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I didn't get any of that stuff
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I didn't get any of that stuff


What it meant to me was - more information can be stored/conveyed/decoded from a smaller number of bites, meaning faster, better, bigger-memory computers.
Oh yeah, and hella expensive too.
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Finally Crysis will be playable on very high mode.
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What it meant to me was - more information can be stored/conveyed/decoded from a smaller number of bites, meaning faster, better, bigger-memory computers.
Oh yeah, and hella expensive too.


Eventually it'll get cheaper though.

Anything with Quantum in the name must be cool
#8
I'm starting a degree in Physics with Quantum and Laser Technology in september, so i'll be learning all about this ****
.....maybe i should be slightly more interested in the computing side of things if im gonna do that degree...
Ah well, I can transfer to a plain ol' Physics degree during the first year if I want
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But will it have enough RAM for Vista???
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I'm a bit more interested in the DNA computer link on that page...


Yeah same here... A DNA computer!

It sounds pretty cool. Using biochemistry etc. instead of normal silicon crap...
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Does this mean I can finally run Crysis without lag?
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Does this mean I can finally run Crysis without lag?



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#13
If you dont play crysis on high resolutions than you can run it on high, like me
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#14
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How about a jesus computer?

I mean.
sounds about as reasonable as DNA computer.

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Finally Crysis will be playable on very high mode.


I doubt it!
#16
A qubit has some similarities to a classical bit, but is overall very different. Like a bit, a qubit can have two possible values–normally a 0 or a 1. The difference is that whereas a bit must be either 0 or 1, a qubit can be 0, 1, or a superposition of both (ie it can be both at the same time).
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I don't know if this is the same, but in my physics class at school, we were doing superconductivity, meaning that once you get something past a certain temperature, it has zero resistance, meaning that there is no heat generated. The computers you could make would be epic.
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A qubit has some similarities to a classical bit, but is overall very different. Like a bit, a qubit can have two possible values–normally a 0 or a 1. The difference is that whereas a bit must be either 0 or 1, a qubit can be 0, 1, or a superposition of both (ie it can be both at the same time).


... That makes no sense. How can it have 0 value and 1 value at the same time. Wouldn't that just be 1?
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#19
We simulated a quantum computer last year.. I couldn't see the point of it except that it did things pretty fast. Except what it did was find you a database entry when you already knew where it was :s

Watching the superpositions collapse through the application of quantum gates was fun though.
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... That makes no sense. How can it have 0 value and 1 value at the same time. Wouldn't that just be 1?


erm 1 and 0 are binary numbers, their values aren't just 1 and 0
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I don't know if this is the same, but in my physics class at school, we were doing superconductivity, meaning that once you get something past a certain temperature, it has zero resistance, meaning that there is no heat generated. The computers you could make would be epic.


All well and good, but things like DNA computing get speed in a different way. DNA transistors are a) smaller, b) switch faster than normal silicon based PCs.
#22
There are serious problems with quantum computing at the moment that need to be overcome.
#23
erm 1 and 0 are binary numbers, their values aren't just 1 and 0


they're.
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There are serious problems with quantum computing at the moment that need to be overcome.


what are they?
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... That makes no sense. How can it have 0 value and 1 value at the same time. Wouldn't that just be 1?

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Keeping qubits entangled.

But that is easily overcome by redirecting the muons through a subplatronic condenser.