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When you think of physics your mind most likely jumps to the theories of quantum mechanics and general relativity. And you wouldn't be wrong, given these form the formative layers of physics. 

 

However, interestingly, these two well-known theories do not work well together. 

 

Physical phenomena rely on the relationship of motion between the observer and the observed. These rules work well until they fall into the quantum level, where subatomic particles behave differently, usually in erratic ways.

 

This is where a team of international researchers comes in. The researches have been working on creating a framework to account for the break down between the more classic and quantum physics.

 

Their findings were published in Science on Thursday.

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Category: Science