In 1923 Arthur Compton shone X-rays onto a block of graphite and found that they bounced off with their energy reduced exactly as would be expected if they were composed of particles colliding with electrons in the graphite. This was the first indication of radiation’s particle-like nature.
SHORTLISTED | Quantum Shorts 2012
A young man after failing to tell the girl he truly loves how he feels, struggles to come to terms with his decision. As he walks away feeling dejected, he begins to over analyse the very fabric of his choice and the ability to make a choice within a universe defined by The Many Worlds Theory by Hugh Everett.
This film explores how choices in our everyday lives maybe made in a multiverse in the form of The Many Worlds Theory.
Finding our place within the Multiverse.
Filmed on a Lomography LomoKino 35mm camera in Tokyo Japan for the Quantum Shorts 2012 Competition.
Robert Daniel Cook is a filmmaker from England living in Tokyo. He has always dreamed of directing films and hopes to achieve that goal someday. He has a passion for science and enjoys the pursuit of understanding as best he can how the universe works. In making this film, he was inspired by many worlds theory and his past experiences.