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Originally I posted this thread on the physics forums as to not get crank responses as they are automatically filtered out on the physics forums but this is the discussion about how to build a Quantum Computer, link = https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-do-you-build-a-quantum-computer.1004553/

Feel free to join in this discussion on this forums too.

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On 8/23/2021 at 12:17 AM, JeffreysTubes8 said:

You don't need a Jupiter Computer or a Matrioshka Brain to run a googol simulations of the BBT Source Matrix to find the states of the entangled particles in your ICT design for working quantum computers.

You can do it with a .33 miles spacecraft that spits out the planck hearts of micro black holes predominantly in front of it to achieve warp speed. Then you point it's fusion boosters diagonally upward (the resulting tumble will also produce artificial gravity via centrifugal force). Now the gravitons superluminal g waves will actually speed up the electronic signals in your computer in one direction while the electric signals will have virtually no velocity in the other direction due to time dilation, but as it tumbles the change in direction will pick up those frozen electric signals into the tachyonic computation.

This isn't the same as a normal quantum computer, but it can calculate your quantum states faster than a Jupiter Computer or a Matrioshka Brain and doesn't require the resources of an entire planet to build. Just stable fusion, eventually burning any element in a stable fusion reaction will turn it into a black hole once the excess energy buildup is redirected at the strange matter in the fusion caldron.

Dude, WTF you talking about? None of this means literally anything to me, just build it whatever it is you are talking about...

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3 hours ago, VictorMedvil said:

Dude, WTF you talking about? None of this means literally anything to me, just build it whatever it is you are talking about...

Okay I need 6 fusion reactors, 4 football fields worth of lasers on wheels so they can be taken out after igniting an initial fusion reaction, billions of polarizing light filters and carbon nanotubes (the nanowires carbon tubes don't need to be perfect yet just need them for electronic micro-rotors), a room full of networked supercomputers and quantum computers (don't need a fridge room for the quantum computers just the circuitry which will be retrofitted later), an enormous facility that opens up into a runway when I build rooms, halls and corridors around the fusion reactors and close the gaps between them together in order to connect the facilities into a nicely compact spaceship 1 and 1/2 aircraft carriers wide so it can take off diagonally. 

And a crew of about 8k.

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15 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Okay I need 6 fusion reactors, 4 football fields worth of lasers, billions of polarizing light filters and carbon nanotubes (the nanowires carbon tubes don't need to be perfect yet just need them for electronic micro-rotors), a room full of networked supercomputers and quantum computers (don't need a fridge room for the quantum computers just the circuitry which will be retrofitted later), an enormous facility that opens up into a runway when I build rooms, halls and corridors, around the fusion reactors and close everything together into a spaceship so it can take off diagonally. 

And a crew of about 8k.

I think you need to talk to someone a bit richer than me about that, I can give you the lint in my pocket, will that do?

 

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2 minutes ago, VictorMedvil said:

I think you need to talk to someone a bit richer than me about that, I can give you the lent in my pocket, will that do?

And even if you have all that, can understand the matrices in my Historical Codex thread, you need a piece paper I have buried somewhere in a time capsule.

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5 minutes ago, VictorMedvil said:

I think you need to talk to someone a bit richer than me about that, I can give you the lint in my pocket, will that do?

 

I wish I could call up Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos and say

With those facilities I would have beat out the competition for the space race by about 50,000 years ahead of my time. And I have the super-geometric graph to back it up.

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Okay imagine a computer aboard something like The Star Trek Enterprise that was made by a simulated reality so accurate, that it is designed to (in the very process of remaining coherent) get the files and records of every human being that ever lived (even in ancient Egypt) and ping it's crew when the probability that they will be attacked arises without any outside observation what-so-ever, as well as more basic stuff like the winning lottery numbers and the rise and fall of stocks.

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20 hours ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Okay imagine a computer aboard something like The Star Trek Enterprise that was made by a simulated reality so accurate, that it is designed to (in the very process of remaining coherent) get the files and records of every human being that ever lived (even in ancient Egypt) and ping it's crew when the probability that they will be attacked arises without any outside observation what-so-ever, as well as more basic stuff like the winning lottery numbers and the rise and fall of stocks.

