Quantum Computers are RETARDED

does anyone understand quantum physics or quantum computers here

i have a few questions that i cannot find good answers on and seem to make quantum computers unusable to me

first the thing i see that creates the problems
>quantum computer "circuts" have to be setup in a specific way to solve for specific problems
>they need to have error correction built into the layout to allow them to reach a correct answer

my first problem
>if quantum computers have to be setup in a specific way to solve a specific problem doesnt that make each quantum computer one time use
i could maybe make a quantum computer in the future that could figure out the trajectory and everything for taking a rocket from my house to Mars on 2/5/2024 at 2:44pm but from what i understand it wouldnt work the next day or the next minute it would be good for that one calculation and then it turns into a pile of scrap

my second problem
>error correction
>if you have to setup the layout of the computer in a specific way so that incorrect answers create destructive noise which cancel them out AND correct answers creates creative noise which builds to the correct answer doesnt that mean you have to know what the correct answer is before you even build the computer
what is the point of building a quantum computer if its only use is to solve problems we already know the answers to

the only thing i can think and have seen people kinda mention in passing is maybe the only use is on random giant math problems that we have done most of the work on analog style already and we need the last giant 1000000 digit equation solved that we cant do on our own for some reason

but what is the point of doing those math problems in the first place especially at a cost of building huge one time use quantum computers to solve them AND only being able to solve problems we have already fully mapped out and just need the last big number crunch done on (which even that we have to baby along anyway with huge error correction)

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Seething at a thing you can't comprehend is quite hilarious as a concept now aint it.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      i want to understand but nothing i read is very clear in explaining anything

      nothing wrong about single use, thats such a stupid thing to complain about.

      so they ARE single use then

      my big problem with that kinda is you hear them say that in the future data will be stored on atoms or on dna even but stuff that small is quantum so thats just literally impossible then you could never have a laptop or a phone with a quantum processor or atom sized or dna sized storage on it

      it just seems like science is kinda hitting the point of diminishing returns and we wont be able to go much farther from where we are right now

      we cant make normal computers much better and they kinda suck and are reaching big limits
      we basically hit the limit of doing analog math and science
      quantum computers cost a billion dollars for helping give one tiny shove to a specific analog problem per computer

      it seems kinda over

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Reality isn't obliged to explain itself to you in a form that any moron can get after a 5 minute google search. You simply got filtered and that's ok.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          i have looked for way more then 5 minutes all the time i will get interested in this again and try to learn whatever i can about it but mostly that just creates more problems i see with it that i cannot find answers for

          i do not think i got filtered i think google just sucks

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The filter is your small brain. You'll never be able to grasp it or admit to being filtered. If this doesn't explain it for you, you're hopeless.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    nothing wrong about single use, thats such a stupid thing to complain about.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >nothing wrong about single use, thats such a stupid thing to complain about.
      Are you moronic?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Whats wrong with a computer that can only do one calculation? Yes. whats wrong with that?
        Its like an obvious thing for you but that thats just your own bias.
        You better explain why you think its a bad thing

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      holy SHIT you are a stupid Black person for saying this

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        So you have no argument?
        You have a problem with quantum computers because you just dont like them?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Barkon

          It stacks and combines processes it doesn't have one process but typically stacked processes result rooms.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            It can produce one square process that can have multiple endings and be repeated along the first.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            You can produce four infinite states off the one square process you can produce which involves stacking linear codes.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            A smart enough person could put a literal physical file in a quantum computer that could infect all computers in the world from a position unavailable through the weak programming and systems of normal computers (which could contend if they were at their optimal). Just create a file as an end result.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            You could also use it to harm or infect minds.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            Harm***
            Distort/Warp/Affect

            Such as by putting everyone under an illusion.

            Blocking certain thoughts.

            Etc.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            How? Focus on this procession happening. What vibes do you get? After a few minutes you have energy all over your face and you visualize wild lines permanently. This is an effect I caused to happen to myself without quantum computing. The hell hat I spoke of.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I like quantum computers. I'd like them more if they were more than single use between each relevant calculation.

          This is something even a two year old could understand. Something that can be re-used in infinitely more useful and better than something that is one-time use.

