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The Future At the beginning of the century people thought that there were no major discoveries to uncover in physics that is But shortly after this was said all sorts of atomic theories popped up Einstein came up with his relativity theories and Neils Bohr and many others carried on those studies What these geniuses came up with was a revolutionary proposal that nullified most of what was considered fact in physics What they started was a completely new branch of physics quantum physics It is way too complicated and I dont know nearly enough about it but one example of this was Einsteins theory that light in fact does have mass and does not travel in waves but in packets of light called quanta Quanta have both matter and wave-like properties Right now scientists are researching and developing an optical computer the most simple quantum computer This computer will smash the speed wall that computers will soon face With these optical computers chips will be faster and smaller meaning much more powerful computers Right now inside switches on chips two properties of electrons are used as on off switches that enable computers to do their calculations and what not This is the reason we have the binary system of ones and zeros But within the next fifteen years or so we will have built computers whose switches use fifteen different properties of electrons Bits will no longer measure memory but qubits or quantum bits Not only will they be more powerful they will also be able to do simultaneous calculations Although you might think that this would make chips fifteen times smaller it actually makes then thousands or even millions of times smaller Back when computers were first being used they were the size of rooms and they still had a processing power of less than a late eighties PC Now supercomputers that make complex calculations are still the size of large rooms
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