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(The Register)   If a quantum tree falls in a quantum forest how many quantum physicists does it take to screw it in?   ( theregister.co.uk) divider line
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2013-10-01 07:38:00 AM  
I think it depends on whether or not they are on their way to St Ives.
2013-10-01 08:01:27 AM  
Thus proving we have souls due to entangled quantum tunnling dot teleportation.
2013-10-01 08:33:22 AM  
As many as it takes to operate a 3D printer in near-Earth orbit.
2013-10-01 08:57:02 AM  
Two, but you can never tell whether they're screwing or not. Or rather, they're both screwing and not screwing.
2013-10-01 10:17:40 AM  
/remember you may know how fast you're processing,
but you won't know exactly what the solution is.

and if you know your solution, you won't know how fast you will process it.

/quantum computing QA
2013-10-01 11:02:08 AM  

Feepit: As many as it takes to operate a 3D printer in near-Earth orbit.

If a 3D printer prints a tree in a forest, will anyone see it?
2013-10-01 06:01:40 PM  
..no 5

2013-10-01 06:45:24 PM  
One, if it's big enough
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