          "Teach a man to fish vs give a man a fish"?

          Room temperature IQ over here

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Something that can be re-used in infinitely more useful and better than something that is one-time use.
            Thats ridiculous. Tons of things are single use by nature.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            Yeah, of course. Such as a repeating number. It is a single.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Well I'm sure the quantum computers are just STOKED on you

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why the frick do these gay things look like upside down birthday cakes

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Barkon

    Quantum computers, or 'edgeless computers' are capable of processing outwards, creating states in rooms(rather than windows). All it takes is the right wrapping through the computer for it to generate something like a universe.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Barkon

      Wrapping is like threading, but more advaNced.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Barkon

    You can make free energy out of one of these programmed correctly to generate a specific room. It would act as a core to a tiny sized city, small town or a normal sized village. It would have to be protected.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I think maybe the gravy train exists to transport gravy
    OK, and what would it take to shut your mouth? $10k, $100k? $1m and that’s my final offer (negotiable)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Barkon

      Awhg

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yes
    I'm going as basic as possible
    Quantum computers are only good with extremely large scale problems. You'll see different explanations of different types everywhere. More or less is it runs every possible solution then test to see if it's right or wrong compared to normal computers actually calculating. It just vomits answers over and over again self correcting.
    Most things are better this way.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Barkon

      If you pay me I'll tell you how to create the room of free energy. Yes it exists.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Barkon

        1 million shouldn't be much of a sacrifice. You can put that into my account. It will get my attention. I want 10 million. I will post answers here. For how much you can make off of it, it should be billions. But I'm cheap, trust me.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Barkon

          Plus. I know every tech. So. If you can ever contact me personally. I'm a valuable asset. It's just how I must think or example this knowledge that is a problem. Eventually, within days, you'll get any answer. I have a dimensional problem. I don't get to be the character of the intelligence I am. I don't feel like I know what I know. I can't aim my thinking to the place where this knowledge resides, but I can stumble upon something that will send me on a wild that will produce the correct answer that I've fathomed through fifteen years in the world's starry hell (heat/tract producing) hat. I know these answers but my dimensional problem stops me from producing them, even to myself. But if I was given a few days on this mission, I'd produce the answer. It's going to be a few days process, but any answer you want is yours for I guess money because that's the only thing that can be given.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            You don't learn in the way you think you learn. Repetition and acknowledgement is one way of MASTERING the utility of production. Learning sometimes is not acknowledgement, what I mean is that most of this stuff is in prep phase with subliminal higher acknowledgement that avoids the point of talking but exists as a sort of I don't know it so it's more of an advantage.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Barkon

            But saying that if I were able to contact you directly using my mind. You'd have any answer you bought instantly. But we don't communicate that way, yet.

            Also. I can advance all your current tech, part wise, or level/rank wise. As a clue to what I offer. If you can imagine it, you may as well ask. Teleporters/Virtual Reality/Super Weapons/Smart Weapons/Force Fields/Dark Energy Tech/etc

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >quantum computer "circuts" have to be setup in a specific way to solve for specific problems
    Quantum computers are meant to be accelerators for some NP Hard problems that take advantage of inherent compute parallelism in superposition.
    You don't use a GPU to do your daily computing task and it's fine. There are numerous examples of computing units that were historically / are currently designed to solve specific tasks, FPU, signal processing platforms etc.
    The goal of quantum computer isn't and has never been about replacing classical computers.

    >i could maybe make a quantum computer in the future that could figure out the trajectory and everything for taking a rocket from my house to Mars on 2/5/2024 at 2:44pm but from what i understand it wouldnt work the next day or the next minute it would be good for that one calculation and then it turns into a pile of scrap
    Your understanding is wrong, they are programmable so they can solve a variety of problems, but they are meant for a certain class of problems first and foremost. Again, think of GPUs, programmable, bust mostly used for highly parallelizable computation.

