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Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Not even the most precise atomic clocks are immune to the quantum phenomenon known as superposition, according to a new theory developed by a team of physicists from Dartmouth College, Saint Anselm College and Santa Clara University.
Superposition describes the ability of an atom to simultaneously exist in multiple states. In a new study, published Friday in the journal Nature, scientists theorize that superposition leads a correction in atomic clocks -- an effect the study's authors call "quantum time dilation."
The new theory builds on Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, but offers a novel prediction about the nature of time.
"Whenever we have developed better clocks, we've learned something new about the world," lead researcher Alexander Smith said in a news release
"Quantum time dilation is a consequence of both quantum mechanics and Einstein's relativity, and thus offers a new possibility to test fundamental physics at their intersection," said Smith, an assistant professor of physics at Saint Anselm College and adjunct assistant professor at Dartmouth College.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Einstein became one of the first to challenge Isaac Newton's absolute notion of time. Einstein showed that the experience of…