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Quantum Mechanics explained with simple animations [Science]
posted April 25 2013 19:46.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I've seen this video twice already. It has a batch of very well made animations to explain (sort of) the strange behavior of quanta in the tiny world of quantum physics.

[Link: Eugene Khutoryansky]

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