Fri, 21.07.2023 14:00

What could we learn from table top quantum gravity?

It’s not straight-forward to adequately and uncontroversially explain, in terms of theory testing alone, the significance of difficult proposed experiments to produce and observe gravitationally induced entanglement (GIE).

I suggest (as others have previously) that experiment - or rather, the capacity for laboratory manipulation of different regimes of physics - involves its own kind of practical knowledge, distinct from theoretical knowledge. Appreciating such knowledge allows a better understanding of the significance of GIE experiments.



Speaker: Nick Huggett (University of Illinois Chicago) 




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