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JILA physicists have measured Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity, specifically, time dilation, at the smallest scale ever, showing that two tiny atomic clocks, separated by just a millimeter or the width of a sharp pencil tip, tick at different rates.
JILA is jointly operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Colorado Boulder.
“The most important and exciting result is that we can potentially connect quantum physics with gravity, for example, probing complex physics when particles are distributed at different locations in the curved space-time,” NIST/JILA Fellow Jun Ye said. “For timekeeping, it also shows that there is no roadblock to making clocks 50 times more precise than today — which is fantastic news.”
Discussing Einstein and relativity. General relativity and what time dilation is. A breakthrough in warping time. The smallest atomic clocks ever made. Einstein’s 1915 theory of general relativity explains gravitational effect on time. Atomic clocks at different elevations in a gravitational field tick at different rates. Gravity disrupts quantum coherence. Trying to connect quantum physics with gravity. Different locations in the curved space-time. How to connect general relativity and quantum physics with a new theory of gravity. Using clocks to look for mysterious dark matter. Using atomic clocks for measurement science called relativistic geodesy.
00:03:05 Smallest atomic clock ever
00:07:27 Ultra Stable Laser
00:12:20 Gravitational Redshift/Time Dilation
00:18:20 Applications for Atomic Clocks
00:23:27 Quantum computers
00:26:50 Inspiration for work
00:34:38 Cooling down Atoms
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originally published at Art - Trend Magazine