Quantum Mechanics And Quantum Complexity In Real Life
Quantum mechanics can be used to analyze and interpret large objects such as stars and galaxies and cosmological phenomena such as the Big Bang.
Many of us may think that there is no quantum mechanics in real life. Quantum mechanics applies only to tiny particles. But let me remind you, many real-life events cannot be explained in general or with the help of Newtonian mechanics. And they supply the demand for quantum mechanics. In this case, there is a famous Buck Minister Fullerin test. But I am using a new example to make the matter easier and to make the need for quantum more understandable in real life.
But before, let's learn about Quantum mechanics.
Quantum mechanics can be used to analyze and interpret large objects such as stars and galaxies and cosmological phenomena such as the Big Bang. In areas where physics cannot be explained by classical Newtonian mechanics, physicists use quantum mechanics to get an idea of the physical behavior of matter. In any physical system of atomic or smaller size, at very low or very high energies, or at extremely cold temperatures, there is often a difference between the analysis of classical and quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is the basis of modern advances in chemistry, molecular biology, electronics, particle physics, nanotechnology, and technology, and these branches of science have transformed the Earth almost completely in the last fifty years.
Now, let's get back to the story-
Suppose a boy named Bob and a girl named Jolly love each other very much and they want to marry each other. A boy named John and a girl named Tani also love each other very much and they also want to marry each other.
Now, in the reality of this story, if John and Tani hadn't been named, Bob and Jolie's marriage would have gone very well and it wouldn't have caused any chaos or disruption to them. Even after marriage, they had a good relationship. Which you can easily explain with Newtonian mechanics if you want.
Similarly, if the reality of this story had not been the name of the couple named Bob and Jolly, the marriage of John and Tani would have been quite good and it would not have caused any chaos or disruption to them. Even after marriage, they had a good relationship. You can easily explain this with Newtonian mechanics if you want.
That is, if two events or marriages were organized separately, they would be quite well-organized and simple. And you will be able to easily explain these two different phenomena with Newtonian mechanics if you want.
But this time if two marriages are organized at the same time, then the two marriages will not be organized as before. There will arise a completely different phenomenon and complexity. You will be 100% sure that the first two simple events had nothing to do with it. Even in the first simple incident, there was no possibility of this new event happening.
For example, even if everything was fine before the wedding, if John saw Tani at the time of the wedding, then John or Tani or both could have liked each other better. The same thing could happen to Bob and Jolly. Again, if they had a previous relationship, it could have brought new complications. For which new complications would arise in marriage.
It is not certain that these things will happen here. But you can't say for sure, the chances of that happening are zero. And we have to take into account all the phenomena without any possibility if we want to understand physics and explain the phenomena of nature.
This third phenomenon, with which the first two phenomena had nothing to do, we can never explain through Newtonian mechanics. Because it has nothing to do with the original single source. In that case, we have to take the help of a new branch of physics, which is called quantum mechanics.