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### What is superposition?

### How weird is quantum?

### Does anyone understand quantum mechanics?

### All about... Quantum Computing

### What is the Higgs Boson?

### Quantum criminals

### Who is Stephen Hawking?

### The physics of Santa

### Top 4 Bonkers things about the universe

### How do you smell?

### All about... cryptography

### The Science of His Dark Materials

### What is antimatter?

### Why is there more matter than antimatter?

### What is cosmic inflation?

### Is Time Travel Possible?

### Visual Quantum Mechanics

Comprehensive site aimed at high school student learning about quantum phenomena. Excellent!!

### Teleportation Takes a Quantum Leap

Good clear article from the National Geographic on quantum teleportation, including its use in cryptography.

### Quantum Physics

The quantum physics section of Hyperphysics, covers lots of information. This is excellent for linking areas and learning about how they interact.

### Quantum Entanglement and Bell's Theorem

A complex mathematical description of the essential non-classical nature of quantum entanglement

### Quantum Time Development

This applet enables the user to show how a quantum wave packet develops with time.

### The mind-blowing possibilities of quantum computing

The new world of quantum computers promises amazing breakthrough and find out how computers hope to achieve this.

### Quantum teleportation

This article looks at how teleportation can be reconciled with quantum mechanics, using the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen effect.

### Why can't Einstein and Quantum Mechanics get along?

Article of the hurdles facing scientists who are trying to combine gravity and quantum mechanics.