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You probably have heard of Schrödinger’s Cat. You may have even attempted to discuss the experiment at a fun party to sound smart. But do you truly understand it?

The thought experiment can be confusing as people often misunderstand it as trying to make the opposite point of what it was making. In this video, we seek to explain Schrödinger’s Cat in a way everyone can finally understand it.

But first who was Schrödinger, the man the experiment was named after? Erwin Schrödinger was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 1933 and was most famous for his work in quantum theory, particularly for the Schrödinger equation which provides a way to calculate the wave function of a system and how it changes dynamically in time.

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Category: Science