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just as a kind of side related question but could you maybe use a binary based hard drive/ram to store quantum information still or would it all be very different to do any of this.

I don't know much (well anything really) about it but I figured it might be a possibity at a high space and speed expense
So yes, you could. But it would take an exponential number of binary bits to store information coming from a quantum system. Think of it this way. in a binary system, each bit has two options. So each pair of bits has four: 00, 01, 10, 11. But in a quantum system, you have a third option, so each pair has NINE options (2^3). Six bits of binary data (64 options) fit easily into four bits of our hypothetical quantum data (108). The higher the numbers go up, the more the numbers of required bits diverge (welcome to exponential growth). So a binary hard drive is going to have a fantastically hard time storing any useful amount of quantum data.
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makes sense. it was just more of a compatiblity/can it be done question.
I'm also sure though using standard storage would really hamper a quantum based unit due to how much data it would have to read to get that info.
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could be wrong .....but im sure electricity travels at the speed of light
which i think i remember hearing somewhere is about 13.000 mp/second
thats quick !!!!!
You are correct, the speed of electricity is the speed of light. 186,000 Miles per sec is the speed of electricity (well actually the energy).
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