- Are there physicists who say that there is no quantum entanglement Answer by Adman Munir
- Can quantum entanglement be used for faster than light communicatio Answer by Brecht Corbeel
- Can the curvature of space-time in general relativity describe an apple falling from a tree? Answer by Kip Ingram
- Can you explain entangled particles and entanglement without using any math Answer by Steve Baker
- Does Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle exist because we do not yet know enough about physics to make better predictions? Will we ever get around this limitation? Answer by Viktor T.Toth
- Einstein postulated that the speed of light c is constant in a vacuum (presumably far from gravitational sources and independent of motion). Can the speed of light vary locally, as a perfect vacuum does not exist near Earth? Answer by Viktor T. Toth
- Has quantum physics disproved determinism? Was Einstein wrong when he said God does not play dice with the universe? Answer by Steve Baker
- How can a particle exist simultaneously in different places at the same time Answer by Viktor T. Toth
- How can Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle be experimentally confirmed? Answer by Mark John Fernee
- How can the universe be flat Answer by Christopher J. Johnson
- How can you know that the properties of quantum entangled particles weren't determined at the source? Answer by Mark John Fernee
- How could Einstein's General relativity theory be viewed as fundamental laws of physics when its 3 components: Time dimension, Three-spatial dimensions & spacetime curvature are all mathematical constructs with no direct links whatsoever to matter? Answer by Everything Isalllies
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- How does observing photons turn it from a wave into a particle as in the double slit experiment. What makes observing change its behavior Answer by Marc John Fernee
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- If two photons are entangled If the wavelength of one photon changes is the wavelength of the other affected Answer by Dan Stahlke and by Viktor T.Toth
- In quantum physics, how can something not be there unless its observed? Doesnt observing require the object being there to begin with? Why cant I observe a chocolate cake making it appear (I see no chocolate cake after my observation) Answer by Krister Sundelin
- Is it possible for two human beings to be quantum entangled Answer by Mark John Fernee
- Is Schrodingerâ€™s quantum model (1926) the last atomic model and our most current understanding of what an atom is? Or have we improved our understanding of atom since 1926? - Answer by Michele Cini and by Jonathan Hardis
- Is the universe deterministic, meaning that all events and outcomes are determined by preceding causes and governed by predictable laws, or is it indeterministic, meaning that there is an element of chance and randomness in the world? Answer by Franklin Veaux.
- What is time Answer by T. Barzuck
- What do scientists think about the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics Answer by Mark John Fernee.
- What gives light its speed? Answer by Victor T. Toth
- What happens when two black hole singularities meet Answer by Gulshan Kumar Jha
- What is quantum physics in the most layman terms? by Anand Indiran
- What is the currently accepted model of atomic structure? Is there a more recent model than the Bohr or Bohr-Sommerfeld that has been observed by physicists? Answer by Akshat Mahajam
- What is wrong with saying SchrÃ¶dingers cat has some known chance of being alive in just the same way as we say we have a 1 in 36 chance of throwing double six by Krister Sundelin
- What-was-the-impact-of-Schrodingers-equation-and-Heisenbergs-uncertainty-principle-in-quantum-mechanics Answer by T.Barzuck
- Who-was-David-Bohm-What-were-his-thoughts-on-Einsteins-theory-of-relativity Answer by by Oliver Milatovic
- Why Einsteins Relativity equations are very complicated in nature Answer by The Box
- Why is quantum mechanics incomplete Answer by Kip Ingram.
- Why-was-Einstein-bothered-by-the-complexity-of-quantum-physics Answer by Steve Baker.
- Will quantum computers ever become practical Answer by Steve Baker.

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