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How will quantum computers help humans evolve?

All credit goes to Alan Dix and his co authors on this book.  The image, the copyright are for the authors and publishers.  I make no claim on the above image.

If you are like a lot of people, you are asking yourself “What in the hell is a quantum computer?”  According to wikipedia, “A quantum computer is a device for computation that makes direct use of quantum mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. Quantum computers are different from digital computers based on transistors. Whereas digital computers require data to be encoded into binary digits (bits), quantum computation utilizes quantum properties to represent data and perform operations on these data.[1] A theoretical model is the quantum Turing machine, also known as the universal quantum computer. Quantum computers share theoretical similarities with non-deterministic and probabilistic computers, like the ability to be in more than one state simultaneously. The field of quantum computing was first introduced by Richard Feynman in 1982.”  It’s a good explanation to get started with it.  How does the human body express itself in qubits?  Part of the answer will require a system that will allow DNA based computer systems to bridge with a quantum computer.  A DNA computer uses DNA to store information in a different method than modern digital computers do.    The questions I have are:

1.  If this bridge already exists, what projects are already working or are in the experimental stages?

2.  Can an ordinary IT employee or contractor be able to change their vibrational frequency to make changes to quantum based computer languages and operating systems?

3.  Will a quantum change greatly alter what we call the human body and human spirit?

4.  Conventional science argues that it can’t really define what energy is.  When we consider the human body as a chemical, electrical computer how will quarks, neutrinos, and other expresses of quantum mechanics effect our spiritual growth?  Would such sciences finally prove that religion and science are the same?  I know western scientist will argue their religion called “science” is completely different.  But with the help of quantum computing and human evolution will religion and science finally agree to meet with undisputed evidence?

As I read more about the feel of human interface design, this may lead us towards how this will effect our purpose here.  The human body already interacts with a cosmos internet.  David Icke has done an excellent job detailing how we send and receive information from what he calls the moon-matrix.  Will the next level of computing be so transparent and invisible to the masses they won’t suspect a deeper level of illusion of what we call ‘reality’?  Will manipulation of quantum particles make changes in the human body that will prove to be beneficial for our spiritual development or will it be there to further hinder us?

This photo could end up becoming a daily experience for the average person in the 2030 or 2040 perhaps?  Some people say that once again I’m suggesting long term development in cybernatics.  No.  Cybernatics would be various robotic like implement to substitute for organs like the brain, ears, appendages, etc.  The suggestion here is a person appears to be natural but they are changed at a level most humans laugh at denial that doesn’t exist for them.  Religious people said that such science would not replace God [to me].  We have to consider that as software comes in versions like v 1.0, v 2.0, v 3.0,etc.  Don’t we speak of our parents, children, and grandchildren as previous generation, next generation, and future generations?  Yes we do.  Its similar to the scale of version 1.0, v 2.0, and v 3.0.

It’s not an easy question considering most of the public still isn’t aware of this type of computing.  This writer was blocked from a newspaper trying to get them to publish such an article.  Journalists are some of the least informed and brain washed people I’ve ever met.  If you can offer any thoughts or feedback on how quantum computers can change or develop the human spirit or assist in evolutionary path?  I would really enjoy hearing any theories that you may have.  When replying please cite your personal experience or published work (please give the authors and publishers credit for their work) to support your ideas or thesis.

Mysterious ‘Majorana Fermion’ Discovered –Could Revolutionize Understanding of Dark Matter & Future of Quantum Computing

April 16, 2012

Mysterious ‘Majorana Fermion’ Discovered –Could Revolutionize Understanding of Dark Matter & Future of Quantum Computing



In 1938 one of the world’s greatet scientists withdrew all his money and disappeared during a boat trip from Palermo to Naples. Whether he killed himself, was murdered or lived on under a different identity is still not known. But no trace of The Italian physicist Ettore Majorana has ever been found.

Majorana was a brilliant theorist who in the 1930’s showed great insight into physics at a young age. He discovered a hitherto unknown solution to the equations from which quantum scientists deduce elementary particles: the Majorana fermion. Majorana deduced from quantum theory the possibility that there must be a special particle that would be right on the border between matter and antimatter.

Fast forward to February 2012, the mysterious Majorana fermion was detected in a nanowire, according to Dutch nanoscientist Leo Kouwenhoven. The discovery could confirm the theory that assumes that dark matter, which is thought to form about 73 percent of the Universe, is composed of Majorana fermions.Kouwenhoven leaked  preliminary results of his research at a scientific congress. On April 12, Kouwenhoven went public in Science Express, saying his team at at TU Delft’s Kavli Institute and the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM Foundation) — and also financed by Microsoft — had created a nanoscale electronic device in which a pair of Majorana fermions magically (my word) “appear” at either end of a nanowire.

The recipe was simple: take one nanowire (made by colleagues from Eindhoven University of Technology) and add a superconducting material and a strong magnetic field.

Qunatum computer experts say that Majorana fermions could be fundamental building blocks for a future quantum computer that would be exceptionally stable and barely sensitive to external influenceswould avoid the decoherence. challenge facing all current quantum computers.

Kouwenhoven’s team hopes to use a scheme called “topological quantum computation” that could evade decoherence at the hardware level by storing quantum information non-locally, which could lead to a Nobel Prize for Kouwenhoven and total domination of the future of quantum computing by Microsoft. Practically all theoretic particles that are predicted by quantum theory have been found in the last decades, with just a few exceptions, including the enigmatic Majorana particle and the well-known Higgs boson being sought by CERN”s massive LHC project.

On June 7, 2011 Italian media reported that the Carabinieri‘s RIS had analyzed a photograph of a man taken in Argentina in 1955, finding ten points of similarity with Majorana’s face. The mystery of the Majorana fermion lives on!

The image below shows two Majorana fermions (orange balls) are formed at the end of the nanowire. Electrons enter the nanowire from the Gold contact, and meet the Majorana fermion on the way. If the electron has the wrong energy, it is reflected back into the contact. If it has the right energy, it can go through the Majorana fermion via a special interaction.



Replacing Electricity With Light: First Physical ‘Metatronic’ Circuit Created

ScienceDaily (Feb. 23, 2012) — The technological world of the 21st century owes a tremendous amount to advances in electrical engineering, specifically, the ability to finely control the flow of electrical charges using increasingly small and complicated circuits. And while those electrical advances continue to race ahead, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are pushing circuitry forward in a different way, by replacing electricity with light.

“Looking at the success of electronics over the last century, I have always wondered why we should be limited to electric current in making circuits,” said Nader Engheta, professor in the electrical and systems engineering department of Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. “If we moved to shorter wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum — like light — we could make things smaller, faster and more efficient.”

Different arrangements and combinations of electronic circuits have different functions, ranging from simple light switches to complex supercomputers. These circuits are in turn built of different arrangements of circuit elements, like resistors, inductors and capacitors, which manipulate the flow of electrons in a circuit in mathematically precise ways. And because both electric circuits and optics follow Maxwell’s equations — the fundamental formulas that describe the behavior of electromagnetic fields — Engheta’s dream of building circuits with light wasn’t just the stuff of imagination. In 2005, he and his students published a theoretical paper outlining how optical circuit elements could work.

Now, he and his group at Penn have made this dream a reality, creating the first physical demonstration of “lumped” optical circuit elements. This represents a milestone in a nascent field of science and engineering Engheta has dubbed “metatronics.”

Engheta’s research, which was conducted with members of his group in the electrical and systems engineering department, Yong Sun, Brian Edwards and Andrea Alù, was published in the journal Nature Materials.