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Quantum Computing does not have to be so Hard
Everyone thinks that we must build Optical Computers using Photons to get to Quantum Computing; not true. We can use x64 architecture, but we must be more creative in the number and type of states that we traditionally desribe in our programming.
Let's take it a bit further. What if, each of these four pairs, or the eight individual electrons can be encapsulated (like TCP/IP Packets) and have the properties of Static, Any Spin and Vector Thrust applied. What if, this encapsulation could be done more than once, or twice or n-times in different layers.
Just like multiplication and division are iterations of adding and subtracting, vector programming is further iterations which can be handled by our super fast processors. Using the gate logic built into our processors, we can describe a new way of computing that is 3-Dimensional;
Using this approach, we can do Quantum Computing on our high-end Smart Phones; we must start programming with more imagination.
David Maxwell, Pres/CEO/Inventor