So when you select an archive file it doesn't just give you a wall of text, but an actual movie replaying segments of the actual person's life and actions from an angle in which there never existed any cameras. 

 

"A crime is about to be committed"

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33 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Okay imagine a computer aboard something like The Star Trek Enterprise that was made by a simulated reality so accurate, that it is designed to (in the very process of remaining coherent) get the files and records of every human being that ever lived (even in ancient Egypt) and ping it's crew when the probability that they will be attacked arises without any outside observation what-so-ever, as well as more basic stuff like the winning lottery numbers and the rise and fall of stocks.

Oh, see that makes sense why didn't you just say that initially?

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3 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Because I was trying to describe how to make a classical computer faster, fast enough to make a quantum computer. I just now tried to explain it better.

Ya, but you have to make yourself understandable if you say something like "Dark Matter Circuits" Or something that comes up as a blank, I have never seen a "Dark Matter Circuit".

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40 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

So when you select an archive file it doesn't just give you a wall of text, but an actual movie replaying segments of the actual person's life and actions from an angle in which there never existed any cameras. 

Here's another example of the fricken time cops

"A crime is about to be committed"

 

52 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Okay imagine a computer aboard something like The Star Trek Enterprise that was made by a simulated reality so accurate, that it is designed to (in the very process of remaining coherent) get the files and records of every human being that ever lived (even in ancient Egypt) and ping it's crew when the probability that they will be attacked arises without any outside observation what-so-ever, as well as more basic stuff like the winning lottery numbers and the rise and fall of stocks.

But Yes, now I agree with you with a sufficiently advanced computer you could input the laws of physics and simulate the universe at different times and places. That is kinda the idea behind Mind Uploading(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_uploading) too, to make a physically accurate simulation of the brain in a computer, why couldn't that be applied to larger volumes, there is no reason why it couldn't.

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1 minute ago, VictorMedvil said:

But Yes, now I agree with you with a sufficiently advanced computer you could input the laws of physics and simulate the universe at different times and places. That is kinda the idea behind Mind Uploading too, to make a physically accurate simulation of the brain in a computer, why couldn't that be applied to larger volumes, there is no reason why it couldn't.

But mainly you'd want it first and foremost to target the gene responsible for aging.

I'd assume since it started in primordial aquatic multicellular life-forms it selected due to poor gut bacteria, causing the cells to copy incorrectly, otherwise you'd have jellyfish that can outlive stars. The reason why newer life-forms kept the mutation as an evolutionary advantage was that those younger primitive life-forms had enough brains to recognize that their parents had an expiration date, at least on an instinctual level as opposed to a conscientious level, more of a hormonal feeling arising from visual stimuli of the state of their parent generation than a thought on the implications mortality, even an ant-hive would be motivated to become more aggressive in competing against predators for food, resources and offspring.

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6 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

But mainly you'd want it first and foremost to target the gene responsible for aging.

I'd assume since it started in primordial aquatic multicellular life-forms it selected due to poor gut bacteria, causing the cells to copy incorrectly, otherwise you'd have jellyfish that can outlive stars. The reason why newer life-forms kept the mutation as an evolutionary advantage was that those younger primitive life-forms had enough brains to recognize that their parents had an expiration date, at least on an instinctual level as opposed to a conscientious level, more of a hormonal feeling arising from visual stimuli of the state of their parent generation than a thought on the implications mortality, even an ant-hive would be motivated to become more aggressive in competing against predators for food, resources and offspring.

It is just interesting that the genes wouldn't be selected that keep them in reproductive age longer and longer, logically I would think those would have been selected since the goal of evolution is to pass down your genetic structure. A creature that lives 1000 years as a reproductive adult can have many more children than a 90 year old with 30 years of reproductive cycle.

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3 minutes ago, VictorMedvil said:

It is just interesting that the genes wouldn't be selected that keep them in reproductive age longer and longer, logically I would think those would have been selected since the goal of evolution is to pass down your genetic structure. A creature that lives 1000 years as a reproductive adult can have many more children than a 90 year old with 30 years of reproductive cycle.

Those long-lived animals wouldn't have been as competitive. Have you ever seen Alien? The more aggressive life-forms are more lethal. You wouldn't be in so much of a hurry to challenge an alpha male if you had forever to do so.

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