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February 26th, 2007

HQR: Quantum Computer, Einstein's Spooky Action

Abstract:
Within Holistic Quantum Relativity lies the realm of the human mind and the observable universe running like Quantum Computers: this technological synthesis offers the possibility of solving what computer science calls "NP-complete" problems. Last week D-Wave Systems, a privately-held Canadian firm Headquartered near Vancouver, BC, demonstrated what it calls the world's first commercially viable Quantum Computer at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. These are problems which are impossible or nearly impossible to calculate on a classical digital computer. Picking out a single pattern from a collection of patterns, such as one's mother, father, or child, from a photo of people, is easy for the human mind, but beyond the reach of a conventional desk-top computer!

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