Quid Cryptocurrency via Quantum Computing

Quid Cryptocurrency via Quantum Computing

In our protocol, Alice can run her topologically-protected quantum computation on Bob's quantum computer in such a way that Alice's [quid] privacy is kept secret to Bob (Fig. 2). More precisely, our protocol runs as follows (Fig.3). Like the BFK protocol, Alice first sends randomly-rotated [quid] qubits to Bob (Fig.3 (a)). By entangling these qubits, Bob next creates a certain three-dimensional system, which is a modification of the Raussendorf-Harrington-Goyal one (Fig.3 (b)). Then, Alice and Bob perform measurement-based quantum computing with exchanging classical messages (Fig.3 (c) and (d)). If Bob is honest, Alice can perform the correct topologically-protected quantum computation (Fig. 3 (e)). On the other hand, whatever evil Bob does, he cannot learn anything about Alice's input, output, and algorithm (Fig.3 (e)). 

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Detection of atomic-scale magnetism to become more prevalent with newly built electron microscope

Detection of atomic-scale magnetism to become more prevalent with newly built electron microscope

Scientists can now detect magnetic behavior at the atomic level with a new electron microscopy technique developed by a team from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Uppsala University, Sweden. The researchers took a counterintuitive approach by taking advantage of optical distortions that they typically try to eliminate.

 

"It's a new approach to measure magnetism at the atomic scale," ORNL's Juan Carlos Idrobo said. "We will be able to study materials in a new way.



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Ref:  Detecting magnetic ordering with atomic size electron probes.  *Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging* (27 May 2016) | DOI: 10.1186/s40679-016-0019-9 | PDF (Open Access)

 

ABSTRACT

Although magnetism originates at the atomic scale, the existing spectroscopic techniques sensitive to magnetic signals only produce spectra with spatial resolution on a larger scale. However, recently, it has been theoretically argued that atomic size electron probes with customized phase distributions can detect magnetic circular dichroism. Here, we report a direct experimental real-space detection of magnetic circular dichroism in aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM). Using an atomic size-aberrated electron probe with a customized phase distribution, we reveal the checkerboard antiferromagnetic ordering of Mn moments in LaMnAsO by observing a dichroic signal in the Mn L-edge. The novel experimental setup presented here, which can easily be implemented in aberration-corrected STEM, opens new paths for probing dichroic signals in materials with unprecedented spatial resolution.

Gravitational diode could lead to futuristic Star Trek technologies - From teleportation to highly efficient energy generation

Gravitational diode could lead to futuristic Star Trek technologies - From teleportation to highly efficient energy generation

A very interesting press release appeared yesterday morning that was brought to our attention. A startup company, Gravitomagnetism, LLC, was granted a patent that enables it a multitude of applications ranging from energy generation to teleportation.

"Imagine one day having a wind-up watch-sized device that could power your entire house, your boat, your car and your airplane."Michael Boyd, Gravitomagnetism, LLC

The patent in question, "Device and Method to Produce Gravitomagnetic Induction, Mass Spin-Valve or Gravitational Rectifier | (PDF), has the following items as major applications that could be utilized from this technology:

  • Disk calibration (Approved in practice by USPTO)
  • Energy generation (Approved in practice by USPTO) - One square meter would produce near 20 Megawatts/meter² (Concept only) 
  • Propulsion (Concept only) 
  • Teleportation of matter and/or energy (Concept only) 

After reading through the entire patent, I needed a beer to recover from the copious bureaucratic sections of necessary fluff and vast complicated material.

We did some digging to further understand what exactly this was and found a post that appeared on Reddit's /r/Futorolgy and LinkedIn from a mysterious physicist claiming it could eventually usher in a Star Trek future.

As one Redditor put it:

So, in other words, this patent describes a device that can be built to produce energy from gravity, propulsion without propellant (using gravity, or antigravity), a means to convert matter into energy and back again without changing the original configuration of matter, or the ability to convert energy into another form and beam it to another location where it can be converted back into the original form.
So, in essence, yes. Star Trek.

The main application the patent seems to purport is for calibrating manufacturing equipment for disc drives, DVDs, tape drives, etc. This would help increase manufacturers throughput, yields, and effectively profits. Nonetheless, it is the other potential applications mentioned that are the most interesting.

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Startup granted key patent for numerous applications from disk calibration to energy generation

Startup granted key patent for numerous applications from disk calibration to energy generation

GRAVITOMAGNETISM, LLC was granted Patent No. US 9,318,031 B2 from the United States Patent Office on April 19, 2016 that will enable the startup to secure its proprietary technology applications for disk calibration, energy generation, propulsion, and teleportation.

The company was founded in 2014 by Michael E. Boyd.  Gravitomagnetism, LLC has been working discretely with several major organizations in the high-tech industry to conduct feasibility studies and bring proof of concept devices to commercialization in their respective applications.

The science and capabilities that gravitomagnetism and gravitoelectromagnetism purport have been of interest to many from NASA to Stanford researchers (PDF). 

"The patent was written as simply as possibly, so once we get these continuation patent applications in place, we'll have a much meatier version and things can really take off for us," said Michael E. Boyd, Member of Gravitomagnetism, LLC.  He further discussed the possibilities of this patent: "Imagine one day having a wind-up watch-sized device that could power your entire house, your boat, your car and your airplane."

The company's technologies will help make disk calibration systems more accurate, bring sustainable and energy efficient systems globally, and provide the ability to create future propulsion and teleportation systems.

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Gravitomag.com is live!

Gravitomag.com is live!

Hello internet!  

It has been a long time coming and many steps were required to get us to this point.

We are very excited about the future and what it holds as we hope to make a global impact with our proprietary technology. 

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