The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis

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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/12/21, 18:10

Christophe wrote:Exactly or more reason !!! : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

Exactly what? : Shock:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 18:13

Bin you would use your infallible "tool" to submit the funny ones! : Mrgreen:
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Christophe wrote:Bin you would use your infallible "tool" to submit the funny ones! : Mrgreen:

Not my type, there are only guys, and I hate submission. : Shock:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 18:22

Ah and the shovels in the mouth that you regularly throw at them? Isn't it a desire to submit them?

Ah yes, for bonobos, a hole is a hole !! : Mrgreen:
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/12/21, 18:36

Christophe wrote:Ah and the shovels in the mouth that you regularly throw at them? Isn't it a desire to submit them?

Nah, eliminate them. : Evil: : Twisted: : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 18:51

In that case you would need mRNA from ... uh ... Praying Mantis? : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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Christophe wrote:In that case you would need mRNA from ... uh ... Praying Mantis? : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

A cocktail of Hippopotamus, Honey Rat, Wolverine, Shrew and Ermine. : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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by Christophe » 18/12/21, 18:59

A taz can be then? : Mrgreen:
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Christophe wrote:A taz can be then? : Mrgreen:

Yes too. : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 02/07/22, 14:58

I didn't understand the title but it looks very interesting! : Mrgreen:

Scientists have just succeeded in a fascinating experiment, worthy of a science fiction novel: the quantum entanglement of a tardigrade between two superconducting qubits.

https://www.science-et-vie.com/sciences ... 65030.html

Scientists have just succeeded in a fascinating experiment, worthy of a science fiction novel: the quantum entanglement of a tardigrade between two superconducting qubits. The results of their work carried out by researchers from the Nanyang University of Technology in Singapore and their colleagues from the universities of Copenhagen, Oxford and Gdansk have been published in the open archive of preprint scientific articles arXiv.

What is quantum entanglement?

In the vast field of quantum physics, Albert Einstein predicted that when two objects, even separated by long distances, bind together in some way, then they can interact. Since then, experiments have confirmed this theory, which Einstein dubbed "frightening action at a distance".

Quantum entanglement or quantum entanglement is now a fundamental phenomenon of quantum mechanics. Normally, two subatomic particles without interactions between them, are in independent quantum states of each other. When these particles bind, they then find themselves in a quantum state in which they no longer form a single system. They find themselves in a sort of entangled state in which it becomes impossible to describe each particle independently.

This new "entangled" state causes subtle consequences for the two particles: any action on one particle will have a consequence on the other particle, even if they are distant from each other by light years! This entangled state of the particles is a new unified and instantaneous state. By knowing the state of one of the particles, we automatically know the state of the other entangled particle.

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The University of Singapore researchers and their colleagues placed a tardigrade in a state of “tun” hibernation between two superconducting qubits – a qubit represents the storage unit in quantum computing. Once everything was in place, they lowered the pressure and the temperature to reach perfect vacuum and absolute zero. In this way, no outside influence could interact on the qubits and on the tardigrade.

The scientists then carried out vibration frequency measurements to determine the frequency at which the “tardigrade/qubit” couple vibrated. When this measurement was determined, the scientists could deduce that the state of quantum entanglement had been reached. It was indeed no longer possible to characterize the two qubits or the tardigrade separately without the other being included. At the end of the experiment, the scientists slowly depressurized and warmed up the system, allowing the tardigrade to slowly come out of its "tun" state of hibernation.

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