“THE TALK”: My quantum computing cartoon with Zach Weinersmith » smbc2


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  1. michael devin Says:

    That’s pretty cool. One of the best SMBCs I’ve seen in a while, and I like a lot of them. I always tell people that a quantum computer is more like an analog computing device. Like the water computer, or the astrolabe, but using a quatum object as a proxy. Could we do FFT using a large tank of water and some movable barriers do you think?

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