#### Re: The actual benefits of quantum computing...

Training people for what exactly? The Qbits are not going through every possible state, they are not quantum.

If all you have is a noisy system then you just have an analogue computer. 1950's computers of Physicist Feyman times, when computers were analogue circuits used to solve specific problems.

Feyman hypothesized a quantum computer that would be in every state, because Schrodingers model defined it that way. In Schrodinger's model: you measure the electrons position and by doing that you define its position. As time passes, its position becomes more and more indistinct, its not moving, rather it's just everywhere and nowhere according to the probability model defined by Schrodinger.

So Feyman's hypothetical quantum computer will find a perfect solution because it goes through every possible state. BUT THIS IS NOT HAPPENING, it is not going through all possible states because your Quantum Computer is not finding the perfect optimal solution each time.

This is the [no] path in physics. The electron isn't moving, its just everywhere and nowhere.

Down the [yes] path, electric force must also be an oscillating force (because if your particles are moving then so is the electrons in a detector), so what you measure is the net effect between an oscillating electric force and the particle oscillating away.

Which makes the Quantum Computer a noisy detector.

The [yes] path, matter at subatomic level *is* in motion.

No more 'particles travelling backwards in time', no more universal 'speed of light' constant, a simple understanding of what mass is and how it converts to energy..... why the speed of light appears to be a constant when you measure it, the mechanism by which light travels over space, even why there are 3 dimensions, its right there down that [yes] path.