|Originally posted by leph555 |
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|Originally posted by Domesticated |
Interesting. I've thought for a while now that we'll have the first commercially viable quantum computers within the next fifty years. I cancelled it some time ago, but I used to have a subscription to New Scientist. Each month they always seemed to report on a small but significant advancement to QM. It's that or nano technology which will make the next huge change to society I think.
I've never considered it prior to just now, but has anyone ever proposed that these quantum experiments are somehow bypassing or nullifying the dimension of time, causing us to observe the subjects in all possible states simply because it's impossible for them to exist in just the one without time?
For example, if you viewed a person's life without the aspect of time, it would be impossible to see them as only alive or only dead, because they'd simultaneously be both.
NS is great, I regularly grab a copy to read. Might actually take out a subscription.
The latest one had a fascinating article about why humans lost most of their hair and how it had an impact on the development of a larger brain and the evolution into the humans that we currently are.
The physics stuff is usually pretty damn sweet too, especially when it's linked to outer space.
Last edited by Fledz on Mar-24-2010 at 07:35