New tech shows Einstein wrong: we can watch Brownian motion

Ars Technica: "The seemingly random movement of Brownian motion just got a little more classical. Scientists have been able to image the ultrafast motions of a trapped particle, revealing the underlining trajectories causing Brownian motion. This is the first time inertial Brownian motion of a particle in a fluid have been measured."

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mindedone2656d ago

"Whoopdi doo Bassel,but what does it all mean?"

What are the ramifications of this?