Oh I’m a definite fan of quantum physics / quantum mechanics. I wasn’t criticizing the documentary you presented; rather i was thinking of documentaries in general as a way that it plays tricks with our belief systems. ooh, a bright red cardinal appeared nearby – wish I had a camera handy. sorry – was typing while watching it look at me through the screen. I should look look into quantum computation again; been a while. I think part of the surprise in these systems is that everything ‘leaks’; we treat categories as hard and fixed with clear insides and clear outsides and any transgressions seen as mistakes or magical. But the error I think is with the assumption of the “exclusion zones” being so exclusive. I mean, they’re not. They’re statistically tending to be exclusive zones but it’s also possible to manipulate it so the exclusive zones are regularly violated; look at how semiconductors work for a real world example of how quantum tunnelling is in everyday use. Not as fancy as quantum teleportation or independence being violated – but really the wall being tunnelled through was never solid nor was independence really there; we were wrong about them being independent

Oh I’m a definite fan of quantum physics / quantum mechanics.
I wasn’t criticizing the documentary you presented; rather i was thinking of documentaries in general as a way that it plays tricks with our belief systems.
ooh, a bright red cardinal appeared nearby – wish I had a camera handy.
sorry – was typing while watching it look at me through the screen.
I should look look into quantum computation again; been a while. I think part of the surprise in these systems is that everything ‘leaks’; we treat categories as hard and fixed with clear insides and clear outsides and any transgressions seen as mistakes or magical.
But the error I think is with the assumption of the “exclusion zones” being so exclusive.
I mean, they’re not. They’re statistically tending to be exclusive zones but it’s also possible to manipulate it so the exclusive zones are regularly violated; look at how semiconductors work for a real world example of how quantum tunnelling is in everyday use. Not as fancy as quantum teleportation or independence being violated – but really the wall being tunnelled through was never solid nor was independence really there; we were wrong about them being independent

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