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So it is for everything, and so also for the Humans, the existence is of a permanent one in a sea of cosmic and magical vibrations and currents, yes, it is like a vast lake, which in turn has many different seas in itself.
(Discover) Physicists have worked out a new method of storing information in the quantum states of atoms in diamond crystals. The scientists linked the spin of individual nitrogen atoms in the diamond--impurities at the jewelry counter, but boons in the physics lab--to the spin of nearby electrons. They could form a quantum link between the spin of the nitrogen atom and the spin of a nearby electron, letting the electron store information more stably than if it were spinning on its own. When a nitrogen is next to an empty spot in a diamond's carbon framework, it lets off an extra electron,leaving that electron free to have its quantum played around with. Using what they call "intense microwave fields" [PDF], the physicists were able to link the spin of a nitrogen atom to a neighboring electron, a pairing sparked by magnetic fields. Scientists have been looking at diamonds--with and without nitrogen impurities--as a quantum computing material for several years, in part because it can store quantum memory at room temperature, not the far-below-freezing temps required by some other materials.
1) The Pauli Exclusion Principle is one of the oldest and well-established principles in atomic physics. Every empirical observation we have confirms that no two particles have the same quantum state. In fact, the Exclusion Principle is required to explain the electron configurations of atoms. It's the reason only 2 electrons are allowed in the innermost "shell" (to use the classical terminology), 8 electrons in the next "shell" out, 18 in the next, 32 in the fourth, and so on. The Exclusion Principle isn't a best-guess (like "no two snowflakes look alike) - it's a requirement to explain atomic structure.
2) Again, like I said, the idea that information cannot be exchanged faster than the speed of light is an unnecessary assumption based on our limited observation of Relativity, and it's an assumption that must be abandoned. Information can, and does, transmit faster than light. It's called Entanglement.