20/24 Quantum Mechanics – The Physics of the Microscopic World. Episode 20: Quantum Cryptography

20/24 Quantum Mechanics – The Physics of the Microscopic World. Episode 20: Quantum Cryptography from Carl Sagan on Vimeo.

Quantum Mechanics: The Physics of the Microscopic World
24 lectures, 30 minutes per lecture, taught by Ptof. Benjamin Schumacher, Kenyon College Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
Course Lecture Titles
1. The Quantum Enigma
2. The View from 1900
3. Two Revolutionaries: Planck and Einstein
4. Particles of Light, Waves of Matter
5. Standing Waves and Stable Atoms
6. Uncertainty
7. Complementarity and the Great Debate
8. Paradoxes of Interference
9. States, Amplitudes, and Probabilities
10. Particles That Spin
11. Quantum Twins
12. The Gregarious Particles
13. Antisymmetric and Antisocial
14. The Most Important Minus Sign in the World
15. Entanglement
16. Bell and Beyond
17. All the Myriad Ways
18. Much Ado about Nothing
19. Quantum Cloning
20. Quantum Cryptography
21. Bits, Qubits, and Ebits
22. Quantum Computers
23. Many Worlds or One?
24. The Great Smoky Dragon


About Mike

Hello, I am an atheist because of reason and personal experience. I am a father of THREE lovely living kids and two dead embryos, married to a lovely Christian Catholic devoted woman. Yes, black and white can coexist as long as there is respect and love, which is something abstracted from any belief or religion. I do not claim absolute truth and not 100% sure that a God does not exist somewhere out there. The scientific method is what I use to connect to reality. If there is something I don't understand, then it is because i don't understand, not because god exists. In case you haven't noticed, I am a native Arab, and English is my third language (yes there is second language). I like reading the Bible and the Quran and the critics of both of them. I also love watching documentaries especially astronomy, cosmology, Quantum Physics, and new discoveries in science in general, and Physics in particular.
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