TECHBUSINESSSCIENCE
Google Scientists Are Using Quantum Computers to Study Wormholes
TECHBUSINESSSCIENCE

Google Scientists Are Using Quantum Computers to Study Wormholes

Published: November 24, 2019  |  5 min read, 1049 words
WRITTEN BY
Your review will affect the following:
gizmodo.comgizmodo.comRyan F. MandelbaumRyan F. Mandelbaum
Google researchers are figuring out how to study some of the weirdest theorized physics phenomena, like wormholes that link pairs of black holes, using experiments in a lab. One central question driving theoretical physics today is how to use the same theory to explain both gravity and the rules that atoms follow, called quantum mechanics. The two haven’t played nicely yet, since gravity is an incredibly weak force, so probing it at the smallest scales is effectively impossible with today’s technology. But theoretical work has demonstrated that hints of this “quantum gravity” might emerge... READ MORE
CRITIC
gizmodo.com
Outlet Rating
gizmodo.com
img-trusted
100%
Critic Reviews: 1
USER
gizmodo.com
Outlet Rating
gizmodo.com
img-trusted
90%
User Reviews: 2
TOP REVIEWS
Great Context2
Investigative1

CRITIC REVIEWS

There don't seem to be any reviews yet.

USER REVIEWS

Great Context
November 24, 2019
Great Context
It's excellent to know about this Google research. I like most of Gizmodo content, and this article goes a little bit deeper than usual without making the content complex. Now I want to know more about the other goals related to this research.
Is this helpful?
Great Context
November 24, 2019
Great Context
This is a fascinating topic for technologists and physicists, and I’m happy to see that Google is spending resources to help the field advance its theories. The article itself doesn’t go into depth on Google’s program and progress, but it does provide a ton of context on today’s theories and how the technology will be useful for researchers.
Is this helpful?