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Quantum Computer Built Inside a Diamond

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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 06:42 AM
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Originally posted by popsmayhem
These leaps in technology
are getting longer and longer and mores law
is slowing down.


or is it BEING slowed down?




posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 06:43 AM
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Which will not happen in your lifetime so don't get too excited. The quantum computers right now are garbage, they still have alot of work to make it work right.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 06:48 AM
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Originally posted by matthewgraybeal
There are more uses for this than meets the eye. Especially if this could be used unsuspectingly for or against the benefit of mankind. What if it already has. What if this could be introduced into an organic being.

If then goto, If then goto. Programming in Basic commands come to mind.

My imagination should not be let out to play.


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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 07:22 AM
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lends credence to the notion of an electric universe. who's to say the diamond star isn't just one huge chip among billions connected across this vast universe. I would mention if God created the Big Bang then this is not a simulation, but if God WAS CREATED by the BB then I'd say yes this is an illusion- a virtual reality, one possibility in innumerable possible outcomes



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 07:30 AM
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Originally posted by windword
That is super cool. I didn't see anywhere in the article whether they created the diamond or used a natural one. But, it gets me thinking. When my parents died, their bodies were cremated. I learned that, for a hefty price, we could have their ashes made into a diamond.

Imagine in the future, what if one could use mom's ashes to make a cool computer?!


hahaha.....best thing ive read in awhile...
i needed that!

Anyone ever read Timeline? Their computers could put the electrons in all 32 states making it way way super cool...I love tech. Can't wait to see where it goes.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 07:41 AM
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Originally posted by The X
What about the heart of jupiter, reported to be a 1000 cubic mile diamond at the heart of the gas giant.
that would be an excellent gateway to super positional states.


the great red spot is a usb port. there should be many Type 2 civilizations in this galaxy. even Clarke's 2010 mentions obelisks on Jupiter or something like that. imagine plugging into Jupiter like a router?



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 09:05 AM
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Originally posted by matthewgraybeal
There are more uses for this than meets the eye. Especially if this could be used unsuspectingly for or against the benefit of mankind. What if it already has. What if this could be introduced into an organic being.

If then goto, If then goto. Programming in Basic commands come to mind.

My imagination should not be let out to play.


Already got way past you on letting imagination wander.

Here is a kicker for you. QC chip etching can likely be done in true 3D versus the simulated 3D done with current digital chips (which is done by 2D layering). Now consider some aspects of Quantum String theory that would allow real time observation past the curvature of space/time and allow you to record say the past state of a human brain that had died centuries beforehand and model it exactly in a sufficiently complex QC and have that same QC mind emulation operate a bio-roid body. Other than the component that allows the full operation of the mind emulation (which is hardware rather than wetware), the end system and behavior is indistinguishable from the original person.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 09:14 AM
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Originally posted by windword
Imagine in the future, what if one could use mom's ashes to make a cool computer?!


Gives new meaning to the phrase "ghost in the machine"



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 10:02 AM
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gold diggin' nerds ...


this is very awesome though, a good leap forward in technology. when we incorperate more precious substances into our technologies, we will notice the increase in attributes and capabilities, hence this entire topic lol.

Love is an art



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 10:29 AM
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I cringe at the impact on 3rd world diamond producing countries. As it is now, the shiny rocks cause immeasurable suffering and heartache to millions around the globe. Add the demand for processing materials and Africa as a whole may as well become an official slave state for the first world.
When I realized the ugly truth of the blood diamond trade I told my wife I wouldn't buy her another diamond until I could afford one from one of the very few first-world mines. Even then I am hesitant, simply for supporting the demand for shiny rocks.

I would bow out of the mainstream tech race if these computers heightened the damage diamonds are already doing in the world...

That being said, in the capacity of research and institutional use great things could be accomplished by these machines. I just don't see the need for it on our desktops or pockets.
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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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Really!? If this is true can you imagine the scope of things we can get accomplished with a bona-fide operating quantum computer? The possibilities are endless, A.I. instant calculations, processing power a lot more powerful than the human brain, etc. Current computers cant stand up to the human brain, quantum computing was theorized to blast past the capacity for intelligence compared to the human brain, no other computer in the world, no matter how powerful is on par with the human brain, if true then this is exciting stuff!!! Cant wait to see more of this story as it unfolds....



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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Crazy technology, just got to hope the government doesn't snap it up in the blink of an eye!



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 12:43 PM
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We can do this. We need to form communities, citizens councils as watchdogs and promoters of Eco Farms locally and turning whole blocks into them with many joining the sub groups and living with equality and starting small businesses taking them away from the monopolies, and overurning local ordinances for home business's and land usage.

We need to keep our own kids, our own science majors, dentists and inventors on our side, working for us.

Its already a miracle, down right amazing and bordering on magic, how you can draw up circuit boards and print them out. Now of course there is the physical component in making them run, but......how much of anything really has to be physical, its a question we need to ask.

Because we're livining in a hologram. Energy waves manipulated but surreal nonetheless. The Japanese were coming out with some of the touchable hologram technologies. That is just a hint at what can be done.

If this whole reality is virtualized then that explains some of the microchip miracles, the circuit board miracles, and opens the door on possiblities and limiting abuse of resources.

We shouldn't need slaves in the diamond mines, Why did they say "diamond?"

Quartz can be grown artificially and whats in the earth can stay there.

We do not need to abuse this world.

Imagine being able to print out a home, on a printer, and solidify it with a device/machine, basically blow it up into a real touchable thing that could be warm in the winter, cool in the summer and offer privacy, and look like anything we want it too.

