Quantum computers go silicon

SILICON STEPS UP Scientists are performing new quantum feats with silicon-based devices (background, shown in a scanning electron microscope image). In a technique that could help silicon quantum computers scale up, a particle of light (pink waves) was made to interact with the spin of a single electron (pink circle). For quantum computers, silicon’s springtime … Continue reading Quantum computers go silicon

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Retrocausality

Reprinted from new scientist Quantum time machine: How the future can change what happens now The idea that the future can influence the past may finally explain the inherent randomness of quan-retro causality bring it in line with Einstein's space-time By Adam Becker IF YOU were to break your arm tomorrow afternoon, would you suddenly … Continue reading Retrocausality

This may be the beginning of the Great Financial Reckoning

Reprinted from Soverignman.com February 12, 2018 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile Less than two weeks ago, the United States Department of Treasury very quietly released its own internal projections for the federal government’s budget deficits over the next several years. And the numbers are pretty gruesome. In order to plug the gaps from its soaring deficits, … Continue reading This may be the beginning of the Great Financial Reckoning

Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies.

Reprinted from Sovereignman.com February 9, 2018 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile Within the last week, Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies. Facebook (along with Google) virtually controls Internet advertising. So their policies have enormous influence over consumer behavior. Banning ICO advertisements on its platform, for example, will … Continue reading Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies.