Agenda Computing and Current Business Applications
January 14, 2015 By admin
January 13, 2015 at 6:06 am
If the government manages to get these things made then they’ll be able to
crack any password…
The Truth says
January 13, 2015 at 6:07 am
Quantum computers huh?
Well there are three possibilities 1. is S.A.O. 2. Is the Matrix and 3. is
In each and every case that may or may not happen, I will still be
downloading AngryBirds on my old fucking phone
Rares Popa says
January 13, 2015 at 6:11 am
Yes i care. About boobs.
January 13, 2015 at 6:18 am
‘all the major powers that influence our lives’
‘the US governement’
tell me again how people from the US arent ignorant retards…
Alex McCabe says
January 13, 2015 at 6:24 am
physics doesn’t make it possible, nature makes it possible. Physics makes
Eddie Pitts says
January 13, 2015 at 6:25 am
Whoo Hoo so if it can actually send particles to the past them maybe in my
lifetime my pc will be able to unsend my drunk text!
Devin Spurrill says
January 13, 2015 at 6:26 am
Not gonna lie, did not understand most of this video. can you dumb it down
January 13, 2015 at 6:43 am
Meh, quantum computing, while it has gotten a lot of media attention, is
just one of multiple next-generation technologies researchers have been
working on for decades. Sadly none have really panned out in an economic
way, at least not so far.
I suspect this will be a dead end, with a few niche applications but
otherwise we will likely see improvements coming from manufacturing
techniques rather than raw density. Think of it this way, a modern CPU
fits on the head of a pin, but imagine taking that same density and having
a cubic centimeter block of CPU instead. There are lots fo engineering
problems in doing so, but there is a lot of room to work there.
An artist theory on the physics of 'Time' as a physical process. Quantum Atom Theory says
January 13, 2015 at 6:56 am
To have an objective understanding of quantum computers that fits in with
the reality of our everyday life we would need an objective understanding
of quantum mechanics itself.
A quantum computer makes direct use of quantum mechanical phenomena, such
as superposition and entanglement to perform operations. Instead of having
Bits we have qubits or quantum bits that can be zero and one at the same
There are a number of physical objects that can be used as a qubit like a
single photon or an electron. Scientists have used the outer most electron
of an atom as a qubit. It works because all electrons have magnetic fields
they are like little bar magnets and this property is called spin. They
have spin up and spin down just like a classical bit having 1 or 0. But the
big differences is that they can have spin up or spin down at the same time
and this is where the quantum computer gets its superior computing power
There is no logical or classical explanation of why a single photon or
electron can represent a quantum bit or qubit and therefore represent zero
and one at the same time.
This video will put forward the idea that we don’t have a logical
explanation of this because we don’t have a complete understanding of the
nature of ‘time’ as a physical process. The only explanation is that ‘time’
is an emergent property with the future continuously coming into existence
photon by photon within a Universe of continuous creation.
Cytokinetics s says
January 13, 2015 at 7:15 am
I’ve done a ton of reading about the foundations of QM and I’d be willing
to bet a lot of money that quantum computers will never exist (or at least
will never outperform classical computers). The “advantage” over classical
computers relies on the reality of superposition (which is an unproven
postulate of QM). Einstein was the first and said it the best: It is not
that QM is wrong, rather it is incomplete.
Here’s a quote directly from Einstein:
“Within the framework of statistical quantum theory there is no such thing
as a complete description of the individual
system. More cautiously it might be put as follows: The attempt to
conceive the quantum-theoretical description as the complete description of
the individual systems leads to unnatural theoretical interpretations,
which become immediately unnecessary if one accepts the interpretation that
the description refers to ensembles of systems and not to individual
He is saying superposition is an unnatural theoretical interpretation,
brought about by assuming the completeness of current quantum theory. In
other words, he claims there is no superposition in any individual system,
but it is only when lots of individual systems are taken as a whole that
they can be accurately “averaged” as being in a state of superposition.
This is useful for calculations but has nothing to do with REALITY at a
fundamental level. That is his main point.
