 2 ай бұрын +26

    I find physics fascinating and I'm so glad this appeared on my feed. I enjoyed this entirely too much. I believe I learned a little bit of what physicists do on a daily basis. I wouldn't be able to pass a Physics class if my life depended on it 🙃 😅 🙂

    • Hayday's Stonk Reviews
      Hayday's Stonk Reviews Ай бұрын

      anything with mass will instantly collapse the ER bridge. I can kindly provide proof if necessary

    • cory hall
      cory hall Ай бұрын

      I’m in the same boat. Lol…. It really is incredible though!!!

  • Amos Shapir
    Amos Shapir Ай бұрын +2

    If I get it correctly, the Hollywood image is wrong: To go through a wormhole, a spaceship will have to be disintegrated on one side and reassembled on the other; inside the wormhole, its presence would be felt only as a phase change of some field wave (assuming that observing this wouldn't totally collapse the wormhole).

  • kris slaght
    kris slaght Ай бұрын +1

    What if , einstein-rosen bridges ( worm hole) exist like a spiders web, only they aren't normally visible. They have to be located, opened, then mathematical star coordinates could be used to calculate and programmed to traverse thru the
    " worm hole" to a distant location in a matter of seconds?

  • Lynn Claywood
    Lynn Claywood Ай бұрын

    How oddly fitting that entanglement ended up as a duality in physics. Almost like wormholes and entanglement are, themselves, entangled!

  • Life
    Life Ай бұрын

    Important to note that a physical wormhole had not actually been created.
    Because the latest teleportation experiment used an exotic toy universe, it didn’t simulate anything resembling the kind of wormhole that could conceivably exist in our Universe, as envisioned by Einstein and Rosen.

  • Danyil Diabin
    Danyil Diabin Ай бұрын

    Yes, great video that works fine with my ultrawide monitor. Thanks for uploading in original aspect ratio without adding black bars!

  • Daniel Adeyinka
    Daniel Adeyinka Ай бұрын +1

    That last line blew my mind, "And most exciting are the questions that we can't yet pose!"....WOW!

  • Daddis
    Daddis Ай бұрын

    This is absolutely amazing I verbally gasped when they confirmed to have made it

  • MonctonRad
    MonctonRad Ай бұрын

    Star Trek was right again. The transporter works by digitizing your information when you are disintegrated, and storing this information in a "pattern buffer" (presumably a quantum computer). Then the transporter transmits this information (one Qubit at a time) to the target destination, where your information pattern gets reintegrated. This of course does not solve the problem about whether it is you who has been transported, or just a copy of you. I fear the latter.

  • P Stewart
    P Stewart Ай бұрын +10

    When I imagine a gravitational-based wormhole I see it being one-way, ie you have one ER Bridge that points to say Alpha Centauri where the higher gravity end is on that side, then a second coming back which has a higher gravitational pull on our end, like near the sun. Just a little thought about the structure of these things.
    I have two great regrets in my life. One is knowing I will die prior to seeing mankind learning to work together in a way which is in the best interest of each other. The second is more personal.

    • rhadiem
      rhadiem Ай бұрын

      Help push the world to a more moderate view which conserves the best of the past while also reaching forward towards the future.

  • Rafael Gonzalez
    Rafael Gonzalez Ай бұрын

    What would you have expected. That they would make a real Wormhole in a lab? Anyone with a computer can make an Artificial Wormhole.

  • BosleyBeats
    BosleyBeats Ай бұрын

    Observation/Question: now that we have a worm hole, does this mean we now have the fundamental code to do advanced quantum debugging?
    The first thing that came to mind as I watched this video was we now can do a peek operation at the qbit state. So we can attach a watcher to a quantum variable and observe the superposition state while the qbit is shredded in the tunnel, essentially being able to run entangled experiments

    • Tristan M.
      Tristan M. Ай бұрын

      No, because that would break superposition.

  • Old Gregg
    Old Gregg Ай бұрын

    Could any physicists explain in the comments where this discovery could lead? I have ideas of the seriously jaw dropping places it'll take us but I'm not learned enough to explain it.

    • Alex Smith
      Alex Smith 20 күн бұрын

      Nowhere! It’ll put some people up on a pedestal and make them feel good. Others in the future will follow suit and do the same thing.
      We haven’t even been back to the Moon since the 60s and these types think we’ll be heading to other areas in the universe through one of those things. Doubtful that humanity will even be around in 1000 years, but even if it is, that wouldn’t even be possible.
      Nobody is ever going to conjure up a portal to another place in the universe other than in a book or in a movie.