    >what is the point of building a quantum computer if its only use is to solve problems we already know the answers to
    We use error correction on our own classical computing and communication devices, it has nothing to do with knowing the answer, it's about retrieving lost information by adding redundancy, this is the most basic shit you learn in information theory.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know anything about quantum computers, but I talked to someone doing research in the area once. It's all a scam.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Barkon

    Because of 'Hawking Radiation', you can cause any effect like that to happen now just by looking at the image and then imagining the procession you want and linking it to the real presence of quantum computers with that result and then focusing on that.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Barkon

      Be warned, if you do something wrong you'll turn into a nut.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Barkon

        But you could create the most perfect mental illness/sickness that would eventually make you know everything there is to know from this universe's potential and restricted amount from others dimensionalities, like me.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >if quantum computers have to be setup in a specific way to solve a specific problem doesnt that make each quantum computer one time use
    No.
    They are much like the single-purpose computers, or mechanical computers. The function they perform determines its structure. It can perform that function for a variety of inputs. But only THAT function.

    >>if you have to setup the layout of the computer in a specific way so that incorrect answers create destructive noise which cancel them out AND correct answers creates creative noise which builds to the correct answer doesnt that mean you have to know what the correct answer is before you even build the computer
    No.
    Firstly, you mention error correction. And it seems you think error correction is the cancellation of outputs.
    Let me demystify that for you.

    Quantum systems are sensitive to noise outside the system. So you use multiple quantum bits to encode a single bit of information.

    Secondly. You can prove that certain algorithms will have incorrect answers cancel out, leaving only the correct answer.

    >but what is the point of doing those math problems in the first place especially at a cost of building huge one time use quantum computers to solve them AND only being able to solve problems we have already fully mapped out and just need the last big number crunch done on (which even that we have to baby along anyway with huge error correction)
    You have made the mistake of thinking you understand what is going on.
    Take encryption for example. You could build a quantum computer that would only be able to solve Shor's algorithm, to crack an encryption key. You could use this as many times as you want, to crack different encryption keys. We know Shor's algorithm, when used on a quantum computer, would crack encryption keys; but that doesn't mean we ALREADY know the key.

    Not going to read any replies. I don't want to get sucked into a pointless conversation.
    Read Lipton and Regans primer on quantum algorithms

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    not op, related question:
    if qubits are better since they have more states (0, 1, superposition) so you can fit more data into it, would it be much easier to create a system with two level voltages instead? (eg. 0 V, 3.3 V, 5 V)
    on physical level you could differentiate between the voltages by e. g. zener diodes. so the "trit" value could become 0, 1, or 2 and you could compute in ternary

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You can have three level qutrits analogous to classical trits. Qutrits have been done. The jump from bit to qubit isn't just replacing a binary value with a real number.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "Circuit" is a misnomer. On some quantum computers, a circuit is a sequence of laser pulses. You can do error correction without knowing the full answer; classical computers use error correction in hardware too.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Computers are moronic

    i have a few questions that i cannot find good answers on and seem to make computers unusable to me

    first the thing i see that creates the problems
    >computer "circuts" have to be setup in a specific way to solve for specific problems
    >they need to have error correction built into the layout to allow them to reach a correct answer

    my first problem
    >if computers have to be setup in a specific way to solve a specific problem doesnt that make each computer one time use
    i could maybe make a computer in the future that could figure out the trajectory and everything for taking a rocket from my house to Mars on 2/5/2024 at 2:44pm but from what i understand it wouldnt work the next day or the next minute it would be good for that one calculation and then it turns into a pile of scrap

    my second problem
    >error correction
    >if you have to setup the layout of the computer in a specific way so that incorrect answers create destructive noise which cancel them out AND correct answers creates creative noise which builds to the correct answer doesnt that mean you have to know what the correct answer is before you even build the computer
    what is the point of building a computer if its only use is to solve problems we already know the answers to

    the only thing i can think and have seen people kinda mention in passing is maybe the only use is on random giant math problems that we have done most of the work on analog style already and we need the last giant 1000000 digit equation solved that we cant do on our own for some reason

    but what is the point of doing those math problems in the first place especially at a cost of building huge one time use computers to solve them AND only being able to solve problems we have already fully mapped out and just need the last big number crunch done on (which even that we have to baby along anyway with huge error correction)

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