QMBA: QUANTUM PHYSICS MBA FOR ENTREPRENEURS. We’re thinking outside the box and applying the weird principles of quantum physics to Entrepreneurship. If you haven’t heard, we’re living in a Quantum Physics World so it might be time to apply the principles of quantum physics to your business.
We can thank quantum physics for our microwave, phone, and internet — as well as smart cars and a host of medical advances to treat everything from cancer to AIDS. But it’s also led to some strange ideas about how the universe works, like the multiverse: a hypothetical collection of universes parallel to our own where things might be different. Some argue that we should factor in the multiverse when considering grand questions like whether life exists beyond Earth.
Here’s an early t example of what we call the weird behaviors of quantum mechanics.
Schrodinger’s Cat is a thought experiment created by Nobel-Prize-winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935. The thought experiment asks that one imagine a cat in a box with a poison atom and a radioactive atom, which have a 50% chance of decaying over an hour but are not observed until after the event. Initially, both atoms have an equal probability of decaying; but since the decay does not become public knowledge until after it happens, the state of the cat is indeterminate until then. The cat is alive and dead until it is determined by opening the box and looking at it. What the human observer believes will create his fate. Dead or alive. Whaaaat?
Quantum physics will redefine how we see ourselves, and the world, As quantum physics advances, it raises the hope that it will make human life better. The technology of computing and communications is changing our lives today. QMBA – thinking outside the box and applying the principles of quantum physics to everyday life.
Here’s a quick video from Neil deGrasse Tyson the well-known physicist. In this video, Neil explains the oddities of Quantum Physics, and also its enhancement of everyday life, such as GPS in our vehicles, MRI imaging, Laser Surgery, and Electron Microscopy to name just a few.