Earth's Spacetime Gold Rush

How are resources managed in each quanta of spacetime around earth above ground and below ground? Is the surface of the earth, and the projection outward from the center of the earth, the defining volumetric border at various levels of government domain and property ownership? Do property owners own the space above and below their […]

Evidence for Classic Photons

At 6:33 in this video it should be clear to everyone that a single photon is actually a real particle. NPQG models a photon as a composite spherical particle with a shell made of 6 electrinos and 6 positrinos and no payload. In any case, the little game of pong makes sense as the photon […]

Bohmian Mechanics and NPQG II

This is the second blog post in a series about de Broglie-Bohm theory. See Bohmian Mechanics and NPQG I for the first post in the series. Intelligent Life is Close to Understanding Nature NPQG models nature as two Planck scale particle types, the electrino and positrino, energy carried by those particles, and flat 3D space. […]

Bohmian Mechanics and NPQG I

Bohmian mechanics, aka de Broglie-Bohm theory, describes a classical model of nature that solves the same problems as the mysterious quantum mechanics. In this post series, I’ll show how NPQG can provide a physical implementation of nature that matches Bohmian Mechanics. NPQG also provides a classical quantum gravity solution that matches general relativity. Furthermore NPQG […]

Quantum Computing III

D-Wave A lattice of 2000 tiny superconducting devices, known as qubits, is chilled close to absolute zero to harness quantum effects A user models a problem into a search for the “lowest energy point in a vast landscape” The processor considers all possibilities simultaneously to determine the lowest energy and the values that produce it Multiple […]

Quantum Computing II

GOOGLE The Sycamore processor can simulate 2**53 states. I sent this comment: “Do you provide more technical detail somewhere? Can you tell me exactly which set of atoms makes a Qubit? How many photons of what wavelength are required to make each state change in what resonance? The cool thing is that you are generally […]

Quantum Computing I

I haven’t paid much attention to quantum computing before now (January 1, 2020) and it is probably about time I dipped my toe into it. I’ll start by reviewing basic information I find on YouTube and vendor sites. IBM I can help. The team needs to take a look at the de Broglie-Bohm non-local solution […]