Weird Quantum Particles Simulated In Droplet Of Ultracold Gas


Weird Quantum Particles Simulated

Theorists are way ahead of the curves. That describes what is weird quantum particles. And what can it do and exited? Now the physicists from USA and Finland teamed together. So they can create an incarnation of a quasi-particle called a skyrmion. It was first proposed in 1962 by the United Kingdom.

It was proposed by  Tony Skyrme. As the model of real protons and neutrons.  A skyrmion is not a fundamental particle. What bops you over the head. What seems to be alike quark or a muon. Physicist David Hall of Amherst College in Massachusetts added it. Although it’s a localized excitation in space.

Which made in a field of spins. The final result is a kind of self-reinforcing knot. Which is like a Mobius strip. that cannot torned .Until it torned extreme force. Also by controlling electromagnetic coils surrounding a glass vacuum chamber. That fill with superfluid rubidium.

The physicists created 3D skyrmions for the first time ever.

Their shadow alike photographs depict. A droplet of 200,000 supercooled rubidium atoms. which is 10-billionths of a degree above absolute zero. the atoms actually revealed the very spin profiles Skyrme predicted. by the magnetic field. They can do it together.

They discovered . could be the insight into ball lighting.  which is a rare incident? a rare phenomenon that forms balls of the electric field. that can float. passing through the walls.

and can discharge like dynamite. there is another theory. that says ball lighting, like skyrmions. they may hold together. the face by knotted fields. which seems to stabilize. there could be many theories of different physics. also, the scientists and other teams are also working on it. so they can expose the simulation by particles. So let us hope for the best. hope so the theory would be true.