World's 1st fault-tolerant quantum computer launching this year ahead of a 10,000-qubit machine in 2026

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There are other inconsistencies too, where they say
"Quantum computers could outpace the best supercomputers if they incorporate millions of qubits, but the largest quantum computer built so far only has around 1,000 qubits", and then
"The new machine, which has 256 physical and 10 logical qubits" and "Its monster, a machine with more than 10,000 physical qubits and 100 logical qubits, is scheduled for 2026. "At 100 logical qubits, the [2026] machine can perform correct calculations that exceed the capability of today’s supercomputers".
Something doesnt add up here, but aside from that, I think that something will go very wrong in coming years, demonstrating that there no entanglement does exist in the world other than the idealistic confusion inside the brains of these scientists
 
Entanglement has been proven numerous times, the 2022 Nobel prize in physics was awarded to the discoverers. It is used routinely in cryptography, aka quantum information, also superdense coding and in quantum teleportation.

The wide range of capabilities of qubits depends on their error rate.
 
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Entanglement has been proven numerous times, the 2022 Nobel prize in physics was awarded to the discoverers. It is used routinely in cryptography, aka quantum information, also superdense coding and in quantum teleportation.

The wide range of capabilities of qubits depends on their error rate.
yes, but I don't mean to say that the observed phenomena don't exist; I mean that the theoretical explanations of those phenomena can be due to completely different and entirely logical causes, rather than to the absurd illogicalities of quantum mechanics. Another example, even the flight of aircraft is true, it works, we experience it every day, but the physical causes that support aircraft in flight are very obscure and completely contradictory. The same goes for the trajectories of missiles, which do not respect the laws of ballistic and orbital mechanics, which since the fifties had to be artificially finessed to work properly
 
All of the things you mention are explained by the physics of each. The literature goes into great detail, I'm sure all your questions will be addressed.

As for quantum mechanics being illogical, it is. It doesn't make any sense at all. But it's true. That's the problem we must confront. Because we can't understand something doesn't prevent it from being true.
 

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