A research team led by Australian engineers has created the first working "quantum bit" based on a single atom in silicon,
En-Lugal"-They made a hard-drive.[/quote]
See more evidence you don't understand the science.
A quantum bit, based on a single atom is going to be able to transfer more information at any one time then a photon of light.
[quote="En-Lugal wrote:What the Australian Team is working on now is irrelevant and has zero impact on the original article At1 posted. The American Team sent the information farther unless you can produce proof that they didn't.
You crack me up .... As always ... you have that back the front ..... what the American / European team did in At1 post has NO RELEVANCE AT ALL, on either what the Australian team is doing today .... nor on what they did 10 years ago.
nor does it even have any relevance to what the Japanese & Chinese scientific teams did all those years ago.
that fact is the European & American teams research has had no impact on any aspect of the science what so ever.
En-Lugal wrote:The American Team sent the information further and were recognized for it in the scientific community.
You claim that the scientific world see's the fact that they sent a beam of light a few hundred meters further than the chines did in 2011, a a major breakthrough ..................
I say where did you see that ..... all there is are a few reports in a few local newspapers & on a few geek websites ( who also don't know the history here ) ........ go check them out for yourself.
En-Lugal wrote:Take modern or even older machines for example. The information on them was stored on the HDD or another medium like floppy, flash-drive, CD, DVD, etc. Information couldn't be shared any other way before the modem was invented. In essence, that is what the American Team is working on.
Your So wrong in your facts .... Your just making stuff up .... your such a lair. The US team is working on no such thing .....
They are still sending a beam of light via copper cables. You keep telling us they are sending the info further than the Australian team.
Now ... your trying to claim that the Americans have been working on the hard drive, The Quantum computer all this time.
Your such a lair.
En-Lugal wrote:I understand perfectly what's happening here and I recognize your distasteful, dishonest, biased "debating" style for what it is.
Look who's talking ... You don't know what your talking about so you just make it up.
En-Lugal wrote:All it proves is that the 2002 and 2011 are the same team. We already knew that, by the way. Pointing to this information and calling me stupid didn't prove anything. I and everyone else already knew they were the same team. This is more of that emotional biased arguing you do. It detracts from the real facts. Are you really this dense or is this purposefully done as I suspect?
& Yet again you make yourself look the fool. & Once more prove you don't get it & that you keep getting your facts wrong.
You keep copping thins said in the Articles, but when you type it, you get the facts all messed up.
Know-body was talking About the 2002 & 2011 teams being the same ( tho they are )
I was pointing out that the 2002 & 2011 teams are the same team that is working on the Quantum computer.
The Quantum computer ( the hard drive ) is what makes the ability to transfer larger amounts of data then just a single photon of light.
Rath wrote:Scientists teleport Schrodinger's cat
Australian engineers write quantum computer 'qubit' in global breakthrough.
It's the same team, stupid ....... UNSW ..... University of New South Wales.
Clearly you didn't read anything, & your just pretending to. ( like AT1 )
& Clearly, your still not getting the point.
I find it intriguing that you linked this article. You managed to leave out the damning part that proves distance is, in fact, quite relevant.
From the article you linked:
The team’s greatest contribution is not necessarily the distance it made the data travel but the method it used to harness the 1.3-watt laser beam that carries it. The longer a beam of light travels, the more it spreads out, causing the photon to lose information and trail off course. To keep the beam on target, the researchers created a technique that focuses and steers the laser. Though beaming up humans and animals à la Star Trek is not on the agenda anytime soon, as the technology becomes more sophisticated, it will likely be applied to military communication.
I didn't leave it out, it was there all along .... & it just proves that i was / am right.
Like iv been saying all this time Distance is irrelevant ..... more so because the object is in both locations at the same time .... 0 & a 1 at the same time there but not at the same time .... cant travel faster than the speed of light, but yet it does @ the same time.
& also i pointed out that it was the method, speed, storage capacity that was far more important than the distance.
& what made the distance in Att1's post even less important, is that they only sent the photon a few hundred meters 20 miles further than the last team to do the same experiment.
En-Lugal wrote:This is what makes your whole asinine argument disintegrate, right here. The method to deliver the quantum information is via a laser. Distance is relevant as the further away the receiver, the more focused the beam has to be in order to receive anything intelligible on the other side.
Cept, It's the technology ( Computer ) that determinants the transfer rate & the strength of the beam. ( & i said that already ) But you & Att1 claimed it was wrong. ( & now your both backtracking )