How Fast Can Quantum Computers Get?  Quantum Physics

    How Fast Can Quantum Computers Get? Quantum Physics

    Under the laws of classical physics, there are theoretical limits to these processes. But they are unrealistically high: For instance, we know that a car can never go faster than the speed of light. And no matter how much fuel is on the planet, or how much roadway or how strong the construction methods, no car will get close to going even 10 percent of the speed of light.

    Researchers Find A New Approach For Producing Hydrogen Gas Which Can Be Used To Develop Economical Green Fuel

    Researchers Find A New Approach For Producing Hydrogen Gas Which Can Be Used To Develop Economical Green Fuel

    ydrogen gas generated from various organic transformations indicated the successful performance of the new catalyst. “After completion of the reaction, the catalyst can be recovered to reuse for further reactions, simply by using a magnet,” Garima Jaiswal, a member of the research team, told India Science Wire.

    Fisker’s Luxury Electric Car Might Be A Tesla Killer

    Fisker’s Luxury Electric Car Might Be A Tesla Killer

    Fisker has launched its Emotion electric luxury saloon at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – and there’s a vegan option.  The long-awaited Tesla rival, with eye-catching looks and dramatic ‘butterfly’ doors, has a non-animal interior available for those who don’t want the premium leather interior of the show car.

    The Quantum Computing Apocalypse Is Imminent

    The Quantum Computing Apocalypse Is Imminent

    Taking advantage of the physical “spin” of quantum elements, a quantum computer will be able to process simultaneously the same data in different ways, enabling it to make projections and analyses much more quickly and efficiently than is now possible. Sppeds of computing will blast out of sight, hackeers will take advantage of this. How do we protect?

    Physics: Record-Breaking Nanochip Reaches One-Thousandth of a Degree From Absolute Zero, ‘Magic’ Quantum Threshold

    Physics: Record-Breaking Nanochip Reaches One-Thousandth of a Degree From Absolute Zero, ‘Magic’ Quantum Threshold

    “The combination of cooling systems allowed us to cool our chip down to below 3 millikelvin, and we are optimistic than we can use the same method to reach the magic 1 millikelvin limit,” Dominik Zumbühl, a physicist at the University of Basel, said in the press release.

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