Your computer (especially the semiconductor transistors inside computers), lasers, superconducting magnets and much more are made possible by QM. Classical mechanics and classical EM are no longer areas of study. All modern physicists either study quantum physics or general relativity. Even if they specialize in applied EM, QM can explain more about EM than classical EM.

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TopNeweststeven zheng.... means explore more on it and try to make good discoveries out of it... by advancing yechnologies

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can you explain briefly this em and general relativity??/ how it relate with qm...please

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Your computer (especially the semiconductor transistors inside computers), lasers, superconducting magnets and much more are made possible by QM. Classical mechanics and classical EM are no longer areas of study. All modern physicists either study quantum physics or general relativity. Even if they specialize in applied EM, QM can explain more about EM than classical EM.

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how can we make quantum mechanics more efficient?

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What do you mean by efficient?

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You should have make it a hyperlink.

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Why didn't that cross my mind? Thanks, I will.

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