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Quantum Computing using Black Body Radiation at Standard Temperature and Pressure

Project Current Status as at 20 May 2018


I've had a break through!

The project is being split into a Hardware and Software Component, sort of like Intel and Microsoft without sounding too arrogant.

In the light of the recent rise in fraudulent ICO's my project just sounded like them, airy sounding theory which was very lean on deliverable outcomes.

When trying to answer a simple question in a ICO questionnaire about how the technology actually makes money I found myself sounding like the worst white paper your ever read about how Smart Contracts and the Internet Of Things will usher in the golden age.

So I've decided to build a Proof-Of-Concept Interim Quantum Computing device that actually does a real world task and literally makes money!

My experiments have shown that the device will be at the very least a Hardware Random Number Generator fire hose.

The device will mine Proof-Of-Work (POW) crypto currencies using a quantum beam splitter with the qubit semaphore signalled by the truth table of the beam splitter measuring black body radiation photons as I have been rabbiting on about for years now on this website.

This truth table is set out below and will be explained in detail in the white paper.

The device will also take advantage of reversible computing algorithms in order to conserve energy so it will run fast and not consume as much power as traditional SHA256 Proof-Of-Work mining algorithms running on ASIC's and FPGA's.

Finally, after being trapped in the chicken and egg situation for so long trying to explain to interested parties what the theory will be good for I'm creating the chicken and the egg.

Thanks for visiting.

Shayne Murray

Latest Home Brew Circuit Research Video

Hohlraum Block

The current Proof of Concept design uses 16 blue forward bias LED's configured in a Hilbert Array as the Alice transmitters and 16 reverse bias LEDs as the Bob receivers (Janus Configuration) mounted in a CNC machined aluminium block. Manufacture of the block is underway and two will be available for experimentation shortly. The LED's are transmitters on the Transmitter faces and can be configured as detectors on the two receiver faces. The top plate heat sink is not shown so the detail within the Hohlraum including the 50:50 glass plate beam splitter is easy to see. The design is ported for 25 LED's per face but only 16 will be used in the Proof-Of-Concept design as the FPGA has a limitation on the number of available IO pins. A larger FPGA will be required with 100 IO pins for production design.

Hilbert Curve Animation

The future development Light Circuit once the LED's are fabricated in an IC Form Factor will use an order 4  Hilbert Curve Optic Quantum (HCOQ) 256 bit or 128 qubit Register. This animation of a Order 4 Hilbert Curve (16 x 16), shows how the Alice Register undergoing a multiplication shift may be tested against a Qubit Register (Not Shown) and the result read in the left and right face of the Bob detector arrays (Not Shown)to detect a NOON State at each shift.

After 18 months of research and development two machined blocks of aluminium known as Hohlraums have finally arrived, ported out to receive 100 x 3mm blue LEDs (25 per face). The LEDs will function as forward bias Transmitters (2) and reverse bias Receivers(2) interfacing via a 50:50 beam splitter plate. Work can now start on a Proof-Of-Concept circuit and a White Paper titled "Instantiating Logical Qubits using JK Flops, FPGAs and LEDs".