Scientists Develop Method for Quantum Information Transfer

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JBB-SaDo

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[citation][nom]fuzzion[/nom]If you have to ask, you probably cant afford it.[/citation]

If you don't ask, you won't be able to afford it....
 

freggo

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in 20 years my grandkids will have that in their cell phones (or phone implants).
And they will complain about the slow speed, the high cost ($299 with contract -before inflation-) and the 2PB storage limit :)

Gotta love science !

 

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Quantum computing breakthroughs are becoming more and more frequent lately. The potential of even a system with a small number of q-bits is just amazing. Once these are actually made, it will be a new technological revolution at least as big as the silicon one.
 

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[citation][nom]fuzzion[/nom]If you have to ask, you probably cant afford it.[/citation]
can you....wait my tax money paid for it, so yes I can afford it....did I really need it??....I think not
 

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[citation][nom]freggo[/nom]in 20 years my grandkids will have that in their cell phones (or phone implants).And they will complain about the slow speed, the high cost ($299 with contract -before inflation-) and the 2PB storage limit :)Gotta love science ![/citation]

Your grandkids will live in mud houses and will use liquid animal fat to light their houses, because you have exhausted the natural resources of the planet and you have not thought about saving and recycling for even a second. :D
 
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