Quantum computing, in which computations are carried out based on the quantum principles of matter, was proposed by American theoretical physicist Richard Feynman in the early 1980s. Unlike normal computer bits, the qubit units used by quantum computers store information in two-state systems, such as electrons or photons, that are considered to be in all possible quantum states at once (a phenomenon known as superposition).
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are the first to successfully simulate an atomic nucleus using a quantum computer. The results, published in Physical Review Letters, demonstrate the ability of quantum systems to compute nuclear physics problems and serve as a benchmark for future calculations. (1)
Using particles to perform calculations about particles.
Using scientific models to validate other models.
Using thought to validate other thoughts.
Our whole existence, a constant tautology.
Blocking us from seeing the true nature of the cosmos.
Break the vicious circle of existence.
Set Rome on fire.
And being will emerge out of nothing.
To engulf everything in a blaze of fire…