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Exotic physics associated with frustrated quantum magnets is an enduring theme in condensed matter research. The formation of quantum spin liquids (QSL) in such systems can give rise to topological states of matter with fractional excitations1,2,3,4 . The realization of this physics in real materials is an exciting prospect that may provide a path to a robust quantum computing technology
originally posted by: soficrow
a reply to: UnderKingsPeak
The bio-supercomputer was real, and it worked. Definitely not in "Sci-Fi land."
I'm hoping someone here has some hard information.
originally posted by: TheWhiteKnight
From your source:
"Once you put electrodes on people's heads, it's feasible."
That is a feint. The can use airwaves for intercepting/interfacing brainwaves. Around the clock encephalograms,
for everyone. Because they can.
You may as well believe that in order to use a satellite phone, you must have wires strung out to space. Or, that because you paid $600 for a frequency counter, your room has no spy receivers in it, since, you know, there was no red light flashing.