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Stories by Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat

Notes on Polarizing Film

Notes on Polarizing Film

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
What Do the Quantum Particles <i>Really</i> Do?

What Do the Quantum Particles Really Do?

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
Delayed-Choice Experiments

Delayed-Choice Experiments

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
<i>What</i> is Being Erased?

What is Being Erased?

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
More Experiments

More Experiments

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
Whither Waves? More about Interference

Whither Waves? More about Interference

This sidebar is part of a package that supplements our story on quantum erasure in the May issue of Scientific American

April 16, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
A Do-It-Yourself Quantum Eraser

A Do-It-Yourself Quantum Eraser

Using readily available equipment, you can carry out a home experiment that illustrates one of the weirdest effects in quantum mechanics

April 14, 2007 — Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat
Stories by Rachel Hillmer and Paul Kwiat

The Antidote to Anti-Intellectualism