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We weren’t sure the video was real, our readers certainly weren’t buying it either.It has emerged that the video, uploaded by YouTube user BITcrash44, is part of a very clever marketing campaign for a new movie named “Limitless”, starring Bradley Cooper (The Hangover) and Robert Di Nero which will be released on March 18.Yesterday, a second video was uploaded to the same YouTube channel, this time with an extended introduction, and the films’ trailer at the end:
How cool would it be not just to read about the craziness of quantum mechanics, but to see it—even better, do it—for yourself? Several years ago I asked virtuoso experimental physicist Paul Kwiat whether he could develop a simple demonstration anyone could do at home, and he and his undergraduate student Rachel Killmer came up with a "quantum eraser". This week I got to see another big step toward the era of quantum homebrewers. Tucked away in a booth in the exhibit tent at the German Physical Society conference, Munich-based start-up company qutools showed off the world's cheapest kit for seeing quantum entanglement: spooky action at a distance.
While researching for this article I came across a searing indictment by Clarke on the American capitalist system. After observing that the structure of American society may be unfitted for the effort that the conquest of space demands he continued, "No nation can afford to divert its ablest men into essentially non-creative and occasionally parasitic occupations such as law, insurance and banking". He also referred to a photograph in Life Magazine showing 7,000 engineers massed behind a new model car they had produced as ‘a horrifying social document'. He was appalled by the squandering of technical manpower it represented.