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Can Thin-Film Technology Help to Realize the Einstein Gravity Quantum Computer?

Norbert Schwarzer*

Saxonian Institute of Surface Mechanics, Ummanz, Germany

Corresponding Author

Received Date: June 4, 2019;  Published Date: June 25, 2019


After it became clear that Quantum Computers are more powerful than originally thought [1], the question popped up whether one could find the most fundamental form of a Turing machine based on Quantum Theory. Doing this job in a very comprehensive manner, we found that the deepest layer for the Quantum Computer was not to be found inside the theoretical apparatus of Quantum Theory. Surprising as this may be, it is the General Theory of Relativity which “contained it all”. We found that an extremely simple solution of the Einstein-Field-Equations, using pairwise dimensional entanglement, sports the principle structural elements of computers [2]. We will derive these structural elements and show that the classical computer technology of today and even the quantum computers are just degenerated derivatives of this general solution. In this short paper we will discuss thin-film technology- and smart material-options potentially helping us to one day realize the general computer concept. As often spin is seen as THE one possibility to realize Quantum Computers, we will try to find a metric understanding of the concept of spin.

Keywords:Quantum computer; Smart materials; Quantum dots; Quantum gravity

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