Hello everyone,

I'm new to Brilliant, but I noticed that there aren't many posts on Quantum Mechanics and it's sad that not many people appreciate the sheer beauty of it :'( I'd really love it if we could set up a space where we could share our ideas and knowledge of QM as one big happy community, or just discuss new or confounding ideas in modern physics.

(I'm posting this in the hope that someone will actually bother to read this and share his/her thoughts?)

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TopNewestHi Nicole - I'm very intrigued by this idea. If this is something you're passionate about, I'd be happy to work with you to setup a Quantum Mechanics club on Brilliant, where people can share knowledge and contribute interesting problems.

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A Quantum Mechanics club on Brilliant would be the icing on the cake.

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I made a set on quantum mechanics already, but it is mainly wave mechanics. Matrix mechanics takes a long time to type.

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Hi Suyeon, Yes, I really hope we can have a club of some sorts dedicated solely to Quantum Mechanics and I think your suggestion is great! :) I'd be happy to work with you too.

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Are you looking for something like this ?

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Hi Sudeep, Thanks for sharing these notes with me. I've actually read up on most of this, but I think the notes give in-depth explanations (that is kinda hard to find in books from the library) :)

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Was too much for a 13 year old.

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Well theoretical part of quantum mechanics may be great but you won't want to get into the mathematical part cause it's not in reach of most of us

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You mean the conceptual part of QM. The theoretical part is so bizarre that it is far beyond me. Plus math is part of the theory.

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