What do you tech fags know about it ?
Sounds like it may have the kind of potential to obliterate mankind, thoughts ?
Quite the contrary
Quantum mechanics is the closest thing to understanding the universe and all the matter with it
A quantum computer displaces and isolates a single hydrogen atom(1 proton) using cooling systems to achieve almost absolute zero temperature
Focusing light through the atom we can use the POWER of superpositions by which way the light bends
It is true and false until it is observed in someway shape or form. The observation creates the answer by bypassing certain means of traditional calculations with bits 1010101's
Things that are left to chance can be controlled, if you program all the right parameters you could achieve a 100% prediction of say.... A poker game or ON A LARGE SCALE the collapse of a star
By looking into the quantum realm. Normal physics do not apply or plainly aren't apparent. Interactions between things made out of particles to form atoms. Those atoms are EXTREMELY DENSE.
It could be the last chance to find an energy source that will truly LASTS for millenia
>trying to 100% simulate a physical event with less matter than there is in the actual event
>not realizing that there is more information in the actual thing
in other words:
How the fuck do you want to completely simulate a physical system by a physical system that is orders om magnitude smaller ?
>POWER of superpositions by which way the light bends
Superposition means that its an addition of states, not a bending of something...
No what I meant is that it gives a clear answer once it is observed.
And yes you can simulate 100% if every parameter of say a poker game was programmed in. When a card is unobserved its in a superposition;
Traditional calculations of odds is based ENTIRELY on superpostions; the thing we call "luck" can be controlled finally
You are correct!
With quantum mechanics on a physical scale; through quantum tunneling it can bypass a wall by literally "PHASING" through it.
In a virtual sense and along with the MULTI-VERSE theory. Instead of crunching numbers to find passwords and what not.... All it has to do is exist in the universe where it solved a problem
Now I hear what you're saying Mr "Scientist" but can it run Crysis and at what FPS?
Would you swallow one of Andy’s steamy logs?
Or the potential to do a lot of good. Specially when it comes to running simulations for medical reasons. Take finding cures that scientists spend their entire life's trying to find and a quantum computer that can calculate a entire simulation in the blink of an eye. Or it becomes skynet and kills us all either way it is neat
I'm a newbie PhD student in quantum information. If we could build fault tolerant quantum computers with many qubits, we could solve some intractable and hard computer science problems. Currently the research is split into two areas, one concentrates on theoretical methods what could be computed assuming there was a large scale quantum computer, second tries to build it so that noise doesn't increase with number of qubits. Some scientists are sjeptical if it is even possible.
Happy to explain, OP.
1. There is a "wave function" embodying the future of everything, including all possible outcomes.
2. You can isolate a particle and make its "wave function" do interesting things. e.g. it could lay out multiple alternate routes.
3. But the particle follow along the wave and takes only one of the alternate routes, so what is the point?
4. The point is that the alternate future routes actually influence each other. The famous example is "interference fringes".
5. In a quantum computer, we isolate something or other, and its future alternate routes - shaped by the hardware - embody calculations.
6. Since all these future routes exist at once (in the wave function) then MULTIPLE calculations are done by a SINGLE piece of hardware.
7. And then - this is the difficult bit - we have them influence each other so that the physical solid thing takes the route that leads to the answer that we WANT. e.g. the password that breaks an encryption.
I should add that it's really difficult and inconvenient to work with quantum circuits, compared to normal ones.
It's like trying to walk on your knees with your hands behind your back while a cop is waiting to shoot you if you make a single mistake. And he doesn't care that you're white.
Its not about the scale ore speed,its about the design.
The design they are using now are old and outdated and they know it.
But because of profit they keep on pumping shit out.