Nonlocality and Simplicity

I just read an article called “How quantum mechanics could be even weirder” in the Atlantic. The article is actually relatively good in explaining some of how quantum mechanics actually works in terms that are appropriate to laymen. Neglecting almost everything about ‘super-quantum,’ there is one particular element in this article which I feel somewhat […]

Black Holes Don’t Just ‘Eat’…

While reading an article in Gizmodo the other day, I ended up taking umbrage with a particular comment. I’ve found in the past that it’s difficult to respond to the comments people make on these heavy traffic Gawker blogs in part because of how extraordinarily censored the comments section is and because of the pace […]

The Question of How You Build a Black Hole

‘If Ant-man can’t do it, how does it happen?’ After I finished working on that post yesterday, I was left with this question. It’s kind of a squirrelly question if you stop and think about it. I made an argument by Uncertainty Principle that particles can’t be compressed into such a tiny space in order […]

Hank Pym is not the deadliest Marvel Superhero ‘Because Blackholes’

I was reading blog articles as I was wont to do and I stumbled over a blog entry on ScreenRant about the deadliest Marvel superheroes. Most of the article is very tongue and cheek and can be taken with a grain of salt. I felt no alarm until I read the #1 entry placing Hank […]