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A study exploring the coupling between heat and particle currents in a gas of strongly interacting atoms highlights the fundamental role of quantum correlations in transport phenomena, breaks the revered Wiedemann-Franz law, and should open up an experimental route to testing novel ideas for thermoelectric devices. (1)

Irregularities between thermal and electrical conductivity.

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Just an example of irregularities found everywhere.

Every time we try to imagine patterns or similarities, something comes up to make us remember that the cosmos is chaos and not order. And then, just when we thought we have understood everything, we see order again. A whole universe balancing between two completely opposite states.

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Chaos and order.

Order and chaos.

A cosmos trying to tell us the secret we do not want to hear.

Watch closely. Listen.

There is nothing there…

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