09-24-2021, 01:13 PM

Quantum computers are pretty cool Here's what I've learned about them so far:

If you see a photo of one, it looks like a chandelier (and that’s actually how they refer to them). The actual quantum chip is located at the very bottom. The rest of the chandelier is used to cool the chip to near absolute zero and guide microwave pulses to the qubits, which are atoms, ions, or photons used to represent 1’s, 0’s, or a mixture of both in a thing called “superposition”. Think of 1’s as heads, 0’s as tails, and “superposition” as the coin spinning in the air. This principle of superposition is what makes quantum computers so powerful. While a regular digital computer can only be in one possible combination for a certain number of bits at a time, a quantum computer can be in ALL the possible combinations at the SAME time when in superposition. This allows for problems that would take every digital supercomputer in the world hundreds of thousands of years to compute to be solved in minutes. Microwave pulses are used to flip, place in superposition, entangle, interfere with, and eventually measure the qubits. Interference is where the magic happens. While in superposition, qubits have varying wave amplitudes or probabilities towards being a 1 or 0. Quantum gates and algorithms are used to run constructive and destructive interference upon the qubits’ binary probabilities in order to steer or guide them towards a desired answer without knowing in advance what that is.

Pretty cool, huh? I think so.

Ever wonder how it's physically possible for a qubit to be a 1 and a 0 at the same time? Here's a possibility: the 1 and 0 are different configurations of space and time warped into simultaneity within the qubit itself. The nucleus of atoms have been said to behave similar to black holes. Time is actually a relative and dynamic force controlled by the flow of gravity. This has been known and proven since the mid 1900's as "time dilation". If you were on a planet twice the size of earth, time would flow twice as slow because there would be more gravity. Time flows slightly faster even for a person standing on top of a skyscraper than a person on the ground because gravity is stronger closer to the ground. In fact, without the mathematics to account for time dilation, our GPS satellites wouldn't stay in sync with our devices on the ground- you wouldn't be able to find a "restaurant near you" or use Google maps to find your way around. Since it's possible that quantum computers are manipulating space-time itself within its qubits, they could be called "time machines". Either way, we do have empirical proof that time machines exist. Remember the U.S. Navy confirmed footage of the real-life UFO that got national news coverage a few years ago on CNN? From the data recorded by the Navy fighter jet's cameras and what we know about physics, it would be impossible for the UFO to pull off the maneuvers it did without somehow warping time- the G-forces would have smashed it flat even if it and any possible occupants were made of titanium. This is real stuff that really happened. It is an undeniable part of our reality and the ramifications are huge. Why it's not one of the main topics we're focusing on right now is beyond me.

With technologies such Star Link, NeuraLink, and the quantum internet, I think the future will be pretty interesting.

If you see a photo of one, it looks like a chandelier (and that’s actually how they refer to them). The actual quantum chip is located at the very bottom. The rest of the chandelier is used to cool the chip to near absolute zero and guide microwave pulses to the qubits, which are atoms, ions, or photons used to represent 1’s, 0’s, or a mixture of both in a thing called “superposition”. Think of 1’s as heads, 0’s as tails, and “superposition” as the coin spinning in the air. This principle of superposition is what makes quantum computers so powerful. While a regular digital computer can only be in one possible combination for a certain number of bits at a time, a quantum computer can be in ALL the possible combinations at the SAME time when in superposition. This allows for problems that would take every digital supercomputer in the world hundreds of thousands of years to compute to be solved in minutes. Microwave pulses are used to flip, place in superposition, entangle, interfere with, and eventually measure the qubits. Interference is where the magic happens. While in superposition, qubits have varying wave amplitudes or probabilities towards being a 1 or 0. Quantum gates and algorithms are used to run constructive and destructive interference upon the qubits’ binary probabilities in order to steer or guide them towards a desired answer without knowing in advance what that is.

Pretty cool, huh? I think so.

Ever wonder how it's physically possible for a qubit to be a 1 and a 0 at the same time? Here's a possibility: the 1 and 0 are different configurations of space and time warped into simultaneity within the qubit itself. The nucleus of atoms have been said to behave similar to black holes. Time is actually a relative and dynamic force controlled by the flow of gravity. This has been known and proven since the mid 1900's as "time dilation". If you were on a planet twice the size of earth, time would flow twice as slow because there would be more gravity. Time flows slightly faster even for a person standing on top of a skyscraper than a person on the ground because gravity is stronger closer to the ground. In fact, without the mathematics to account for time dilation, our GPS satellites wouldn't stay in sync with our devices on the ground- you wouldn't be able to find a "restaurant near you" or use Google maps to find your way around. Since it's possible that quantum computers are manipulating space-time itself within its qubits, they could be called "time machines". Either way, we do have empirical proof that time machines exist. Remember the U.S. Navy confirmed footage of the real-life UFO that got national news coverage a few years ago on CNN? From the data recorded by the Navy fighter jet's cameras and what we know about physics, it would be impossible for the UFO to pull off the maneuvers it did without somehow warping time- the G-forces would have smashed it flat even if it and any possible occupants were made of titanium. This is real stuff that really happened. It is an undeniable part of our reality and the ramifications are huge. Why it's not one of the main topics we're focusing on right now is beyond me.

With technologies such Star Link, NeuraLink, and the quantum internet, I think the future will be pretty interesting.