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# Quantum Communication

I propose a quantum communication system using quantum computation. In this system there are two pools of qubits: a sender and a receiver. Some of the qubits of the sender are entangled with the qubits of the receiver. Three entanglement configurations are selected: A, B and C; A and B are configurations of the sender, and C is the configuration of the receiver. The overall system has two configurations which result in known qubit states with high probability.

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# Quantum Computing With the Human Brain

Genetic optimization uses simulated evolution to solve problems. For instance, it could be used to factor numbers. In this case the genome is two numbers: a & b, and the fitness function is |n - (a * b)|. In the case of a quantum implementation the genome would be the quantum computer configuration. The configuration would be evolved until the number is factored. This system searches for a quantum program that factors the number.

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# On Cold Fusion and Quantum Mechanics

I have been reading Einstein’s Unfinished Revolution, The Search for What Lies Beyond the Quantum by Lee Smolin, and the chapter ‘Physical Collapse of the Quantum State’ caught my attention:
One consequence is that energy is no longer precisely conserved. A metal block should slowly heat up as a result of all the collapses the wave functions of its atoms undergo.
A similar claim is made in the article Objective-collapse theory.

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