Quantum, the experiment continues
Arnau Riera | Miquel Taverna | María Medem | Odil Bright | Martí Sales
We propose a game in which several authors take a creative approach to this discipline.
Citizen Science and the Arts
Science and art may find common ground in the drive to conduct serious scientific research through shared experiences.
What does it mean to intersect our everyday world with the seemingly counter-intuitive field of quantum science? And how have these entanglements been interrogated through art?
We approach quantum physics from its dilemmas and paradoxes, those that have led us to question the foundations of our knowledge.
Marcus du Sautoy: “Humans will never know if the universe is infinite”
A conversation with mathematician Marcus du Sautoy about the Universe, the difference between Mathematics and Physics, AI and the relationship between science and literature.
The Quantum Sense IV: Why?
Quantum physics questions several of the intuitive conceptions that we construct following daily interaction with the physical world to make sense of it. One of the most profound is causality, because quantum physics shows that an event can exist without any cause.
The Quantum Sense III: Quantum Information
The change to the quantum model is gentler if physics is considered from the viewpoint of information
Feynman and Zorthian: a Third-Culture Friendship
The history of friendship between physicist and artist taught the scientist about the importance of experimentation and shows that science, art and creativity do not fight but rather enhance each other.
The Quantum Sense II: Paradoxes
In the history of quantum physics, three types of paradoxes exist: those that challenge classical physics, those that challenge intuition and common sense, and those that challenge quantum physics itself.
Science with a Conscience: for a Plural Culture
Jordi Mir Garcia | Salvador López Arnal
The third culture, inhabited by the best scientific, humanistic and artistic knowledge, a key element in the work of Francisco Fernández Buey.
The Quantum Sense
Quantum physics highlights the need for nonsensical humour to give sense to the world: from G. K. Chesterton at his sharpest to the Douglas Adams at his most inquisitive.