Friday, April 19, 2024

Quantum Gravity Breaks Causality — And You Can Compute With It

PhysicsQuantum Gravity Breaks Causality -- And You Can Compute With It


If you flip a light switch, the light will turn on. A cause and its effect. Simple enough… until quantum gravity come into play. Once you add quantum gravity, lights can turn on and make switches flip. And some physicists think that this could help build better computers. Why does quantum physics make causality so strange? And how can we use quantum gravity to build faster computers? Let’s have a look.



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