What is Quantum computing and why is it such a big deal?

Here’s the sound bite: “It’s been hailed as a breakthrough on the scale of the Wright brothers’ first motorized airplane flight.” Click the link below for an amazing story.

This is a diversion from our normal blog content, except, in a way it’s not. It aligns with one of our core messages. Look at the world with open minded interest and you will be surprised at what you see.

This link leads to a great Maclean’s article, published in January 2020, that explains quantum computing in a way that makes sense. There is also a jewel of a link to Jacob Barnett and his experience at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo Ontario. If you do one thing today, follow that link and read his story. Then return to the Quantum Computing article and finish it, including the links about Justin Trudeau, you may be surprised.

We’ve received some reports that the Maclean’s article link does not always work. If you have problems with the link you can copy and paste this url into your browser to link to the article. “https://www.macleans.ca/society/science/quantum-computing-could-solve-problems-we-dont-even-know-we-have/”