Quantum Space and Physics

Quantum entanglement: two particles can co-exist in all possible states, but the act of observation dictates that the paired particle has the opposite property (even when physically distant). Here a pair of entangled photons is split through crystals, and when observed one measures as a vertical wave, and the other a horizontal wave. 
Electrons Surfing Plasma Wave: Physicists sent a laser pulse through plasma, and electrons took the opportunity to surf the crest. This technology may help advance electron acceleration. 
Scientists trapped and cooled sodium ions in a thin film to study strange superfluid dynamics.
Quantum entanglement: two particles can co-exist in all possible states, but the act of observation dictates that the paired particle has the opposite property (even when physically distant).

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