  • Theofilos Kouremetis
    Theofilos Kouremetis Ай бұрын

    I love science and this experiment sounds amazing, but honestly doubt, that this was anything near a real wormhole if it exists in reality. I hope this isn't just another stunt to keep funding alive...

    • AddisonDj
      AddisonDj Ай бұрын +2

      It is just another stunt for publicity by the looks of it

  • Gator
    Gator Ай бұрын +2

    Quantum physics and quantum mechanics have always fascinated me and I have always wanted to pursue a career within them..But I’ve always been scared to knowing that no matter what I may discover and find may drastically change the world I will never come to a complete conclusion and would be an old man with regret and aggravation knowing so. I also fear that even if I do solve the impossible then I’m almost certain that I would wish I hadn’t. I’ve noticed the phrase “ignorance is bliss” to be very true and plays out for the best majority of the time. Sorry for the long paragraph btw and if I have offended anyone. Please know I do so with pure heart and not intended.

    • bonetti
      bonetti Сағат бұрын

      This is why there have been physicists who have gone mad and lost their minds.

    • Dans FRANCE
      Dans FRANCE 8 күн бұрын

      Yeah... Just fear keeping you from chasing your dreams.
      Just like the fear of injury stopped my brother from pursuing football.
      Or the fear of awkward conversation has stopped me from making a very important phone call today.

    • Tristan M.
      Tristan M. Ай бұрын +1

      I mean, that seems like a pretty irrational fear.

  • P B
    P B Ай бұрын

    For the people who are still somewhat confused, they did not create a wormhole, they made a simulation of a wormhole theory on a quantum computer.

  • BartM
    BartM Ай бұрын

    This is just insane, wonder what will happen with the world with all this knowledge we humans own now a days it's ridiculous the amount of knowledge we have collected over the last decades

  • NAchobo
    NAchobo Ай бұрын

    Awesome video to explain their methodology and story. This is genuinely exciting

  • Quino Cat Meaw
    Quino Cat Meaw Ай бұрын

    They didn't mention did the quebit actually move and end up with one que bit and 3 quebits or did it supposedly trade I agree with the first few comments that this video did an example Job of describing the history about this project thank you sharing it

  • Randbizz Santiago
    Randbizz Santiago Ай бұрын +3

    I'm so confused, were they able to simulate a wormhole on a program or make an actual wormhole inside/on the quantum computer chip.

    • Bob clack
      Bob clack Ай бұрын

      Simulation with assumptions about negative energy

    • T H
      T H Ай бұрын +1

      ​@Randbizz Santiago Yes I am sure it was not a real physical wormhole.

    • Randbizz Santiago
      Randbizz Santiago Ай бұрын

      @T H Are you sure? 12: 12. The graphic and what he said got me, it's like they want you to think an actual tiny wormhole was made in the chip itself where a qubit was able to pass through.

    • T H
      T H Ай бұрын +1

      simulate, it's not a real physical wormhole.

  • Sandraptor
    Sandraptor Ай бұрын

    Thanks to this video I'm an expert on quantum physics

  • Roystone2
    Roystone2 Ай бұрын

    Well, I've seen Sabine Hossenfelder's cover on this "groundbreaking" discovery and it's not groundbreaking at all. That's still not a wormhole and not even an approximation of one.
    Also, why do they just randomly throw "negative energy" into the whole thing without explaining it? How do you use negative energy lol

  • mike b
    mike b Ай бұрын

    Some people say that you can go back in time by travelling through a wormhole. Imagine 50 years pass in relation to those outside of the wormhole when travelling between the start of a wormhole in the end of the wormhole but you go back in time 40 years earlier too when you entered so it seems to everybody else that only 10 years have passed since you entered the wormhole but in reality you come out fifty years older. Doesn't make sense but if you tell a person that the atomic clock on a GPS satellite will go out of sync with an atomic clock on the ground just because the satellite is moving people won't believe it. Time slows down on the satellite in relation to a stationary atomic clock just because the satellite is moving.

  • Funkyboodah
    Funkyboodah Ай бұрын

    wow. great documentary. mind blowing stuff. we really are like 2 generations from Star Trek!

  • Katina H
    Katina H Ай бұрын +1

    It’s amazing, when they work out how to use a magnetic field on the particles we will be able to teleport

    • Tristan M.
      Tristan M. Ай бұрын

      @Katina H What?

    • Katina H
      Katina H Ай бұрын

      @Tristan M. Im thinking molecular

    • Tristan M.
      Tristan M. Ай бұрын

      What are you talking about? Quantum teleportation exists, but that only works on subatomic particles .

