by Geoffrey Grider, Now The End Begins:
Information has been ‘teleported’ between two computer chips for the first time, a move that could lead to a more secure ‘quantum internet’, researchers claim.
Computer chips are advancing to the point where date is being transferred in particles of light suspended in space, opening up a door to advancements that will absolutely revolutionize every aspect of how we do business, transfer information and interact with our machines. We are not becoming cyborgs, we are cyborgs (your machine is always with you is it not?) who are deepening our dependence on the machines we have created. Ever see ‘The Matrix‘? You should watch it sometime.
“But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.” Daniel 12:4 (KJV)
Daniel was told to “shut up the words” of the end times prophecy given to him by his angelic messengers, and knowledge is increasing well past the point of our ability to understand what it is we are creating. If Jesus tarries long enough, even things like time travel will be figured out. Einstein thought it was possible, but you need quantum physics to do it, and we are just about there. Quantum physics and computing gets us crazy close to how our universe is actually constructed, it truly contains the very secrets of how everything was created. Rock solid theologians like Chuck Missler were convinced we live in a digital simulation, a viewpoint that’s back up by quantum physics. The only question is, how much of it will God allow us to figure out? 🤔
Data has been TELEPORTED simultaneously between two chips for the first time which could help ‘protect the world’s data’ on superfast quantum computers
FROM DAILY MAIL UK: Experts from the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark were able to ‘instantly send the data’ using a process called ‘quantum entanglement’. The information was exchanged without electrical or physical contact as the process allows these particles to instantly communicate over large distances.
This is useful in quantum computing and networks as changing one particle will automatically change the other, say researchers from Bristol.The team say their study could lead to a quantum internet that ‘would ultimately protect the world’s information from malicious attacks’.
IN QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT TWO PARTICLES BECOME ENTWINED TOGETHER. THEY ARE SO INTERCONNECTED THAT THEY CAN CONTINUE TO ‘COMMUNICATE’ OVER LONG DISTANCES. CHANGING THE PROPERTIES OF ONE PARTICLE CAUSES THE OTHER TO INSTANTLY CHANGE AS WELL.
Their breakthrough involved creating specially designed and programmable circuits within a chip that are able to generate light particles. The particles are then able to use quantum entanglement to ‘teleport’ between different chips and maintain instant communication. The team had a 91 percent success rate when getting the particles to talk to each other through the specially programmed computer chips.
‘WE WERE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE A HIGH-QUALITY ENTANGLEMENT LINK ACROSS TWO CHIPS IN THE LAB,’ SAYS DAN LLEWELLYN, CO-AUTHOR OF THE STUDY.
This new research is important as quantum computers, internet and other technologies rely on ‘quantum information’,’ he said. ‘This is encoded in single particles that are difficult to control and measure’.
Dr Llewellyn and the team have been able to create devices that can generate and manipulate single particles of light within programmable circuits. The chips they created encode quantum information in light generated inside the circuits, they then process the information with high efficiency. READ MORE
Ten Dimensional Universe – Chuck Missler
In this segment, Chuck MIssler discusses the ten dimensional universe. This segment comes from “Angels: Volume 1” briefing pack recorded in 2011 and published by Koinonia House.
The Amazing World of Quantum Entanglement
NOVA follows a ground-breaking experiment in the Canary Islands to use quasars at opposite ends of the universe to once and for all settle remaining questions. Scientists are working to decipher and harness the power of quantum mechanics, but the strange nature of entanglement and other quantum phenomena continues to confound researchers, posing new and mystifying questions.