“Schrödinger’s Bacterium” Could Be a Quantum Biology Milestone – Scientific American

Wow. A great read.

The quantum world is a weird one. In theory and to some extent in practice its tenets demand that a particle can appear to be in two places at once—a paradoxical phenomenon known as superposition—and that two particles can become “entangled,” sharing information across arbitrarily large distances through some still-unknown mechanism.

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