-**quanta**:
plural of quantum

-**quantum**,
is different if it is a *noun* or an *adjective*

**quantum**,
as a *noun, plural* **quanta**

a quantum is a quantity,
an amount, a portion, a part of; *something that can be counted or measured*;
gross quantity;
bulk; quantum also
refers to any of the *very small* increments or parcels into which
many forms of
energy are subdivided
(nanoparticles);
any of the small subdivisions
of a quantized
physical magnitude
(as magnetic
moment)

**quantum**
as an *adjective*

large.significant;
of,
relating.to.or
employing the principles of quantum
mechanics; quantum as used regarding the new quantum off-world
technology computer that does ten trillion
calculations a second, as used in the new DLT (Digital Ledger Transfer
System), also called QFS (Quantum Financial
System) that the sentient
beings of the invisible realm monitor as they are of living intelligence
and are as humans but far above humans, but only for
now
In physics
the quantum level has to do with the *very small*, a level reached
when we arrive at the smallest amount of a physical quantity that can exist
independently that we know of, especially a discrete
quantity of
electromagnetic
radiation; this is the subatomic
club of which thoughts are part of.
a portion or tiny package as it is in the defunct.Latin
language; an elemental
unit of energy; a discrete amount that is the minimum by which a physical
quantity
can increase or decrease in a quantum mechanical.system;
quantum has to do with the very small.(whereas
relativity
generally has to do with the very large);
quantum means package, a *very* small package, the smallest indivisible.unit
in which waves.(frequencies).of
information and energy are either absorbed or emitted;
a quantum of light is a photon;
a quantum of electricity is an electron;
a quantum of gravity is a virtual.graviton;
photon, electron, graviton are just labels we use for units of information
and energy; thought is also a label for a unit of information and energy
regarding the mind/body connection
regarding the body's incredible
quantum computers.

-**quantum
electrodynamics**.(**QED**):
in physics is a set of equations that accounts theoretically for the interactions
of electromagnetic radiation with atoms and their electrons. QED appears
to underlie the chemical and readily observable behavior of matter and
to encompass
classic electromagnetic theory. Quantum electrodynamics, the
quantum
field theory of
electrons
and photons,
predicts that atomic
energy levels must change in discrete
steps, which have been established experimentally with very high accuracy.
Analogous
quantum field theories have been developed to describe other fundamental
processes in nature, such as the forces that bind quarks
and gluons together
to form protons
and neutrons.

The equations, which explain
electromagnetism in terms of the quantum nature of the photon, the carrier
of the force, were formulated by British physicist Paul
Dirac, German physicist Werner Heisenberg
and Austro-American physicist Wolfgang Pauli in the 1920s and 1930s and
were elaborated thereafter.....comprised
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-**quantum
field**: quantum
field

-**quantum
leap**: quantum
leap

-**quantum
mechanics**: a theory.(based
upon subatomic
interactions involving
the fundamental
forces).and
procedure
describing the dealing with subatomic phenomenon.(atoms
and other subatomic particles).allowing
physicists
to predict the probabilities of various possible results; quantum mechanics
is about making a better world based on the nature of information technology
being governed by the rules of the universe itself. It's about the play
and display of information, the
play and display of potential electrons, that is, how matter comes into
existence from vibrations in the field caused by thought impressed upon
the subconscious
mind.(the
thought being the information component).where
the
unified field first forms particles as all particles are formed by
thought. The field that is waving.(the
vibrations in it producing a particle {understand that a particle
is a wave , an occurrence in this field}).is
the universal ocean of pure potentiality, an ocean of abstract
potential existence. The unified field is also called the superstring field.(the
superstring field has been expanded and has a new incarnation called the
'M' theory); these are pure abstract
waves of consciousness;
Einstein
tried to reconcile
his relativity
theory with this theory.

A principle
of quantum mechanics is the uncertainty
principle.

Quantum Mechanics successfully
describes the fact that what we observe, is *altered according to the
consciousness of the observer*. This has been proven many times.(*).
You actually enliven the
unified field by participation
in it. How do you
participate in it? The act
of observing increases order in that which is observed. This is important
for you dissipating your dark
side.

HotBits
harnesses the fundamental uncertainty of nature to generate truly random
bits, unlike the pseudo
random sequences
created by an algorithm
on a computer.

-**quantum
physics**: The study of the realm
of subatomic.(a
constituent
part of an atom).particles
and forces. The idea of 'dark energy'
originated with quantum.physics
which regards a vacuum,
not as pure nothingness, but rather as a storehouse of latent
energy at a subatomic level; however, the value of this perceived
energy is zero or so close to it that it is inconsistent with observations.
In fact observations
affect it. The
origin of the laws of physics.

-**quantum
theory**: Developed by Max
Planck who said that all radiation
can be assigned an energy intrinsic
to its wavelength; that is, electrons
and all particles
of matter, act
like waves under certain circumstances; that is, radiant energy.(energy
that radiates out from a source).is
transmitted in the form of discrete
units.

Quantum theory describes
wave and particle behavior at the subatomic level using the concept
of wave particle duality, whereby
waves of a given wavelength correspond
to particles of a given momentum,
with the product of the wavelength and the momentum being fixed by Planck's
constant. According to quantum theory,
the waves associated with electromagnetic
and gravitational.fields
have corresponding particlelike excitations, or discretepackets
of energy, called quanta.
A quantum of electromagnetic energy is called a photon
and a quantum of gravitational energy is called a graviton.
Because both electromagnetic and gravitational waves travel at the speed
of light, their associated particles or quanta, are massless.

Wave-particle duality also
predicts that each elementary particle, such as electrons
and protons,
must have a corresponding wavelength and quantum field. The interaction
of an electromagnetic field with an electron's charge is actually the result
of the interaction of this field with the quantum field of the electron.

Each
photon
of light carries its own quantum
of energy; blue is greater than red. Energy increases with wavelength.(frequency,
also called Hertz).speed
unchanged. In open space particles of light.(photons).move
in straight line. The first practical application to result from quantum
theory was the electronic
scanning microscope.

Quantum theory involves the
study of subatomic
particles. The theory
that energy is not absorbed nor radiated
continuously, but discontinuously in definite units called quanta.
The theory relies on the idea that matter can exist in more than one state
at the same time, a principle know as superimposition. Quantum theory attempts
to explain
infinity
based on the idea of continuous fields
and a geometry involving dimensionless
points.(no
size at all).as
its key feature. Quantum theory is challenged by String
Theory.

-**volt/voltage**:
the unit of electromotive.(related
to producing electrical current).force,
being that electromotive
force or potential
difference, which will cause a current
of one ampere
to flow through a conductor whose resistance is one ohm.