Check Out this amazing video from ideacity on Quantum Computers, then let’s discuss its contents…
Dr. David Deutsch says;
“The quantum theory of parallel universes is not the problem, it is the solution. It is not some troublesome, optional interpretation emerging from arcane theoretical considerations. It is the explanation—the only one that is tenable—of a remarkable and counter-intuitive reality.” – The Fabric of Reality (1997)
David Deutsch is a visiting Professor of physics at the Centre for Quantum Computation, the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford University. He works on fundamental issues in physics, particularly the quantum theory of computation and information, and constructor theory. Dr. Deutsch has written two books – The Fabric of Reality and The Beginning of Infinity – aimed at a general audience.
We have a highly respected Theoretical Physicist and a pioneer of Quantum Computing, along with the Founder of one of the leading quantum computer companies, D-Wave (whose clients include Google and NASA), talking about parallel universes. Here is a key that I discovered. They are not talking about parallel universes as a theory but as something factual that exists.
Mr. Rose says, we have built machines that can exploit (not explore) other worlds (parallel universes). Meaning, they are already doing this and getting something out of the process. Should we explore something and learn about it and how it works or should we exploit it because we can? What if something goes wrong? Working with parallel universes, that may be much more advanced than we are and exploiting their technology, could lead to some very negative things. Perhaps, this is something we are supposed to be doing because we can do it? What do you think about this?
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Mr. Rose then talks about the potential of Quantum Computers and says they are not yet able to explore and exploit parallel universes. Did I miss something, or did it seem that in the beginning of this presentation, Mr. Rose was talking as if this was already a reality and something they can and they are doing?
As of 2015, a Quantum Computer Is 100 Million Times Faster Than Your Laptop (1)
Mr. Rose talks about using Quantum Computing to advance artificial intelligence. Based upon what he’s already said, advanced, super-intelligent machines would be able to not only have a consciousness, that is millions of times more powerful than that of the smartest human but also the power to use this consciousness to explore and interact between parallel universes. See my other articles and roundtable discussions on;
What do you think about using Quantum Computers to build intelligent machines? Is this exciting, scary or unbelievable? How does it make you feel and why?
According to Mr. Rose, a Quantum Computer has a pulse that sounds like a human heartbeat when you stand next to it. He says;
“It feels like an altar to an alien god.”
Interesting choice of words to describe what it’s like to stand next to a Quantum Computer from the Founder of a company that builds Quantum Computers.
He gives an example of two parallel universes that are the same except for the value of a Qubit.
A qubit is the fundamental building block of Quantum Computers. Instead of a memory made of bits (0’s and 1’s) like a traditional computer, a Quantum Computer uses a sequence of qubits. A single qubit can represent a one, a zero, or any quantum superposition of those two qubit states. (2) A regular computer can only be in one state at a time, either a 0 or a 1, but a Quantum Computer, using a qubit can be in multiple states at the same time. Then the Quantum Computer brings its multiple states back into one state, like a regular computer. This is an oversimplification of a complicated process and quantum algorithm. If anyone would like to perhaps go into more detail or correct what I have said, please add to this roundtable conversation with some comments.
This would be how a Quantum Computer would access parallel universes and then bring some of the data from the other universe or universes back into our universe.
This would support the simulation theory because our reality is then made up of a conscious reality of code or data of 0 and 1. Although, in reality, there are infinite strings of 0 and 1 codes, similar to Pi with infinitely possible variations of 0 and 1 or possibly others number sequences creating other universes and realities we don’t even know about yet.
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Keep in mind, just 20 years ago, we had slow cable modems, primitive web pages, large PC’s and dot matrix printers. Many people, used AOL’s Internet Explorer to run really slow searches. There was no Google and search engines were primitive. Microsoft Internet Explorer version 2.0 for Windows 95 was being released. Fifteen years ago, there was no Facebook or YouTube. A few years later, people started using Myspace. Twenty years later, we are discussing Quantum Computing and a computer that can exploit parallel universes. What would someone in 1996, think, if you described a Quantum Computer? Now imagine, what computing technology will be like and be able to do 20 years from now?
Remember, Mr. Rose’s story about his child no longer liking his stuffed animal toy and wanting something alive to play with? How would a super intelligent AI machine, powered by a Quantum Computer even be able to relate to his son?
As of this writing, there are over 368,000 views on this video on YouTube. This is a lot more than most emerging technology videos usually get, especially from a western culture obsessed with themselves, the material world, politics and pop culture.
May 10th 2017
According to this article, Scientists have achieved direct counterfactual communication for the first time. Counterfactual communication is a quantum communication where no particles travel between two recipients. This is a complicated idea but I’ll try to explain it simply. When an unstable quantum system is repeatedly and continually measured, it stops time. Every time a particle’s time evolution is measured it stops time, this is called the Zeno effect. This means that time is stopped at a certain point (the Zeno effect) and something somewhere else is created without using any other particles. You could eventually stop time and space in this reality and contact or create another reality (a parallel universe). A really simple explanation is that in Star Treck where they beam their particles to re-shape as a human organism somewhere, they could beam themselves anywhere without assembling particles and still become a human organism from using light or even nothing. Click on the article above because it discusses how messages could be embedded in light. This could be how light is used to create what we call reality, which is actually virtual holographic imagery. See My Article, ARE WE LIVING IN A HOLOGRAPHIC SIMULATION AND WHAT IS CREATING IT – A THEORY
June 11 2017
Someone asked, “What happens to the observer in a multiverse?”
Great question. I don’t think the observer and the observed can become aware of each other in a dualistic sense. In quantum theory, the act of observation as an observer affects the observed reality. Therefore, you may be able to observe and experience the effects of merging but not the process of the observation. At our basic level, humans like everything else, are made of atoms which are 99.9(12) empty space or contain nothing we can measure or at this time understand. Empty space is observing empty space but a consciousness forms a simulation of reality. Since the Multiverse is many simulations, it would be like a movie that is going in one direction suddenly shifts and goes in another and things slightly change. I believe that this has already happened to tens of millions of people and many are becoming aware of it. For more on this, please see my articles on:
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(2) Chuang, Michael A. Nielsen & Isaac L. (2001). Quantum computation and quantum information: Cambridge Univ. Press.