    LEMMIIX Ай бұрын +1

    Whenever I watch videos like this one I get the most brutal reality check when I see there are people so much smarter than I am. But that's a good thing. It would be sad if I were the most intelligent man alive cuz we'd be doomed then.

    • Gravity
      Gravity Ай бұрын +1

      except they havent discovered anything, nor did they simulate a wormhole as described in this video. ure fine dude. judging by this video some of them are probably way less intelligent than you give them credit for. these guys arent scientists. they are fetishists trying to fabricate evidence for something they want to see in the world. obsessed with wormholes. if you look into the paper and the scientific feedback from actual scientists you will quickly find that its just nonsense. a bh is a dense star with unknown mechanics and characteristics. so alone by this fact its impossible to make calculations based on uncertainty and call it a fact afterwards. cant just leave out a part of an equation and declare the result as proof, completely ignoring relevant and important variables.

  • Clientes Informações
    Clientes Informações Ай бұрын

    I've always thought that wormhole is just one piece, whatever happens to one end, the whole structure collapse, the symmetry of space time must be preserved in order to conserve the energy. As light speed is the same as gravity speed, it forms a constant connection between particles since the beginning, if we shoot a proton in a high speed between entangled particles, we might be able to collapse the structure.

  • JD
    JD Ай бұрын

    Time for the real question: Are aliens using wormholes to traverse the universe? 👽

  • Cal
    Cal Ай бұрын

    Wow, really well produced

  • Ignacio Arteaga
    Ignacio Arteaga Ай бұрын

    This video was so awesome. Love this . 🙏😌💯

  • Ajay Amgoth
    Ajay Amgoth 2 ай бұрын +12

    Holy crap!!! This is crazy as hell. When I heard about this experiment I literally got chills. I love to the fact we are able to do the experiments about the wormholes and I am looking forward to learn about this. Thank you @QuantaMagazine for this explanation

  • Ignacio Arteaga
    Ignacio Arteaga Ай бұрын

    This video was so awesome. Love this . 🙏😌💯

  • K. CHAN
    K. CHAN Ай бұрын

    A theory of quantum gravity takes us closer to a unified field theory.

  • Peking Dux
    Peking Dux Ай бұрын

    Wow, does this mean bookcases exist between entangled particles too?

  • RM B2
    RM B2 Ай бұрын

    Amazing. Wish I understood all that!

  • Block Cheddar
    Block Cheddar Ай бұрын +6

    It seems to me that the best way to tell if two theories are both true is to take the most radical and weird part of each theory and try to match them. If even the fringe cases match, it's pretty strong evidence that the two theories gel.

  • Spinnetti
    Spinnetti Ай бұрын

    Wow, for once I was ahead of the story instead of barely understanding (if at all). Seems obvious really, that wormholes are just another description of QE.

  • mr dluxx
    mr dluxx Ай бұрын

    This is a best year... 2022 💯🔥congratulations for science lovers.

  • Rudxain
    Rudxain Ай бұрын

    4:13 problem is entanglement gets exponentially harder to maintain with macroscopic particle systems. Black holes have *WAY TOO MUCH* particles, making this task practically impossible. IIRC, there's a "technique" to reduce the complexity to a cubic (better than exponential, worse than quadratic), which allows to reduce the entropy.
    If traversable wormholes can exist, this would cause time-travel paradoxes because of teleportation. Unless "ER = EPR" means there's no teleport, because entanglement cannot send information faster than light.
    This means wormholes are pretty useless, because the time to traverse them is proportional to the distance between the ends. The only use cases would be to avoid dangerous zones filled with rocks (for space exploration), or deprecate optical fibers in favor of "vaccum tunnels" (for communication)
    6:09 "negative energy" usually means "virtual negative energy", in the same sense as "virtual particles". It's just a mathematical model with real observable effects. But if they mean "real negative energy", this brings back time-travel paradoxes. However, if the hypothesis that *Dark Energy is actually negative energy* is true, this is plausible, because nega-particles can't interact with posi-particles, except gravitationally.
    Problem is, this is still implausible, there's no way to "harvest" negative energy. Unless we put the 2 ends of the wormholes in places devoid of gravity, to allow dark energy to do its job.

  • joelt710 Joel Thomas
    joelt710 Joel Thomas Ай бұрын

    This is so fascinating!

  • 《L.V.X.MAGICK》🦋《
    《L.V.X.MAGICK》🦋《 2 ай бұрын +8

    This is just incredible! Hope medical science advances just as quickly so I'm alive hundreds of years to witness all these new understandings of our reality and worlds that are being discovered!

