A worldly present phenomenon described as an amount of individually working yet collectively behaving, physically proven miniaturized groups of transistors so small and close together that they begin to show digitally unpredictable collective processes pointing at a Quantum Process Interference Result.
Rob Helmink – “The result could be coffee with everything in it..”
These digital ongoing unknown groups processes could be collectively controlled from another location without delay due to a Mutual Quantum Connection, commands given by for example a mouse click; because these processes are shielded yet still group-manipulable through the hardware interface connected to the device(s) using the transistors in question.
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The chips with the transistors causing this spreading phenomenon are in more & more devices. In high probability the transistors processed within the current cpu’s are becoming so small that they cause electromagnetismic interference among each other, which could be labeled as a Quantum Interference Vulnerability.
Special thanks to Lars for bringing the concept up.
Rob Helmink – “Build a digital infrastructural network with as little Binary Blobs as possible..”
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