Quantum computers could overtake classical ones within 2 years, IBM 'benchmark' experiment shows

Nov 18, 2019
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It seems the last attempt to cheat the public for grant because quantum mechanics itself is totally wrong and the wave-particle duality is the result of a particle disturbing its surrounding aether, nothing to do with probability wave. Two years later, nobody will believe it any longer and there will be no chance to get funds for quantum computing.
 
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Nov 20, 2019
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It seems the last attempt to cheat the public for grant because quantum mechanics itself is totally wrong and the wave-particle duality is the result of a particle disturbing its surrounding aether, nothing to do with probability wave. Two years later, nobody will believe it any longer and there will be no chance to get funds for quantum computing.
i think EXACTLY like yours abut QM, virtual particles, entanglements, superposition and the other tons of fake mathematical and idealistic crap, i absolutely dont believe that these inherent quantum computers errors can be offsetted by math probability guessing nor addressed by integrating wave converters into the qbit chips, the theory is flawed at fundamental level, and probably there are plenty of scams for money as in many other scientific and technological areas nowadays, we have seen how far these scammers can go during the pandemic years, and in these respect i'm not so optimistic like you, our production and social imperialistic system is structurally rotten to the core
 
It seems the last attempt to cheat the public for grant because quantum mechanics itself is totally wrong and the wave-particle duality is the result of a particle disturbing its surrounding aether, nothing to do with probability wave. Two years later, nobody will believe it any longer and there will be no chance to get funds for quantum computing.
Quantum mechanics is the most successful model we have ever had for predicting what happens in reality.
Many thing we use now are based on quantum mechanics.
Saying it's wrong with no indication of why or any proof is dubious at best.

The fact is, these people make machines work based on their understanding. Lets see you two guys do the same thing, come up with a better theory of sub atomics and then make machines that work, based on your theory.
You can't do it because you don't know what you're talking about.