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Infinite computer power using entangled qbits trits and time dilatation effects

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000015432D
Original Publication Date: 2002-Mar-15
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-20
Document File: 2 page(s) / 182K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

Utilising the time dilation effects of relativistic motion combined with Quantum entanglement of trits or qbits (1.58 bits 1 trit, a trit can have the value 0, 1 or 2). The idea allows the utilisation of the computational power of computers that exist within different times and allows them to share information. Hence computation can be carried out at differing time rates. Example: Two (or more, but for simplicity, two) Computers C’ and C exist in different times due to the velocity v of C’. The memory that is to define the computation and to receive the results of the computation is entangled at the quantum level, hence the quantum state of the memory is the same in each processor irrespective of time or distance. (References: Dense Coding in Experimental Quantum Communication, University of Innsbruck http://info.uibk.ac.at/c/c7/c704/qo/photon/_qdc/ Instantaneous Data Transfer Over Temporal Boundaries Thomas C. Meseroll, Hughes Space and Communications Company, El Segundo, California Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox ). Due to time running at different rates in the two computers, the results of the computation can be instantaneous within one computers time frame and take the normal length of time in the other time frame. See Fig. 1 where t and t' represent time frames, v is the velocity c' and c are computational devices with entangled memory.

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Infinite computer power using entangled qbits trits and time dilatation effects

Utilising the time dilation effects of relativistic motion combined with Quantum entanglement of trits or qbits (1.58 bits = 1 trit, a trit can have the value 0, 1 or 2). The idea allows the utilisation of the computational power of computers that exist within different times and allows them to share information. Hence computation can be carried out at differing time rates.

Example: Two (or more, but for simplicity, two) Computers C' and C exist in different times due to the velocity v of C'. The memory that is to define the computation and to receive the results of the computation is entangled at the quantum level, hence the quantum state of the memory is the same in each processor irrespective of time or distance. (References:

Dense Coding in Experimental Quantum Communication, University of Innsbruck http://info.uibk.ac.at/c/c7/c704/qo/photon/_qdc/ Instantaneous Data Transfer Over Temporal Boundaries - Thomas C. Meseroll, Hughes Space and Communications Company, El Segundo, California Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox ).

    Due to time running at different rates in the two computers, the results of the computation can be instantaneous within one computers time frame and take the normal length of time in the other time frame. See Fig. 1 where t and t' represent time frames, v is the velocity c' and c are computational devices with entangled memory.

FIG. 1

    Hence the computing power...