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Quantum theory as a science is officially dead and has been replaced by multiple facets that include such things as quantum mechanics. These multi-faceted points to physics quantum theories have overthrown the much less thought out and planned quantum theory of the first quarter of the last century. The reason for this complete lack of a general overview of quantum theories is that, when grouped together, it is harder to prove their likelihood and thus leaves more holes in the logical answers and is thus less complete than when looked at individually.

Thankfully the new game that is supposed to release March 25th, is more alive than any other to date. The game itself has a Kill Switch or Gears of War feel about it that lends to suspenseful game play. However, unlike Kill Switch, Gears of War or any other game in its genre before, the map in which you are travelling through actually comes to life. The tower that you will need to negotiate, and eventually destroy, has its own thoughts on what you should be doing. One moment superb hiding positions will be plentiful and the next you will be completely in the open.

This new style, if successfully accepted by those who buy Quantum Theory, could lead to a whole new generation of game play. Game play of this nature would be one where you not only have your traditional adversaries, but also must face inanimate objects that you inherently trust as safe. Paranoia and therefore panic would set in for the players&index.html8217; minds and would further increase the difficulty of the game as when someone becomes excited or nervous, they tend to lose a lot of their fine motor skills which are crucial for the successful playing of video games.

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Quantum Mechanics

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Quantum mechanics is a very broad field. The reason is because this field encompasses all of quantum theory. Not only is this a broad field, but it&index.html8217;s also one that is fairly new. The origins of this field go back to right before 1840. While this may not seem like a very long time ago, in the big scheme of things, it&index.html8217;s nothing more than a blink. While ideas in this field were pursued for the remainder of the 19th century, it wasn&index.html8217;t until the first quarter of the 20th century that a lot of progress began to be made in this discipline. The decade following 1920 was a time when a significant amount of progress occurred.

While people who aren&index.html8217;t involved in a scientific field may shudder when they simply hear this name stated, it is possible for any average person to at least understand the purpose of quantum mechanics. Although someone who is unable to spend time studying this field can&index.html8217;t expect to gain any in-depth understanding, it&index.html8217;s still useful to know what this term means.

The basic focus of quantum mechanics is to understand how matter and energy interacts and behave. Because of the nature of the subject matter, the formulas related to this field can be quite abstract. Another component of this field that&index.html8217;s worth understanding is that many of these models are difficult to display in a traditional manner. While the field of quantum mechanics has been more successful at predicting particle behavior than classic approaches to physics, this is still a field that contains many different anomalies which simply haven&index.html8217;t been explained.

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Max Planck &index.html8211; Quantum Theory

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Max Planck is one of the most celebrated physicists in all of history. His contribution to the scientific community helped advance our knowledge about the atom and things on a subatomic level. Before Max Planck there were many different theories and guesses about the way atoms and electrons moved about. He finally solved the mystery of radiation and heat in regards to the atom and propelled science forever forward.

Max Planck studied the way electrons interacted in an atom when exposed to different types and levels of radiation. He discovered that only certain frequencies of radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum and certain levels were capable of making an electron “jump” from one orbital to the next. He called this small unit of energy a quanta. For instance, imagine that if you were trying to move a fridge from out of your kitchen and no matter how hard you pushed or anyone else pushed it never moved. Then a new person came in and applied a very specific amount of energy to the fridge and like butter, it slid out of the crevice and outside to the garage. Quanta are little packets of energy that contain certain amounts of energy. Planck discovered the amount of energy within each of these packets and how many were required to move an electron to and from energy levels inside of an atom.

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Quantum Theory &index.html8211; PS3

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Quantum Theory for the PlayStation 3 is a new game from PlayStation that is set to be released in the summer of 2010 in Japan, North America, and Europe. The game has many different challenges and obstacles, all of which are designed to make it even more fun as you try to continually improve your game play!

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In Quantum Theory PS3, you&index.html8217;ll be living in a post-apocalyptic world that has been destroyed by a black substance called Erosion. Erosion has taken most of the humans on Earth, and the few that have survived are now fighting Erosion, as well as the living tower. All of this while living in their new community, &index.html8220;Cocoon.&index.html8221; Syd, who is one of these humans, is trying to fight the tower when he meets Fillena, who joins him in his fight. Together, the two try to climb the tower while trying to figure out how they are going to survive!

Quantum Theory for the PlayStation 3 thrusts you into a dark and grimy world, where the chances of survival are grim. But you&index.html8217;ll get nothing but enjoyment as you play this single player or multi-player game and continue to try to save the last of the world that&index.html8217;s left. This game really does have it all, with Syd and Fillena using massively heavy artillery to try and fight off the tower, all while trying to get to the top of the tower. Add to that the fact that Erosion continues to destroy the tower, and the game becomes even more fun!

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Quantum Theory Game

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With its release just a few weeks away, many people are learning all they can about the soon-to-be epic game that is Quantum Theory. Quantum Theory is a game that is based around the ever popular third person shooter format. In the game, the world has been reduced to only a few survivors after a war ravaged the world to near nothingness. However, there is a new threat on the horizon that is even more powerful than the weapons used to create the nothingness that few people now call home.

A black substance, known only as Erosion, threatens the existence of the &index.html8220;Cocoon&index.html8221; that people built back up in an effort to reinvent society after apocalypse. Syd, your typical gung ho commando type, is one of the first volunteers to go and attempt to bring down the &index.html8220;Living Tower&index.html8221; that controls Erosion.

At first, this game seems like any other of the run of the mill &index.html8220;end of the world as we know it&index.html8221; games. However, upon closer inspection, one will find that it is anything but typical. The newest game play feature being that you can&index.html8217;t hide for long when it comes to the Tower. Because the Tower is living it only takes time for it to find out where you are and attempt to foil your plan to destroy it by moving your ground cover around.

By most estimates, this game will at least hit it off with the crowd that enjoyed others like it (Silent Hill, Gears of War, etc.), and many people feel that it will bring a whole new crowd into third person shooter games. In any event, the people at Team Tachyon and Tecmo are sure to be commended for their cutting edge ideas and all-together-new game play styling in this not-so-far-fetched futuristic game.

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The New Game from Tecmo is Quantum Theory

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Tecmo is planning to release a new game in spring of 2010 that will be called Quantum Theory. It was set to be a Playstation 3 exclusive but changed course to be included for the XBOX 360 console outside of Japan. The game is a third person shooter that has very nice graphics and awesome playability. The most common comparison for this game is Gears of War, even though it does have weaker resources. The end result is a fun and fast paced game that will be sure to keep people in their seats playing both single player and online. The genre is known to be played more by those who are owners of the XBOX 360 but the Playstation 3 is known for having much more processing power and capabilities.

Hopefully the team will get everything that is planned for both releases done so that it is released on schedule as this third party game is sure to have some interesting content. The setting takes place in a massive shape shifting tower that gets progressively difficult. The challenge for the player is to get to the top, which simply seems to continue to get further and further away. The player will get a helper controlled by the computer artificial intelligence which will stun enemies and make it possible to do combination attacks when you synch up your timing together. Although in the demonstration of the game, everything was still yet unrefined but a year later by spring 2010, it should be awesome when released.

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