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Nassim Haramein

By Dr. Amira Val Baker, Resonance Science Foundation Astrophysicist The first steps to achieving efficient electroluminescence necessary for quantum computing have just been made. Quantum computers encode information in quantum bits otherwise known as qubits. These qubits can exist in the form of a photon or an electron, where the polarisation state of the photon or the spin state of the electron is taken as two bits of information. However, as opposed to classical bits, qubits can also exist in a superposition of states which allows the computer to process significantly more information and at a faster rate. This rate is limited by the transfer of information, which for an electron-spin qubit has so far proven difficult. Currently this has been achieved for distances up to millimetre scales, which although large from the qubit’s perspective, it is too small for practical applications. To achieve the long-distance kilometre-scale transfer of quantum information encoded as electron-spin qubits, scientists are now looking to electroluminescence. Source:


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