May 16, 2010
-- Oakland, California (16 May 2010) - Lead investigator, Richard L. Amoroso, director of The Noetic Advanced Studies Institute through his international team of researchers in conjunction with British hedge fund partner, Steriwave Quantum Computing, LLC managed by billionaire Francisco Fucilla has received a 10 million pound ($15 million) investment for constructing a commercially viable universal bulk quantum computer. Work is expected to begin in July. Other quantum computing models utilizing room size cryogenic refrigeration apparatus believe quantum computing to be decades away. Amoros's design is unique in that the prototype is table top in size and operates at room temperature by discovery of a method that violates the quantum uncertainty principle (produces decoherence during initialization and measurement)
Quantum Computing (QC) has remained elusive beyond a few qubits. Nobelist R. Feynman’s recommended use of a “synchronization backbone” for achieving bulk implementation has generally been abandoned as intractable;
a conundrum that arises from limitations imposed by the standard models of Quantum Theory (QT) and Cosmology. Amoroso proposes that Feynman’s model can be utilized to implement Universal Quantum Computing (UQC) with valid extensions of QT and cosmology. Requisite additional degrees of freedom are introduced by defining a relativistic basis for the qubit (r-qubit) in a higher dimensional (HD) conformal invariant context and defining a new anticipatory based cosmology (cosmology itself cast as a hierarchical form of complex selforganized system) making correspondence to 12D symmetries of M-Theory (String Theory). The causal structure of these conditions reveal an inherent new “action principle” driving self-organization and providing a basis for applying Feynman’s synchronization backbone principle. Operationally a new set of transformations (beyond the standard Galilean / Lorentz-Poincaré)
ontologically surmount the quantum condition, by an acausal energyless topological interaction. Utilizing the structural-phenomenology of the HD regime requires new commutation rules and corresponding I/O techniques based on a coherent control process of cumulative interaction to manipulate applicable harmonic modes of HD spacetime manifolds as a spinexchange continuous-state spacetime resonance hierarchy. Finally it is suggested that this UQC model takes the same form as the mind-body interaction – that of conscious quantum computing
Moore’s law (from Gordon Moore, founder of Intel) states that since the invention of the integrated circuit in 1958, the number of transistors on a chip doubles about every two years, as well as the processing speed, accompanied by a corresponding reciprocal shrinkage in the size of a transistor. Right on schedule the Intel Itanium had 1 billion transistors in 2008. Extrapolating Moore's law (never wrong in over 50 years) commercial Quantum Computers should be available between 2012 and 2015.