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Stanford and Google Team Up To Create Time Crystals With Quantum Computers


Manwon Lender
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A team of researchers including ones from Stanford and Google have created and observed a new phase of matter, popularly known as a time crystal. There is a huge global effort to engineer a computer capable of harnessing the power of quantum physics to carry out computations of unprecedented complexity. While formidable technological obstacles still stand in the way of creating such a quantum computer, today’s early prototypes are still capable of remarkable feats. For example, the creation of a new phase of matter called a “time crystal.” Just as a crystal’s structure repeats in space, a time crystal repeats in time and, importantly, does so infinitely and without any further input of energy – like a clock that runs forever without any batteries. The quest to realize this phase of matter has been a longstanding challenge in theory and experiment – one that has now finally come to fruition.

Stanford and Google Team Up To Create Time Crystals With Quantum Computers (scitechdaily.com)

Peer reviewed Journal --Time-Crystalline Eigenstate Order on a Quantum Processor - Time-Crystalline Eigenstate Order on a Quantum Processor | Nature

 

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  • The title was changed to Stanford and Google Team Up To Create Time Crystals With Quantum Computers
48 minutes ago, zep73 said:

@Manwon Lender

This is somewhat old news, my friend.

And your headline is inconsistent with the content.

Zep thanks for pointing that out about the title of this thread, I did get that corrected so thank you very much for bring it to my attention. I also see what you mean about the topics but it appears something may have changed because the Peer reviewed journal  for the thread I started is  published 30 November 2021, and the page you added from the other thread does not have a Peer reviewed journal attached to the OP mine does.

I haven't seen you around in few days is everything ok!:tu:

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1 minute ago, Manwon Lender said:

I haven't seen you around in few days is everything ok!:tu:

All is fine. I'm just socially bipolar :lol:

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21 minutes ago, zep73 said:

All is fine. I'm just socially bipolar :lol:

That is certain not true at all my friend, if anything that describes me man!!!!!!:tu: Hey below there are some diffrent threads I started the othger day I am uncertain if your are in interested or saw them

Peace 

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