ESP Biography



THOMAS MITTIGA, ESP Teacher




Major: Physics

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: G

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Past Classes

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Quantum Weirdness Mechanics in Splash Fall 18
Can objects exist in multiple places at once? How do we perform spooky actions at a distance--apparent faster-than-lightspeed travel? Quantum Mechanics seems weird on the surface, but a closer look reveals the real weirdness may not be where you expected.


The Diving Bell and the Quantum Butterfly in Splash Fall 18
All humans are locked-in to a superficial world: we have limited means of communicating and exploring beyond the surface on which we trod. In this class, find out how it is that scientists triumph over nature's limitations and transcend into the world of Quantum Mechanics.


Quantum Weirdness Mechanics in Splash Spring 18
Can objects exist in multiple places at once? How do we perform spooky actions at a distance--apparent faster-than-lightspeed travel? Quantum Mechanics seems weird on the surface, but a closer look reveals the real weirdness may not be where you expected.


The Diving Bell and the Quantum Butterfly in Splash Spring 18
All humans are locked-in to a superficial world: our minds are perfectly intact, but we have limited means of communicating beyond the surface on which we trod, that is, in the Quantum Realm. In this class, find out how it is that scientists triumph over nature and transcend into the world of Quantum Mechanics.


Making the Coolest Matter in the Universe in Splash Fall 17
The coolest matter in the universe isn't on the dark side of the moon (a tepid 116K or -250F) or hidden in the deepest depths of space (a brisk 2.6K or -455F), but rather is right here on Earth.


Quantum Weirdness Mechanics in Splash Fall 17
Can objects exist in multiple places at once? How do we perform spooky actions at a distance--apparent faster-than-lightspeed travel? Quantum Mechanics seems weird on the surface, but a closer look reveals the real weirdness may not be where you expected.


Time Crystals in Splash Fall 17
Time Crystals are real. Humans have made them. Find out what superpowers they grant us!


Achieving the Coolest Matter in the Universe in Splash Fall 2016
The coolest matter in the universe isn't on the dark side of the moon (a tepid 116K or -250F) or hidden in the deepest depths of space (a brisk 2.6K or -455F), but rather is right here on Earth.


Quantum Weirdness Mechanics in Splash Fall 2016
Can objects exist in multiple places at once? How do we perform spooky actions at a distance--apparent faster-than-lightspeed travel? Quantum Mechanics seems weird on the surface, but a closer look reveals the real weirdness may not be where you expected.


Achieving the Coolest Matter in the Universe in Splash Fall 15
The coolest matter in the universe isn't on the dark side of the moon (a tepid 116K or -250F) or hidden in the deepest depths of space (a brisk 2.6K or -455F), but rather is right here on Earth.


Achieving the Coolest Matter in the Universe in Splash Spring 15
The coolest matter in the universe isn't on the dark side of the moon (a tepid 116K or -250F) or hidden in the deepest depths of space (a brisk 2.6K or -455F), but rather is right here on Earth.