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Quantum Awesomeness

Sorry for a bit of a link bomb, but this is awesome stuff....."coming to a network near you soon"

http://ab.co/2trI1pb

Been reading about the security implications with Quantum related computing for some time, great to see them doing so well....and without wires being best!!

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This looks like a good beginning. I imagine much like when aplitude and
frequency modulation were "invented". Throw something out, scramble it, and
have it reappear on the other side. Since it seems to not deteriorate in
space, I wonder when a Star Trek transporter will be available? In the short
term, maybe we'll all start wearing helmets with little parabolic dishes on top
so we can instantly get data from satelites.

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Kim - 6/16/2017 8:17:15 AM
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Ha!

I think it will make transporting objects more likely. By manipulating particles at the destination to be exactly like those at the source, then disintegrating the source particles, transportation done.....although, even Star Trek admitted this, transportation is actually copying.... They've already managed to copy objects in today's world, but the original object remained....so they're getting there.

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On 6/17/2017 9:44 PM, ScorpionSting wrote:
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> Ha!
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> I think it will make transporting objects more likely. By manipulating
> particles at the destination to be exactly like those at the source,
> then disintegrating the source particles, transportation
> done.....although, even Star Trek admitted this, transportation is
> actually copying.... They've already managed to copy objects in today's
> world, but the original object remained....so they're getting there.
>
>

Imagine the ethical debate over destroying the original.
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Ethics?! Who has ethics these days? Its also very subjective! 😛

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Bob wrote:

> Imagine the ethical debate over destroying the original.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_for_Anything

"A for Anything is a science fiction novel by American writer Damon
Knight. The author postulates the discovery, in the near future, of the
"Gismo", a device that can duplicate anything—even another Gismo. Since
all material objects have become essentially free, the only commodity of
value is human labor, and the author suggests that a slave economy would
be the inevitable result."

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Hey Black, Douglas:

>only commodity of value is human labor,


But what would they need to do?

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Kim - 6/20/2017 8:44:03 AM
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kgroneman,

> But what would they need to do?
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Be possessions.
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Hey Black, Douglas:

>Be possessions.


Just copy all the guns and ammunition......

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Kim - 6/20/2017 1:06:07 PM
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The experiment by a group of Chinese researchers, led by Professor Jian-Wei Pan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), takes us a step closer to achieving instant, unhackable communication....😛
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