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The Beginning of our Journey, and Representation as a Team member in this brand new Society
The videos by bqb are alright for biologists like me to understand, but the Lesson by IBM is for Maths, Physics and Computer Science Undergraduate-level people to understand. With this Society, those undergrads will have far more knowledge, also bridging gaps for non-scientists' attention to:
IBM's Quantum Explorers year-long programme (free)
The Coding School's Qubit by Qubit year-long course (free)

And other, more niche (free) courses like Quantum Formalism which will be perfect for the three degree types you, the Team, have.
IBM also has a Summer School for us uni' students, here, which I heavily suggest you watch:
Quantum Formalism by Zaiku Group can be found here: https://www.quantumformalism.com/
This is more a Quantum+Mathematics Theory & Hardware Course ^ All Team members heavily suggested to join this rolling course, again, it's free. Everything I give is free.
Back to the fundamentals
For missing links like 11, 12 & 13, the entire series can be found here:
Some of the PDF files of the slides can be found here on GitHub: https://github.com/Hanrui-Wang/quantum-computer-systems-lectures/tree/main
Very brief explanation :-( : "Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in quantum physics where two particles become connected in such a way that the state of one particle affects the state of the other, even when they are separated by large distances. This means that if one particle's state is changed, the other particle's state will also change instantaneously, regardless of the distance between them. This strange behavior has been observed in experiments and is still not fully understood.
As for teleportation, it is a hypothetical process where the exact quantum state of an object can be transmitted from one location to another, effectively moving the object without physically traveling through the space in between. This concept is based on the principles of quantum entanglement, where the state of one particle can be instantly transferred to another particle regardless of distance. String theory is a theoretical framework that attempts to unify all the fundamental forces of nature, including gravity, into a single theory. It suggests that the smallest building blocks of the universe are not particles, but tiny strings that vibrate at different frequencies. This theory is still being studied and is a subject of ongoing research.
If you're interested in learning more about quantum entanglement and string theory, there are many reputable sources available online such as scientific journals, books, and websites of universities and research institutions. Some good places to start might be the websites of the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo, or the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
1. What is quantum entanglement? Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which two or more particles become connected in such a way that the state of one particle affects the state of the other, even when they are separated by large distances.
2. How does quantum entanglement work? Quantum entanglement works by creating pairs of particles that are inextricably linked, meaning that their properties are correlated with each other. This link remains even when the particles are separated, and any changes to one particle will affect the other.
3. What is the significance of quantum entanglement? Quantum entanglement is significant because it challenges our understanding of how the physical world works. It also has potential applications in quantum computing, cryptography, and teleportation.
4. How does quantum entanglement relate to teleportation? Quantum entanglement is essential for teleportation, as it allows for the instantaneous transfer of information from one particle to another. This information can then be used to recreate an exact copy of the original particle at a different location.
5. What is the connection between quantum entanglement and string theory? Quantum entanglement and string theory are both fundamental principles in understanding the behavior of the universe at a quantum level. String theory suggests that all particles are made up of tiny strings, and quantum entanglement explains how these strings can be connected and influence each other."