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Brooklyn College Math Club: Bell's Theorem 

DESCRIPTION: Bell's theorem has been called "the most profound theorem in all of science." It says that the world we live in is much stranger than we imagine. The world we know is very different than the quantum world of particles. In particular, properties of the quantum world can have many values at the same time. We shall explore what the theorem says and prove it. Along the way we shall meet some important elements of quantum world such as the double split experiment, Heisenberg's famous uncertainty principle, the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox and entanglement. This talk will be totally accessible to anyone. No physics or math background is required.  
DATE: Tuesday, November22, 2011
TIME: 1:00pm to 2:00pm 
LOCATION: 1146 Ingersoll Hall 
CONTACT: Joseph Quacinella - 
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