It’s way to early for me to be posting videos that will crash your brain into a million little pieces, but check this video out.
If you are a bit of a nerd, then you’ve probably heard of Schrödinger’s cat, the famous thought experiment that illustrates the paradox of quantum mechanics when applied to everyday objects.
The theory stated that nothing happens unless you actually look at something. The mere act of seeing something changes the outcome of it being there or not. Here is an example, if you lost your key’s, and you stare at your kitchen table, the keys will either be there, or they will not be there. But, you don’t know that until you actually look to see. Before you look for your key’s, they are actually suspended waiting for nature to collapse and either materialize them so they appear on the table, or move them to a different location.
Confusing? just little bit, but this is one of the most daunting questions that has baffled scientist that study the strange world of quantum physics. For more amazing videos check out the New Scientist