The history of quantum physics is not a long one but rather it goes back to the beginnings of mankind. What we now know about quantum physics is its relation to the universe and the laws that govern the universe. For example, it was shown that the universe and all of its systems are made up of quantum particles that have self contained existence and indivisible nature. In quantum physics, these particles are known as ‘particles have wave’ and their interactions are governed by the laws of quantum mechanics.
Our everyday experience of nature is also based on quantum mechanical principles. This is true in the way that we perceive things. For example, most of the objects that we use in our daily lives and the surfaces we interact with in our environment (e.g. automobiles) contain information that is either pure or filtered by quantum-wave interference effects. This means that they are both real and physical and that the energy that is given off is even more real and more importantly, capable of interacting with the physical reality we live in.
Therefore, the evolution of physics can be seen as a process of simplifying the intricacies of quantum mechanics into physical laws. There are still many unanswered questions about quantum physics but the way that we observe in nature is becoming more accurate and precise through the use of this new physics. It may be as simple as that but it is certainly true that quantum physics has revolutionized the way that we look at the world around us. Now it’s not just in the laboratory that scientists are using quantum physics but rather it’s in the laboratory and in our daily lives. Every aspect of life is dependent on the quantum nature of things – it’s no longer just a lab experiment. We owe a great deal to these new science in order to continue our search for the ultimate source of energy and other forms of power.