Quantum Leap

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 04
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 04

We are looking for the answer to the question of what is Quantum Leap? The concept of Quantum Leap is a concept that was first put forward by Danish physicist Niels Bohr in 1913 in the historical process. It is based on the movement of electrons around the atomic nucleus in circular orbits only in regions called energy levels. In the Quantum Leap event, electrons make transitions from one level to another by absorbing or emitting a packet of energy called a quantum. Here, the particles of interest can be found at any level and the concept called probability of being found is revealed. The point to note here is that the particle of interest can never be between two levels. In the transition between levels, the necessary definition for everyday speech and texts is obtained and this is called quantum leaps.

If we examine the Quantum Leap and the relations in the historical process;

In 1917, the World and Mankind met with Radio Waves for the first time. By 1918, Influenza or Spanish Flu emerged and caused the death of millions of people. [1] Radio Waves and Quantum Leap!
During the Second World War, Mankind meets Radars.[2] Radars, Quantum Leap!

A satellite is sent to the Van Allen Belt, which protects the Earth, and in 1968 Hong Kong flu started.[3] Satellites, Quantum Leap!
The Paris Faculty of Medicine announced on March 20, 1745 that an epidemic broke out because the planets Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter were aligned. Many believed that polluted air caused the epidemic. [4] The Paris Faculty of Medicine announced on March 20, 1745 that an epidemic broke out because the planets Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter were aligned. Planet sequencing, Quantum Leap!

On December 12, 2021, 4 planets, which are Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, Venus, Earth's moon Moon, two large asteroids Ceres and Pallas, will line up.

Plane of the Planets

Plane of Planets Pallas is a large asteroid orbiting in the asteroid belt of the Solar system. It is also known as the "2 Pallas" because it was discovered second only to the asteroid definition established by Wilhelm Herschel. It is named after Pallas, the title of the ancient Greek goddess Athena. Ceres is the closest dwarf planet to the Sun and the largest object in the main asteroid belt located between Mars and Jupiter.

The issue that draws our attention here is the fact that planetary alignment has been seen in previous periods, and then the Quantum Leaps took place. In some sources that fell on the Internet, 2000 years ago, Hz. That a very bright star or celestial body was seen over the town of Bethelem at the birth of Jesus.

This situation, which remains a mystery today, is defined as the Star of Bethlehem. From the University of Cambridge Institute for Astronomy, Dr. Carolin Crawford told the BBC: “2000 years ago, people were much more aware of what was going on in the night sky. It is therefore not impossible for the Star of Bethlehem to have such a planetary alignment.”

If the weather conditions are favorable on the night of December 12, 2021, watching this visual feast and being able to be observed with the naked eye is already exciting for sky explorers and those concerned.
In the meantime, will there be a new Quantum Leap? We'll wait and see. Dear reader, stay tuned.
Dr. Firat AKBALIK

Resources

1. wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%B0spanyol_gribi
2. wikipedia.org/wiki/II._D%C3%BCnya_Sava%C5%9F%C4%B1
3. wikipedia.org/wiki/Hong_Kong_gribi
4. uralakbulut.com.tr/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/veba.pdf

 

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