They aren't going to let the real tech out unless we really start to question it and start to do some of this in our own backyard shops and garages and make it impossible for them to continue hiding it.

And if we are awake and attempting to equalize and overcome the bad karma of htis planet, (currently many are not questioning enough why things are done to keep the poor and wars and not voicing enough NO's so there is some consequence, or possible consequence, because I actually Family as springing these traps, as there is too much brain washing and manipulation for this to be valid), then they can't touch us. They can't depopulate in large numbers and force their control over small amounts of survivors. They can't touch Light and Love if its shining.

They know the system, thats why they spend so much money, time and effort to try to keep the frequency low and the truamas multiplied, so we don't start sharing and caring and vibing far above their levels of control and manipulation, because if we do, their Bosses, bascially akin to Legion and whatever corporal cosmic beings serve that in our neck of the galactic woods, cannot access us.

With inventions, its more a question of seeking. If your trying to solve the problem, the answers usually come in a dream. That is what was meant by, seek, knock on the door, it will be opened. That is using our free will in a good way.

Whole advanced computers, not harming the environment, sitting in a pretty crystal holder on our desk, but it needs to be home grown quartz, NOT DIAMOND.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 01:07 PM
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quantum computers are fast...and it is like time travel, but I was thinking that time travel is just one way to understand it and I'm thinking a more correct way of understanding the speed with which a quantum computer operates is like jumping between dimensions of reality.

i read somewhere that a quantum computer will process a change so quickly that any change made today, for example, happened in the system under its control two to three days ago.

it makes sense that a diamond is used as well....its a hardness thing; you don't want to be jumping back forth from reality to reality because something can infiltrate the casing and make unauthorized or unwanted changes.

i think using diamonds are practical anyway...its not like everyone would ever have a need for such things...just governments and military.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by michaelbrux

i think using diamonds are practical anyway...its not like everyone would ever have a need for such things...just governments and military.



What? You think only governments and military need/want quantum computers?? That's total nonsense.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by TheOneElectric
We are most definitely a simulation. I'm going to go ahead and say that we most definitely are. We have developed the quantum, and at some point we will run simulations. If we have, then our simulations will eventually run simulations, and so forth and so on. That means there will be a quantum redundancy to the infinite level...meaning, that we would be more likely than not, a quantum simulation as well...

You have just realized, that on this day...you were not real. Chin up, we may find a way "out" one day. But beyond that, it's wonderful to know that positive emotions may cause positive events to occur based off of programming.


A way out to where? LOL I agree we are possibly a simulation but if like you say the simulations are running simulations to infinity, would we only trade one simulated reality with another...ah ha...

And to the OP this is why I still have some fringe thoughts, crystals being a memory source for the Ancients or Aliens. All we are doing is "Re-discovering" it...
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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 02:36 PM
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Someone else mentioned diamonds, quantum computing and movies. Watch Zardos (Sean Connery), the AI system that controls the Vortex is based on a quantum computer made from a very large diamond. But on a more serious note, a quantum computer will allow programmers to be even lazier in developing code than they already are and give them much more access to greater amounts of memory (virtual or otherwise) to increase the ability of their programs to become absolute resource hogs. I've been watching the trend since the 70's. Ever noticed how programs get bigger, but they never get faster, even though the computers are faster?

Every time there is an increase in computational power or memory density, there is an equal decrease in program efficiency, an increase in memory usage and by extension and equal increase in programmer density.

I wrote a program in 1986 in Assembly Language that only used the 128 bytes of on-board registry RAM (that's all there was) in the Macom Video Cypher TMS7000 processor and the TI 7500 encryption processor to extract ALL of the embedded high security code. TI in Richmond Hill, Ontario was even dumb enough to bet me $10,000 that I couldn't do it, so I got a free XDS22/32 super-mini emulator out of three days of work (I still have it). I'd like to see someone do that kind of work with C, C++, Visual C, Delphi, VB, etc. It can't be done, except by using tight and compact code, no interpreters or libraries allowed. That board actually went to SDI through a friend on my cracking team, eventually to perform failure testing on allegedly secure embedded processors. They found they had a lot of failures after using my board/system LOL. All of the work to develop the program and the extractor board was done on an Apple II, 6502 processor and a TMS7x series single board emulator.

It seems like there is some myth out there that you need faster computers with greater memory density. You really don't. Although I applaud the technological achievement of quantum computing, I see the net result as being greater increases in time wasted on lousy programming. crappy interpreters, high level languages that aren't so high and burdensome code library systems.

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 04:43 PM
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really performing quantum computation is too unlikely:

1. electromagnetic noise.
2. gravitational waves.
3. sudden lost of entanglement.
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In short, quantum computer has been pure lotto machine



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 05:21 PM
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i'm just making a statement on what appears to be the case with all new technology...it would be years, decades, before most people could justify purchasing such a device for social networking, gaming and online shopping.

who could say to themselves..."i NEED that type of speed and processing power?"

other than the military and government, i can only think that banking and securities exchanges and maybe researchers could convince someone, including themselves, to buy a quantum computer.

its a really small market.

i'm sure many people would like to own and drive an italian sportscar or maybe fly a remodeled Stealth Aircraft for but its not going to happen.



posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 05:37 PM
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Originally posted by Evanzsayz
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Which will not happen in your lifetime so don't get too excited. The quantum computers right now are garbage, they still have alot of work to make it work right.


Uhm, let's see, when I was born a little more than forty years age there were no computers or interwebs. Technology is growing at an exponential rate, so I won't even dare to wager what is possible within my lifetime, and I'm only halfway through.



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