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Quantum Computing Medical Project
Ambitious project involving subatomic telematics
What is Quatum Computing?
What is a Qubit?
So, while a bit represents just 1 or 0, one Qubit represents an array of possibilities and all can be calculated simultaneously taking probabilities in account.
What is its scientific explanation ?
So, a particle momentum looks different to different observers and the particle has several states simultaneously. For one observer, the probability of the particle momentum could be state for that observer.
That is why one subatomic particle can have different states -and probabilities, at the same time. We can use it to replace bits and get better performance: Much better performance!
But, what's the buzz about Qubits?
What is that good for?
Is there anything else?
Are those Quantum Computers already available?
What all this have to do with Medicine?
Consider structure recognition, not limitted to imaging, and artificial intelligence, plus a further possibility of immediate communication with entangled subatomic particles. In simple words, it could mean automatic remote and reliable diagnosis, just to mention one possibility.
If you want to learn more Quantum Computing, Subatomic logic, please use the preset web search engine at the bottom of this page. Once you verify this is logical -maybe subatomically logical ;-), but still logical, you will understand my project's goal.
Why aren't you working on this right now?
However, I made work my Ultrasound color post-processing technique, since early 1994. But it is still limited to my patients. There are many more examples. We have been loosing valuable time in the mean time.
A parenthesis here to recall a paragraph taken from one of my messages posted to the MedLAB discussion group, dated April 25, 1999. It describes in a practical way how the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and Quantum mechanics act in the "normal" word
" ... There has been a long way from Newton to quantum computers. And there will be a long way from quantum computers to whatever it comes. The uncertainty principle changed the way we look around us. Particles have no defined positions and velocities, just a combination of both. Quantum mechanics tell us about possibilities. The "same" observation can produce different results. The observation itself changes the experiment results. We can even imagine parallel realities. What is true today, could be not true tomorrow .. ."
By that date, April 25, 1999, Quantum computers did not exist and light velocity could not be beaten.
At least, there is one Quantum Computer now (May 07, 2001), and yes, light velocity was recently beaten, too.
You need not think much to foresee the possibilities of Quantum Computing on preventive medicine.
Gonzalo E. Díaz