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James D. Williams
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Origami Fukujima, our resident computer hack has completed his quantum computer and has posed several "simple" questions the answers to which are already well established.
He says that the device, which he calls "Basho", keeps giving "wrong" answers.
He suggests that perhaps what was presumed to be superposition during the design stage was in fact mimicry of superposition caused by the structure and functioning of the electronic architecture.
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Greg Michealson
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Although the idea of quantum computers may be sexy to some. I don't think this is the correct forum for your post.
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Re: Quantum Computer Dilemma-ADE "stand"
laugh With "dilemmas" MAKE ""Dilemma-ADE"" 'stand' attended by "ICE-T"! whistle
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mrspank wrote:
Although the idea of quantum computers may be sexy to some. I don't think this is the correct forum for your post.


Yeah. The people with a sense of humor are over there. Over here you should only post about Trump, Jewish theology, fake gay issues, and moosecock.
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George Brinton wrote:
Origami Fukujima, our resident computer hack has completed his quantum computer and has posed several "simple" questions the answers to which are already well established.
He says that the device, which he calls "Basho", keeps giving "wrong" answers.
He suggests that perhaps what was presumed to be superposition during the design stage was in fact mimicry of superposition caused by the structure and functioning of the electronic architecture.


"Go not to the quantum computers for answers, for they will answer both 'Yes' and 'No'." ~Bilbo Baggins
 
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George Brinton wrote:
Origami Fukujima, our resident computer hack has completed his quantum computer and has posed several "simple" questions the answers to which are already well established.
He says that the device, which he calls "Basho", keeps giving "wrong" answers.
He suggests that perhaps what was presumed to be superposition during the design stage was in fact mimicry of superposition caused by the structure and functioning of the electronic architecture.

Could you provide some context to your post? I have no idea who "Origami Fukujima" is, nor a quantum machine known as "Basho". More importantly, neither does Google. Also, the first programmable quantum computer was just debuted at the U of Maryland in August of this year, previous computers could only perform pre-programmed tasks. The U of M machine fairly consistently gives the correct answers.

I feel like this post is just a joke or esoteric reference I'm missing.
 
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I think its a piss take on the free\god thread because the argument has swung back to only religion gave man morality and the difference between truth and fact. ie. truth is subject to environemnt and biology.


incidentally Bilbo was wrong - a quantum computer would be all posible answers at once so it would be everything and nothing.

 
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