A super-fast 'quantum internet' for everyone is one step closer to reality as British researchers make a major breakthrough | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


A super-fast 'quantum internet' for everyone is one step closer to reality as British researchers make a major breakthrough

British scientists believe they have made a key breakthrough in the pursuit of an ultra-fast and hyper-secure quantum internet.

They claim to have 'tamed' one of the biggest issues plaguing the development of the field.

Quantum entanglement is the scientific theory behind the new internet and it is highly sensitive to environmental interference that can easily disrupt a signal.

This has stunted the growth of quantum computing but Sussex University researchers believe that microwave technology can be used to insulate the devices and protect them from this issue.

A quantum computer would be able to do calculations that would take current supercomputers billions of years to carry out.

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lol

z00mcopterdown

"A quantum computer would be able to do calculations that would take current supercomputers billions of years to carry out"

just a crock of shit, delivered to you by the number fudgers....

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