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(The New York Times)   Lockheed Martin will scale quantum computing up to a commercially useful level and apply it to its business. Or it won't. Or it will and won't at the same time. I bet the cat ends up dead   (nytimes.com) divider line 5
    More: Interesting, Lockheed Martin, companies of Canada, In-Q-Tel, computing, Jeff Bezos, D-Wave Systems  
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2013-03-23 12:19:47 PM
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2013-03-23 11:12:55 AM
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Kome: I laughed perhaps a bit too much at the headline.


It would have been funnier if the cross post (business vs. geek) one had the cat be alive, the other have the cat be dead.

Hear that, admins?  I'm FUNNY
2013-03-23 11:12:32 AM
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critics of D-Wave's method say it is not quantum computing at all, but a form of standard thermal behavior.

No duh.
2013-03-23 10:57:59 AM
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Snarfangel: This quantum computer contains a liquid core, which, if exposed due to rupture, should not be touched, inhaled, or looked at.

/Do not taunt quantum computer.


And because it's quantum, it has already been ruptured, touched, inhaled, looked at, taunted, teased, fondled, molested, masticated and has reproduced by implanting eggs in your skull.
2013-03-23 08:03:16 AM
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This quantum computer contains a liquid core, which, if exposed due to rupture, should not be touched, inhaled, or looked at.

/Do not taunt quantum computer.
 
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