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February 23, 2024


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Quantum sparrows.

That's interesting ...that is, obviously nature's quantum at one end of the spectrum, and cosmologically immense at the other end, with us humans wedged in between; and this whole dizzyingly vast and disparate range all blends together perfectly, seamlessly, in nature, sure. ...But does nature actually "use" quantum phenomena in order to affect things at the macro level? (As opposed to it all merely being different manifestations of the same thing, which is a rather different proposition altogether?)

Of course, if Kaku's saying that's how it is, then without a doubt that's how it is. Kaku's cool. He's the real deal. And I enjoy his physics-for-laymen lectures and snippets on TV and the net.

If he's given any examples of this in his book, then maybe you can tell us what exactly he's talking about? Examples of how quantum effects are used to effect particular outcomes at the macro scale?

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