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Quantum cooling to near absolute zero

Quantum cooling to near absolute zero

(9:57) Complex physics made slightly less complex. Professor Andrea Morello from the University of New South Wales in Australia, explains how to use helium-3 and helium-4 in dilution to get within thousandths of a degree above absolute zero. One of the uses is to allow the detection of gravitational waves predicted by Albert Einstein in general relativity.

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Knobette Knobette (1607 days ago)
I'm not sure I understood that, but I think it was really well explained.
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I'm not sure I understood that, but I think it was really well explained.
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Latest comment: Only clicked in here to see what in the name of Zeus' butthole was on his chin.
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