  • James
    James Ай бұрын

    The way my brain perceived the visual information presented...
    Beam me up scotty we got ourselves a transportations device.
    It seems that the entanglement protocol basically breaks down the matter into a traversable stream while also recomposing it into its original form once it reaches the other side = Star Trek Transporter.
    Or am I wrong?

  • RelaxingSounds
    RelaxingSounds Ай бұрын

    this shows how small we are we might never understand how universe works its all guesses and theories

  • ZebeArt
    ZebeArt Ай бұрын +2

    Great video. Thanks.

  • omnigeddon
    omnigeddon Ай бұрын +2

    Alot of people probably wonder why this is important a "wormhole " and "quantum mechanics ".. well spooky action at a distance is when 2 particles share the same movement.. meaning they are the samething.. and a wormhole is that same thing but "artificially" generated .. so you then take an area in space.. and get the quantum measurements.. then remake it witg spooky action near the Earth but backwards.. and you then enter it and come out the other side of space.. lol.. if that makes sense..

  • Hmbecool
    Hmbecool 2 ай бұрын +3

    The editing of this video is amazing. Congrats to the team who made the illustrations and animations ❤

  • pradeep kumar
    pradeep kumar Ай бұрын

    Is there any possibility to link neural links to quantum physics ?

  • Erik Huisman
    Erik Huisman Ай бұрын

    Ok cool, so they created a simulation of a wormhole. How does this really translate to a physical wormhole or is this just in support of the theoretical school of thought?

  • Alternative News Videos
    Alternative News Videos Ай бұрын

    "If you need a man-made machine to travel through wormholes, then you're NOT taking the advantage of harnessing your true divine potential as a human being." - Nobody

  • Grayson Maugham-Talbot
    Grayson Maugham-Talbot Ай бұрын

    So we have holographic wormhole from "here to there." (spacelike wormhole)
    I wonder if it is possible to have a holographic wormhole fron "now to then." (timelike wormhole)

  • TheString Breaker
    TheString Breaker 2 ай бұрын +1008

    *Credit to the animators as well! Phenomenal work!*

    • MVP
      MVP Ай бұрын

      @Public Space oh nvm its just some bug. a comment from previous video

    • Public Space
      Public Space Ай бұрын

      @MVP what?

    • MVP
      MVP Ай бұрын

      Hahaha i bet this dude will regret this when he gets home.

    • Hayday's Stonk Reviews
      Hayday's Stonk Reviews Ай бұрын +1

      anything with mass will instantly collapse the ER bridge. I can kindly provide proof if necessary

    • Public Space
      Public Space Ай бұрын

      Agreed! Beautiful video. The textures and illustrations look fantastic.

  • Charlie Prudencio
    Charlie Prudencio Ай бұрын

    WOW!!! Just WOW!!! We can’t even get to imagine what this means. And that fascinates me

  • K C
    K C Ай бұрын

    "I think most exciting are the questions that we can't yet pose." Wow.

  • Tg S
    Tg S Ай бұрын +1

    I'm sure soon we'll all be carrying quantum computers in our pockets on our phones

  • syed tausif
    syed tausif Ай бұрын

    If quantum computer were that time when this theory was proposed Einstein could also developed this show hologram quantum.

  • Jason Kocher
    Jason Kocher Ай бұрын +18

    I'd love to hear more detail about this 'negative energy'. Like is it literal negative sign on the energy, or is it the cumulative action of a transfer function of positive energies fed through a machine learning system to get the arrangement just right? Perhaps like playing tricks between time and freq domains to get a destructive interference pocket or tunnel.

    • Brett Frazier
      Brett Frazier Ай бұрын

      Interesting I would rather go with your first theory... since everything is based off of matter.

  • Google User
    Google User Ай бұрын +1

    Can one be in love with quantum physics, reality.... this? 🧡

  • Pint Hunters
    Pint Hunters Ай бұрын +1

    14:56 when you say it's a confirmation, surely you're not saying that after just one experiment? how many times have you been able to repeat this? or have i missed something?

