I can still remember first reading about quantum computing in an early edition of Wired. Here was the new technology that could do it all, turning phonons into gateways and making today's fastest processors look like Turing's bombe.
One factor when quantum computing does come is going to be security. A true quantum computer would carve through current codes like a hot knife through butter. Consequentially it may be some years after the fact that we learn they have been invented.
* - Post modernists out there may dispute the existence of any true facts, rather that everything is an incompletely tested hypothesis. This explains why they make such bad conversation.
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