Friday, October 26, 2012

On the 18th, I offered some ideas on quantum mechanics in relation to what some researchers are calling a programmed reality, called Life and a Programmed Reality.

There is no doubt that science's ability to peer into smaller and smaller areas of the substance of reality makes it more likely that we'll soon learn the truth to the assertion of a programmed reality, as discussed in my last blog post. For now, however, scientists have an assortment of ways to anticipate reality using mathematics and observation in combination with the scientific method.

Once Silicon Valley transitions from a world described by classical physics to one described by quantum physics, it means that one of the basic building blocks of modern society — computers — can be harnessed in fundamentally new ways. Unlike present-day Macs and PCs, which derive their year-over-year gains in computing power by cramming more and more transistor components closer together on a piece of silicon, new quantum computers would have the potential to smash Moore's Law to smithereens by computing directly at the atomic level. Instead of a world of traditional bits (1’s and 0’s), we would enter a world of quantum bits (”qubits”) and mindboggling computing power. Source: The cat is out of the box for quantum computing

The one thing I do know is that we do not live in a world that the mechanics thereof can be adequately described using two entirely opposing methods of scientific thought. So either traditional science or the new quantum thinking is correct--not both. Perhaps this way of thinking is not accurate, as perhaps both do apply, but I have a strong feeling that the rules change as we move from the macrocosm to microcosm.

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