  • Allen Cross
    Allen Cross Ай бұрын

    I have. Squash in the microwave grew vines out in 1.5 seconds. Time travel is aging and people think it's an electric staircase. One side is a electrode cavity and the other is a magnetron. Was a pin in it 🍠 1.5 2.5 about how long it took me to turn it off in surprise. 19 years ago. I actually hit start , stop, reset time and start again before it went funny so there is a variable in the pressure. Really creepy, never tried it again. Maybe that's why there was a UFO over our house that summer 🤔 ✨. Our existence is also in a worm hole so technically everyone has the experience as time moves forward 🌀

  • harrypothead
    harrypothead Ай бұрын

    My comment might piss some people off.I love physics. I was years advanced in math classes back in grade school. The career i am in utilizes a great deal of physics. I was always a fan of einstein growing up. One of the greatest experiments i was aware of growing up was the double slit experiment. In grade school we learned atoms were the smallest particles. Then in college ,the idea of quarks came out. And i just rememeber quatum mechanics blossoming from their on. In math,i studied binary numbers. I was very used to classical physics and math. The quantum physics was very hard for me to wrap my head around. I watched a ton of documentaries on quantum and i get the jist of it. Its easy for me to understand why a quantum computer would be wayyyyyyyyyy faster than a binary computer. I get that. Classicsl physics was easy for me to understand because you could demostrate real world equations through math. You could explain to someone who doesnt know physics that the terminal velocity of all objects on earth is 9.8meters per second.quantum physics is the opposite of that. Even classical physicists like einstein had a hard time wrapping their head around it. Its as of classical physicists can explain gravity,its force, and mechanics. Its like a classical physicist can create gravity based on what they know about it. Then the quatum physicists comes along and says, well if we know about gravity and how to make it, lets see if we can reverse engineer it and make antigravity. Its lile in their heads, they say if an apple can fall from a tree,maybe we can make the apply fly back up into the tree . So its just all really confusing to me because i understand really life implications amd concepts ,not theoreticals or what ifs. I think it is possible to create an energy that maybe doesnt create too much heat or that is very efficient. But to say that we can bend time and space and jump throuhh wormholes or travel at the speed of light is just INSANE to me. Sure we can create lights of all different electromagnetic variances ,but we can not transform ourselves to light. Matter can not be created or destroyed and energy only transfers from higher to lower states. Quantum physics to me reminds me of science fiction. And i love science fiction. But i do get annoyed when people put their time and energy into things that have real world uses or implications. Do i want stronger telescopes that can see deeper into space?yes. But do i think we should be studying theoretical what ifs on time travel and warping dimensions? No. I think there are some that are making money off just studying theoreticals while others are actually producing things that make our lives better. Its like nasa wasting money for time travel when we know the physics arent there. Watching this worm hole video is cool, hey you want to theoretically create a worm hole,go for it. But this has NO REAL world uses.absolutely NONE. I would prefer to see scientists create a device that creates gravity to where we can send it to space and use it to allow us to travel in space just like we use the planets gravities or suns gravity to propell our satellites. That seems way more achievable theoretically. But instead we get these dorks trying to create a big bang simulation to prove exactly what? That the universe was created from nothing in a second?or thst god exists and created the universe? What is thr end goal?

    • Tristan M.
      Tristan M. Ай бұрын +1

      These do have uses. You can transmit information pretty much instantly.

  • Alfredo Rico
    Alfredo Rico Ай бұрын

    Interesting. I would like to know what the hardware is doing, since these are not actual wormholes.

  • John Sundet
    John Sundet Ай бұрын +1

    Black holes at either end of the worm hole? How can something pass through and come "out" from a worm hole if both ends are black holes sucking everything in?

  • CorBlimey!
    CorBlimey! Ай бұрын

    Does this mean communication between Earth and very distant spacecraft may be possible in future?

  • Sean McCall
    Sean McCall Ай бұрын

    My entire concept of the power of simulation is now under reconstruction.

  • Alfred Sutton
    Alfred Sutton Ай бұрын +910

    As an old physicist, I’m amazed. The video did a great job of explaining the history and the experiment.

    • martin lawrence
      martin lawrence 6 күн бұрын

      @Rapportus 10 is 11 in base 9.

    • martin lawrence
      martin lawrence 6 күн бұрын

      @Rapportus It´s a load of bollocks.

    • martin lawrence
      martin lawrence 6 күн бұрын

      @Rapportus 9 and 11. Collatz conjecture less than 1000 is 871 with 178 steps. 178 871. Inside is outside. 178 is twin 89. 1000-89 is 911. Fibonacci 89.

    • martin lawrence
      martin lawrence 6 күн бұрын

      @Rapportus Simple Einstein math. 42 and 58.

    • Rapportus
      Rapportus 6 күн бұрын

      @martin lawrence Dude are you on acid lol wtf are you talking aobut

  • BlueGG99
    BlueGG99 3 күн бұрын

    6:27 I love her so much, embodies every experimental physicist that has been ridiculed for the whole degree. It’s also amazing how there are experimentalists that both know GR and QFT, we at condensed matter just study the basics of QFT and that’s all