What is quantum physics?

Quantum physics, also called quantum mechanics called quantum mechanics, is a fascinating field within physics that focuses on understanding molecules, atoms and even smaller particles – the so-called subatomic particles – and their intriguing behaviors.

One of the amazing discoveries made in this field is that an atom consists almost entirely of empty space – more specifically 99.9999999999999% of it. This groundbreaking insight significantly changes our perception of matter. Matter is not as solid as it seems; it is actually made up of energy and information.

It is through this interaction between information and energy that concepts such as time, space, matter and conditions are created . These tangible aspects are only superficial manifestations or consequences of deeper interactions between specific information and energetic processes. They are like icebergs of which we can only see the tip above the surface of the water, while a much larger structure is hidden underwater.

These thoughts take us back to the wise words of Nikola Tesla at the beginning of the twentieth century: “If you want to discover the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” This statement continues to resonate to this day with scientists around the world trying to unravel how our universe really functions at a fundamental level.

Nicola Tesla