Quantum Selves: Ben Allanach

In the quantum realm, reality transforms to the bizarre. Objects can be in a superposition of several states which is collapsed to a single one by observation. If we know where it is, we do not know how fast it is moving, and vice versa. Also, some details of the object are obscure. A theory of quantum gravity remains to be verified, but somehow the fabric of the background (space-time) must have an interaction with the object in it. I encourage the observer to collapse the quantum state of the human form, but they should beware that the process remains mysterious.


Dancer


Quantum bow


Sittings on the fence


Heisenberg


Bilocation


In a states


The twin paradox


Muster mark


A creative space


Time out


Palimpsest


Time to reflect


Unparallelled


Breathing space


Godel's theorem


Super position


Reclined and abridged


A backwards look


Diffeomorphism


And Dirac is His prophet


Observed with photons


Substructure


Death proof


Tutankhamun's Regent


Eigenstate


Ben Allanach, Cambridge, United Kingdom