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Joe Fisher: on 3/15/20 at 15:31pm UTC, wrote Unbelievable, after failing to build a visible computer containing visible...

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Robert H McEachern wrote on Mar. 7, 2020 @ 00:17 GMT
"So what does thinking quantum mechanically mean?" Incoherent.

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FQXi Administrator David Sloan wrote on Mar. 12, 2020 @ 00:10 GMT
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Joe William Fisher wrote on Mar. 14, 2020 @ 15:35 GMT
The only reason it would be physically impossible to manufacture a visible quantum computer would be that such a computer would have to have a visible finite on/off switch located in a finite visible position known to the visible user of the computer. Seeing that Nature provided only one visible Eternal reality that has abounded for millions of years BEFORE any visible white male physicists ever appeared on Earth and started publishing their silly guesswork concerning invisible phenomena, it is worth noting that Natural VISIBLE REALTY DOES NOT COME WITH ANY FINITE SWITCHES.

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Joe William Fisher wrote on Mar. 15, 2020 @ 15:31 GMT
Unbelievable, after failing to build a visible computer containing visible internal parts capable of accurately counting the supposedly myriads of scattered bits of the universe, the visible – supposedly bright – white male physicists are now attempting to build a visible computer that would have invisible quantum internal parts to try to get the job done. Any visible sensible person knows that Nature could have only provided one visible Universe, and no sensible person ever needs a visible computer in order to count to 1.

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