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turnatable What's interesting, and evidently extraordinarily difficult is Quantum Computing, which isn't cracked yet, but will. Quantum computers are unconventional, extremely unpredictable, which after all isn't surprising. I mean, look and quantum mechanics, an electron is her, or there one second, or at the same time, and that's what quantum computers do, as well. Using the Binary Code with zeroes and ones, except quantum qubit will use zeroes and ones at the same time, just like electrons in their theoretical state. You can never know for certain where the electron will be, so when you apply the mathematical categorical substations upon it, you have a estimate prediction for its next presence, and again, that's the same with quantum computing, since the zeroes and ones are unbalanced they will rearrange themselves with a continuum of one, zero one, zero, hence; switching the logical number value to 10, 01, 10, 01 ect... But remember it's all happening at the same time. Furthermore,this is Explanation and a daily nomination for Einsteins malign towards Quantum Theory. @ian_hvbbard 3w
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riddleer1234 Ones single pole others dual pole. Which means one can control one light with one switch other can control one light two switch 3w
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