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Burrito has found his time machine .....again

Burrito claims ..... “A time machine does not have to transport humans or anything living. “

One thing about this clown he can be good  for a laugh 
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Researchers send qubit back in time

When a qubit inside a machine goes back in time, what is the machine which houses the qubit called?

Strain that laughably stupid brain of yours really hard. You pig-ignorant, obnoxiously arrogant, dopey fake Irish wazzock. Even you can figure out the answer.

Russian scientists have succeeded in reversing time, albeit on a very, very tiny scale.

The researchers, from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, along with U.S. and Swiss colleagues, announce their findings in the journal Scientific Reports.

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Russian scientists have succeeded in reversing time

Well, well, well. What do we have here? Is this burrito proving why the God who created time needeth not His own creator? Yes, yes. It very well is.

Or perhaps you are just mentally insane. But we already knew that, didn't we... Ramshutu...

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God who created time

Prove to me that God created time. Or that God even exists. Off you go.

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When a qubit inside a machine goes back in time, what is the machine which houses the quibit called

In this case a . Do you really think computers are time machines ?

Time machine


noun: time machine; plural noun: time machines

A machine capable of transporting a person backwards or forwards in time.

Tricky stuff buddy.

Those guys that told you in the computer depot that they were selling you a ‘Time machine ‘ were simply taking advantage of your gullibility and genetic stupidity

What you really mean is what happens when you reverse the direction of your simulation?

Science review

As Scott Aaronson, director of the Quantum Information Center at the University of Texas at Austin, says, “If you’re simulating a time-reversible process on your computer, then you can ‘reverse the direction of time’ by simply reversing the direction of your simulation. From a quick look at the paper, I confess that I didn’t understand how this becomes more profound if the simulation is being done on IBM’s quantum computer.”

Nor do I

Other quantum computing experts we spoke to agreed. One, who did not wish to be named, said: “I don’t know how useful this is … it doesn’t mean that these guys made a time machine. They certainly didn’t violate the laws of thermodynamics or the laws of physics.” He added: “This is the type of hype that is going to give quantum computing a bad name.”

He’s right. Wild headlines don’t just give quantum computing a bad name. They do damage to science as a whole by convincing the public that science is so bewildering it’s beyond their comprehension. It’s tough enough to explain the paradoxes that actually exist in quantum mechanics without sensationalist embellishment. Time, whether any of us likes it or not, marches on.

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In this case a

You're so stupid it's laughable. So my laptop can send stuff back in time can it? Strange it wasn't advertised on the box.

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As Scott Aaronson, director of the Quantum Information Center at the University of Texas at Austin, says

I linked information about a Russian quantum physics experiment. Scott Aaronson is a computer programmer with no qualifications in physics. Do you understand that computer programmers with no qualifications in physics cannot give valid opinions about quantum physics experiments which happen in other countries?

That was a rhetorical question, because obviously you don't. You're THAT stupid.

'We can build a real time machine'

Don't tell Dermot, BBC. He'll use his powerful ignorance of physics to mock you.

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Ron's father, a heavy smoker, died of a heart attack at the age of 33 - when Prof Mallett was just 10 years of age. Ron was devastated and withdrew into his books.

"A year after that when I was 11, I came across the book that changed everything for me. That was The Time Machine, by HG Wells," the University of Connecticut physicist told the BBC's Horizon programme.

Someone tell Mallett and Burrito the Time Machine was a Science fiction book ..........your stupidity is breathtaking