The truth is that the foundations of quantum mechanics are still not on
solid ground to this day. More and more physicists are starting to realize
this and are forced to turn to other interpretations of QM, but the truth
is the majority of physicists either don’t realize this problem or don’t
care (because the statistical “averaging” of QM works extraordinarily
(read here if you’d like a more in depth discussion of Einstein’s take on
Coon Pooch says
January 13, 2015 at 7:25 am
Crystal your so damn fake its hard to watch! Whats makes Anthony and Trace
so good, is that they seem genuine when speaking and there personality is
the real deal and not faked like you! Learn to public speak bitch or get
off camera slut!!!!!!!!!!!
Panah Rad says
January 13, 2015 at 7:42 am
On #Quantum Computers …
January 13, 2015 at 7:44 am
Theoretically, quantum entanglement can be used to communicate
instantaneously over infinite distances. A box with several entangled
molecules would hypothetically be able to transmit digital information to
its counterpart anywhere in the universe. Sorry “Star Trek” fans, it looks
like subspace communication is going to be obsolete before it ever gets
invented. This type of communication is more like the Ansible from the
“Ender’s Game” novels.
kevin ruijs says
January 13, 2015 at 8:33 am
in 2000 the fastest super computer in the world a computer that filled up a
entire building whit a peak performance of 1 teraflop now fits in our
mobile phone and the fastest supper computer on eurth now runs at 55 peta
flops half the speed of the human brain can you imagine 15 years from now
our mobile phones being faster than our brains or even a super computer
whit more processing power then all humanitys brains together
January 13, 2015 at 9:21 am
I’ll tell you why quantum computing WON’T change the world.
Microsoft will write the OS that quantum computers will run and so they
will be slow and crash prone.
January 13, 2015 at 10:03 am
Faster than normal computers? Yes, maybe.
Better at solving problems? No.
They might be faster, but you can get the same result from a normal pc.
Every possible problem you could compute on a quantum computer can also be
solved with a regular computer, it is not possible to make a problem that
only quantum computers can solve but regular computers can’t. That means
quantum computers are not better (since they can’t solve more problems),
January 13, 2015 at 12:37 pm
I’ve never heard such a misinformed conceptualization of Quantum Mechanics
since Deepak Chopra… I would suggest that she commits herself to some
proper education and research before subjecting us to this type of malarkey
January 13, 2015 at 5:38 pm
They’ve been saying “quantum computers” for close to thirty years now, and
they seem no closer to having one than they ever did. All they seem to have
is the same one bit curiosity in a lab that they keep fooling with and
never get anywhere with it. It’s even worse than the promise of fusion.
It’s becoming a running joke in the trade.
January 13, 2015 at 9:08 pm
i find this girl so hot, and i dont know why.
Carlos Rangel says
January 13, 2015 at 10:44 pm
I have a question. Could Quantum computers be the key to finally
transplanting the human brain to a synthetic device? I will make my own
research for the answer. I just wanted to let you know how much this video
has stimulated my curiosity.
January 13, 2015 at 11:42 pm
The average sheep around the world are far too easily distracted by simple
socioeconomic, political, and ideological beliefs to ever grasp what a
quantum computer truly is.
We need to face reality. .001% of the population in the world actually
contribute to the evolution of mankind and technology. The rest are just
along for the ride.
Sadly, this rate of true understanding vs using technology as a crutch to
seem coherent is growing exponentially.
I think the average human being is loving and kind, but also primal in
nature and easily manipulated. The majority of the worlds population over
the next few decades is going to be eradicated one way or another.
January 14, 2015 at 12:15 am
Interesting and very potent system if possible. Likelihood is not looking
good unless we think outside of the box. How can you isolate an event from
the “outside world” while maintaining a control of the event using methods
that can be effected by other events on the “outside world”? Hmm
Michael Pappano says
January 14, 2015 at 4:44 am
I love quantum mechanics. It’s one of the most fascinating things I’ve ever
heard of. That and singularities. They make the world feel amazing again.
Josh Adamik says
January 14, 2015 at 7:28 am
playing video games on that would be epic :D