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    1. Introduction to Superposition

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    MIT 8.04 Quantum Physics I, Spring 2013
    View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/8-04S13
    Instructor: Allan Adams

    In this lecture, Prof. Adams discusses a series of thought experiments involving "box apparatus" to illustrate the concepts of uncertainty and superposition, which are central to quantum mechanics. The first ten minutes are devoted to course information.

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    1. The whole black and white distinction just makes it more complicated. And he totally ignores one student who dissented from the majority when he asked a question about what colour an electron would be when measured a second time. He's just showboating; learning is a dialectical activity, engaging with students. Plus, if he really knew his shit, he wouldn't need to refer to notes. I give him a C- .

    2. Garbage. How to turn a 20 minutes max. intro into an hour long cirque du freak. Remove the silly jokes, the stories and the meaningless detours and you end up with what newspapers sites label as 10 minutes read. If I wanted to have fun, I'd watch a movie but I guess those sitting there were trying to learn something. Pretty annoying whenever bad acting is mistaken for progressive.

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