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    Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    The computers, built on different technologies, worked on the same sets of calculations.
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    Re: Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    So, the University of Maryland has designed a pentagram-style quantum computer? I'm sure that won't have unintended side effects...

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    Re: Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    So, the University of Maryland has designed a pentagram-style quantum computer? I'm sure that won't have unintended side effects...
    Wouldst thou like to <div> deliciously?

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    Re: Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    So, the University of Maryland has designed a pentagram-style quantum computer? I'm sure that won't have unintended side effects...
    Doom 5 - Earth Edition?

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    Re: Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    So, the University of Maryland has designed a pentagram-style quantum computer? I'm sure that won't have unintended side effects...
    Finally, a big ol' calculator we can divide by 0 with, which won't refuse. It's a shame every sum comes to 616.

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    Re: Rival quantum computers go head to head for first time

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    So, the University of Maryland has designed a pentagram-style quantum computer? I'm sure that won't have unintended side effects...
    No wonder they go head to head, it is cross vs pentagram - good vs evil, a fight without winner from the begining of the world!

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