Have humans created the Quantum computers for a real life terminator? Or can Quantum computers reach beyond our world into other dimensions?
That’s exactly what the scientists who created quantum computing are talking about—directly interacting with parallel universes.
In this episode, Edge of Wonder hosts Ben Chasteen and Rob Counts are going to uncover exactly what is going on and what the dangers are of these quantum computers.
What are Quantum computers and how do they work?
Information from classic computers exists as bits in either a state of 0s or 1s. Quantum computers rely on particles called quantum bits. These can hold a value of 0 or 1 or both values at the same time.
For classic computers to transform an equation to find the solution, it follows the path in a linear way. The computer looks at the equation and tries different combinations to find the answer.
A Quantum computer looks at the equation and finds the solution by trying every possible answer all at once and then chooses the correct answer.
A classic computer takes years to crack a code while a quantum computer could do it in seconds.
Even the creator of the D-Wave Quantum Computers, Geordi Rose, has made some very strange comments about what they do. He said: “The power of quantum computing is that we can ‘exploit parallel universes’ to solve problems that we have no other means of confirming.”
The crazy thing is that other people have also said that they work at the quantum level and actually compute in parallel dimensions while bringing back data from there to here. But the big question is, what is it that they are bringing back?
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