1. Drareg

    Quantum computers with calcium ions

    This sounds promising. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41567-022-01658-0 Most quantum computers use binary encoding to store information in qubits—the quantum analogue of classical bits. Yet, the underlying physical hardware consists of information carriers that are not necessarily binary...
  2. haidut

    Luca Turin's Quantum Theory Of Smell

    Just a placeholder post for people who are not familiar with this topic. The topic of smell has come up in numerous interview with Ray Peat. His typical response is that the mechanism of smell is not well-known but he think the theories of Dr. Luca Turin are a much better explanation than the...
  3. haidut

    Yet Another Development In Physics Suggests Eternal Universe And No Big Bang

    As some of the forum users have noticed I am a fan of the physicist David Bohm and his views on "wholeness and implicate order" (actual title of one of his books). After being vilified for more than 50 years, the ideas of Bohm have been having a kind of a renaissance lately as a result of a work...