Quantum Logic

Quantum Logic is one of the most complex and magical effects ever seen. In the May 2014 issue of Genii, as an intellectual exercise, Tom published “Quantum Logic” – a pastiche on Jim Steinmeyer’s work. But after putting it in print, Tom looked at it and thought “Damn, this is really good! I want to perform that myself. He asked Andreas Sebring at MetalWriting to take the idea and turn it into reality. The result is a prop with top notch craftsmanship and quality.

Can two objects exist in two different places at the same time?

Three boxes with a red, green and blue marking are shown. The green box has a deck of cards inside, the blue box has a book inside, and the red box is empty. A card and a book page are selected and two participants hold the blue and green box behind their back, with the book and deck still inside the boxes. The magician covers the color of the red box and states “Whose box is this?”

He opens the box and the previously empty box, now contains the deck from the green box. A corner of the selected card is torn off and the box is closed. “Whose box is this?” He opens the box again and it now contains the book from the blue box. The selected page is ripped off from the book and the box is closed. He removes the cover from the color marking and sees the red marking. “Oh, it is my box, the one that has been empty all the time” The third time he opens the box it is empty.

The participants open their boxes. In the green box the selected card now misses a corner and in the blue box the selected page from the book has been torn off. The torn corner matches the selected card and the teared-out page fits perfectly in the book.

Every year Andreas makes a limited series of Quantum Logic. If you want to be added to the waiting list You can either pay the Deposit fee of 1000 SEK or the full amount of 18 000 SEK and Andreas will contact you about delivery dates. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to know when the next batch is done.

1000,00 kr18000,00 kr

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