Quantum Gravity The biggest unsolved problem in fundamental physics is how gravity and the quantum will be made to coexist within the same theory. Quantum Gravity [1] is required to make the whole of physics logically consistent.

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## What is the mystery of quantum physics?

The archetypal example of the quantum mysteries is the “experiment with two holes”, where the measured position of a single electron that passes through two holes in a screen can only be explained in terms of the wave function travelling through both holes at once and interfering with itself.

## What are the biggest unanswered questions in physics?

- What is matter made of?
- Why is gravity so weird?
- Why does time seem to flow only in one direction?
- Where did all the antimatter go?
- What happens in the gray zone between solid and liquid?
- Can we find a unified theory of physics?
- How did life evolve from nonliving matter?

## What is the hardest question in quantum physics?

Because it can be reduced to “Is electron there when nobody looks?”, which is a hard question because it is not known (or at least there is no consensus) what is the correct interpretation of quantum contextuality, entanglement and nonlocality.

## What is the hardest theory to understand?

- The Black Swan Theory.
- The Potato Paradox.
- Simulacra and Simulations.
- The Dichotomy Paradox.
- Vasiliev Equations.
- Maxwell’s Equations.
- Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem.
- The Theory of General Relativity.

## What is the 1 million dollar math problem?

The Riemann hypothesis – an unsolved problem in pure mathematics, the solution of which would have major implications in number theory and encryption – is one of the seven $1 million Millennium Prize Problems. First proposed by Bernhard Riemann in 1859, the hypothesis relates to the distribution of prime numbers.

## Is quantum speed faster than light?

For now, we know that the interaction between entangled quantum particles is faster than the speed of light. In fact, Chinese physicists have measured the speed. We know that quantum entanglement can be used to realize quantum teleportation experimentally.

## What is dark matter made of?

Scientists only speculate what dark matter is made of. It could be composed of baryons but it could also be non-baryonic, that means consisting of different types of particles. Most scientists think that dark matter is composed of non-baryonic matter.

## Are there parallel universes?

There are far more particles in the universe than 1,000, so the chances for another Earth are not in our favour. Unfortunately, we don’t know if these parallel universes exist. Or at least, we don’t at the moment. Physicists are trying to find ways to test these theories, but it is very difficult.

## What are the 10 questions science can t answer?

- COSMOLOGY. What came before the big bang?
- CYCLING. How does a bicycle stay upright?
- QUANTUM SCIENCE. Where does quantum weirdness end?
- TIME AND SPACE. Why do we move forwards in time?
- MISSING DIMENSIONS. Why does space have three dimensions?
- CASIMIR EFFECT. Can we get energy from nothing?
- LIQUID CHAOS.
- FIELD OF ICE.

## What are the unanswerable questions?

- Why does anything exist?
- How was the universe formed?
- Why was it created, and why like this?
- What existed before the universe?

## Is antimatter a real thing?

Although it may sound like something out of science fiction, antimatter is real. Antimatter was created along with matter after the Big Bang. But antimatter is rare in today’s universe, and scientists aren’t sure why.

## What are 3 good scientific questions?

- What is the universe made of? Astronomers still cannot account for 95% of the universe.
- How did life begin?
- Are we alone in the universe?
- What makes us human?
- What is consciousness?
- Why do we dream?
- Why is there stuff?
- Are there other universes?

## What is the most hard question in the world?

- Is the economy doing well?
- Does your family really love you?
- Why is there hatred in the world?
- Is the Mona Lisa beautiful?
- What is the purpose of life?
- Who is the best football player ever?
- Are you having a good day?
- Does this dress make me look fat?

## What’s the hardest topic in physics?

- Quantum Mechanics.
- Electromagnetism.
- Relativity.
- Thermodynamics.
- Projectile Motion.

## What is harder than quantum physics?

GR is mathematically much more challenging than quantum, for the same level of understanding.

## What is the biggest question in science?

- 1 What is the universe made of?
- 2 How did life begin?
- 3 Are we alone in the universe?
- 4 What makes us human?
- 5 What is consciousness?
- 6 Why do we dream?
- 7 Why is there stuff?
- 8 Are there other universes?

## What math is used in quantum physics?

The mathematical prerequisites are multi-variable calculus (as in Calculus IV), and Linear Algebra. This course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. It can be taken independently and in addition to any of the Physics department courses on quantum mechanics.

## Has 3x 1 been solved?

After that, the 3X + 1 problem has appeared in various forms. It is one of the most infamous unsolved puzzles in the word. Prizes have been offered for its solution for more than forty years, but no one has completely and successfully solved it [5].

## What are the 7 Millennium Prize Problems?

The seven problems are the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture, the Hodge Conjecture, the Navier-Stokes Equations, P versus NP, the Poincaré Conjecture, the Riemann Hypothesis, and the Yang-Mills Theory. In 2003, the Poincaré Conjecture was proven by Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman.

## Who Solved 1 Millennium Problems?

Grigori Perelman, a Russian mathematician, solved one of the world’s most complicated math problems several years ago.

## Can humans quantum tunnel?

So once again, for a human being the answer is: almost impossible. However for objects with extremely small masses (such as electrons) the probability can be quite high.

## What is quantum entanglement between humans?

Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which entangled systems exhibit correlations that cannot be explained by classical physics. It has recently been suggested that a similar process occurs between people and explains anomalous phenomena such as healing.

## Can we break the speed of light?

We can never reach the speed of light. Or, more accurately, we can never reach the speed of light in a vacuum. That is, the ultimate cosmic speed limit, of 299,792,458 m/s is unattainable for massive particles, and simultaneously is the speed that all massless particles must travel at.

## Can you touch dark matter?

When we look out into the universe, we don’t know what we’re looking at for the most part. In fact, we can’t even see most of what we’re looking at – that’s because the majority of the universe is made up of mysterious, practically invisible dark matter.