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### Does anyone understand quantum mechanics?

### How weird is quantum?

### What is superposition?

### The physics of Santa

### All about... Quantum Computing

### What is the Higgs Boson?

### Who is Stephen Hawking?

### Quantum criminals

### All about... cryptography

### Top 4 Bonkers things about the universe

### How do you smell?

### What is antimatter?

### Could we ever go back in time?

### What is radioactivity?

### What is string theory?

### The Science of His Dark Materials

### Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

A text heavy but very informative site covering a lot of ground in theoretical physics.

### Electrons and Magicians

A mathematical site which looks at the quantum mechanics of spin and entanglement , and an experimental idea that contradicts the mathematics.

### Copenhagen Interpretation

This is a good explanation of this important development in understanding quantum mechanics. It has many links off to further information on the people and ideas involved.

### Werner Heisenberg

Detailed biography of Heisenberg and his works including links to pages on the uncertainty principle and quantum mechanics.

### 7th Stone Mathematica - Ideas in Science

This site provides a wide array of multimedia activities on Waves, Vectors, Gravity, Algebra, Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Statistics and Astronomy !

### Elements as Atoms

Many of the ideas of quantum mechanics which went into the model of the hydrogen atom can also be used to understand helium, oxygen, copper and iron - in fact all of the elements.

### Contributions of Physics to the Information Age

This is site highlights some of the areas that physics has impacted on our daily lives, covering: Quantum Mechanics, Computers, The Transistor, The Web , & Lasers.

### What is Physics?

An overview defining physics and summarising the history of physics from early mechanics to quantum theory.

### Quantum Computation

A lists of FAQs about quantum computing including information on quantum computers, entanglement and cryptography.

### Hans Reichenbach

Hans Reichenbach (1891 - 1953) wrote on quantum mechanics, time, induction, probability and the philosophy of science.