What do you call a quantum computer built in the shape of a cubic lattice and containing 450000 qubits?
Noah’s ark, of course! Genesis 6:14. Sorry, I just couldn’t resist.
Well I guess I got it wrong. I thought it might be a Rubik’s qubit.
You mean Genesis 6:15?
And Solomon’s Temple was 60 qubits by 20 qubits — no wonder the stories from that era always sound so decoherent.
Don’t forget, on the first passover, the angel of death used the First Born Approximation.
logical or physical qubits?????
I think they must be logical qubits or else the whole ark would fall apart. On the other hand maybe this is why they haven’t discovered the remains of the ark: all those cubic cubits decohered. (Though this leaves the problem of where the classical bits are…)
Didn’t “the classical bits” get left behind, along with dinosaurs and “the last unicorn”?
i thought it was rubik’s cube hehehe
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