The Simulation Hypothesis: Even More Evidence From Physics

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[ad_1] If physics is inconsistent it's more likely we're in a computer simulation. If physics is internally self-consistent then it's more likely we're in a really real reality. Alas, we have contradictions / inconsistencies in physics - relativity vs. quantum mechanics for example. Therefore, you probably exist in a simulation and physics can provide the evidence. So, here's my follow-up collection of evidence from physics.The Simulation Hypothesis and Information"What is real?" - Information! "How do you define real?" - Information!Some people suggest that the Simulation Hypothesis is nonsense because it's akin to suggesting that there's actually tiny people inside your TV set or there is a little being present inside your mind that's observing, processing and directing the action.My counter is that it's not the forms that exist in a…
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Quantum Pendant – Quantum Science Energy Pendant Information

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[ad_1] While the Quantum Pendant is gaining in popularity because of the testimonials of its wearers; there are few places to find information on exactly what or how the pendant works. After some research and analysis we have put together the following to help people understand this remarkable little piece of jewelry. Concept of Energy in Regard to Human Body's The simple statement all life is energy, leaves a large space for clarification. The human body is comprised of nerves; each nerve puts off impulses that are the electrical currents that drive our bodies. Chemical energy powers our muscle structure. Energy can not be describes as good or bad, it just is. We use electricity to run the machines that are used in medical settings it works to heal people;…
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What are "Quantum Dots"?

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[ad_1] Introduction Quantum dots are nano-meter-scale "boxes" for selectively holding or releasing electrons. Over the past 14 years they have been transformed from laboratory curiosities to the building blocks for a future computer industry. Quantum dots are small metal or semiconductor boxes that hold a well-defined number of electrons. The number of electrons in a dot may be adjusted by changing the dot's electrostatic environment. Dots have been made ranging from 30nm to 1 micron in size, and holding from zero to hundreds of electrons. Brief History During the1980's ideas concerning the Quantum Dot surfaced when researchers in the field of computing were trying to construct something close to "nano-scale" in the field of computing. The Mechanism of Quantum Dot By using an external light (eg Ultraviolet) on nano-crystals (eg…
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Quantum Science Pendant – Quantum Energy Pendant Review

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[ad_1] If you are searching for Quantum levels of energy, then the Quantum Science Pendant is for you. This single piece of jewelry originated in Japan; using their local source of lava and other natural mineral elements that they used Quantum Science to fuse these elements along with scalar energy waves at the molecular level. These pendants strengthen the body's natural bio-fields of energy, and work to restore their weakened states. Once the energy levels are restored, you will begin to experience greater health and feelings of well being than ever before. These pendants have gained in popularity in recent years and are bought and sold in over forty countries, world wide. They are available in several unique designs that comprise a comprehensive package that works to heal your weakened…
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Are Quantum Computers a Reality or Just a Scientists Dream?

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[ad_1] Are Quantum Computers a Reality or Just a Scientists Wet Dream? The short answer to that question is, yes! Quantum Computers are a reality, but just not practical yet. Have you seen the film Iron Man and his talking, thinking computer or Terminator, the robot with a soul yet? What about a book that describes a fictional technology that far exceeds our current level of knowledge? If you have, then you would be right in thinking that the current processing speeds of our fastest computers will not even come close to what you have seen. You may argue that with enough computational power we could create copycat intelligence , (This is my preferred description of artificial intelligence as I believe we will never create artificial intelligence that thinks, feels…
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Computing's Scary Leap Into The Future

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[ad_1] Is There A Better Mousetrap? Has anyone ever told you that computers are basically dumb? It's true! Computers can only count to 1. In computer logic, a 1 is a "bit" that is on and a 0 is a "bit" that is off. Eight of these 1's or 0's are called a "bytes". Computers "think" by stringing these bytes together in what is called Binary computing. It is in this archaic way of stringing together long rows of 1's and 0's, in which computers function. All of mankind's discoveries and advances in the modern age, at least for the last 50 years, have been accomplished with the old Binary System ... up until now. The Great Leap Forward The world is about to change. IBM researchers at their Quantum…
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BLU-RAY, the Quantum Hyper-Cortex, ZEPTO Dimensions and Hyper-Sur-Realities

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[ad_1] One day BLU-RAY players and their future iterations will be mounted in your BLU-RAY mind itself. Layers of new mental faculties will be grown into a bridge between your mind, BLU-RAY reality machines and a Cyber Essence.Conceivably your BLU-RAY "reality" will be based on a never ending ephemeral ether-consciousness existing only in complex algorithms existing as states of quantum shifting mass-less semi-spiritual vapors "lost" but for tiny threads in infinitely growing multiverses.What is the potential of a BLU-RAY player if the future in your life? Will a 2020 or 3020 BLU-RAY not only hold sight and sound but taste, touch, smell and palpable emotional impulses able to stimulate your cerebral cortex beyond what the normal senses can provide? Will you have a surreal-cortex, a hyper-cortex, a cyber quantum zepto…
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Computers Of The Future – What Will They Be Like? A Quantum Leap Ahead!

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[ad_1] We all get excited every time new computers get more powerful and hold more stuff. Just hold tight as computers take the next giant step in a few short years. We've seen the computer shrink in size as the 'microchip' becomes smaller and smaller. Now, scientists know that we can reduce the size of the same tasks down to the size of single atom! These are some of the more interesting developments in computer technology. Quantum Computers are the future ... The weird world of quantum mechanics does not follow the laws of classical physics at all. A quantum bit (qubit) does not exist in the typical 0 or 1 binary state of today's computers - a quubit can exist in either, plus a blend of both states. This…
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The Future Is Quantum

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[ad_1] I like the word quantum. It's a very future sounding word. Fantasy writer Terry Pratchett likes it too, and uses it in his novels to describe anything that can not really be described or understood. Considering his stories take place on a world that drifts through space balanced on 4 giant elephants standing on a turtle, it's a word he uses fairly often. Quantum is like a bridge between what's possible and what's probable. It makes science fiction science fact, and it's here. Well, almost here. The issue of quantum computing has been puzzling researchers for roughly 3 decades, and now it looks like we're only a few short years away from buying them from our local tech stores. What's the big deal with quantum computers anyway? Well, they're…
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Quantum Computing

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[ad_1] Imagine a computer whose memory is exponentially larger than its apparent physical size; a computer that can manipulate an exponential set of inputs simultaneously; a computer that computes in the twilight zone of space. You would be thinking of a quantum computer. Relatively few and simple concepts from quantum mechanics are needed to make quantum computers a possibility. The subtlety has been in learning to manipulate these concepts. Is such a computer an inevitability or will it be too difficult to build?By the strange laws of quantum mechanics, Folger, a senior editor at Discover, notes that; an electron, proton, or other subatomic particle is "in more than one place at a time," because individual particles behave like waves, these different places are different states that an atom can exist…
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