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January 22, 2013, 01:45:35 PM
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I am using quantum random(IDQ QRNG) to make my own quantum computer
and it's speed is fast than D-WAVE.Think about flipping a coin first time the
parallel programs is two(both side).Quantum random do the same.My QRNG
speed is 4Mbps, so the parallel programs from 4m-th power.It's big than the
universe.Copenhagen physicist said your mind impact 1 or 0. buddah said you
mind/heart created the world.So i try to prove it that a quantum computer only
need a QRNG.Next i try to build a quantum computer b/s system,you can account
any things you want.
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January 22, 2013, 02:08:11 PM
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Not sure if trolling or just dumb.  For those who don't know QRNG are the "next gen" version of hardware RNG (sometimes called true RNG).  QRNG are pretty cool but they have nothing to do with Quantum computing.   QRNG do have some interesting applications in Bitcoin (or any cryptographic system) though.  Being solid state costs are starting to become reasonable and could be "cheap" (<$10) in a decade.
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January 22, 2013, 02:29:23 PM
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Random number is the result itself after parallel computing.for example,if you want output 6bit/sec from your D-WAVE, you had to make 64 paths first.Then you control wave function collapse in one of paths.So if you want more output speed, the paths are big numbers you can not completed.
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January 22, 2013, 02:56:50 PM
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This thread is

  • not very readable. At all.
  • no more related to Bitcoin than to RNG and crypto in general. Why is it in Bitcoin Discussion_
  • only of academic interest even if it were true and sensible, because Intel is including very fast quality RNG in their new CPUs.

Please... effort
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January 22, 2013, 03:11:39 PM
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Inter's RNG number is not a parallel computing output,but QRNG was.
if you decoding Inter's RNG,you will find a certainty algorithms.but
if you decoding QRNG,you will find your heart.
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January 22, 2013, 04:43:18 PM
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wait for it.............
we have had the sales pitch, wait for it....

pre-orders/ investment, donations will come up next..

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January 22, 2013, 04:48:55 PM
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This thread is

  • not very readable. At all.
  • no more related to Bitcoin than to RNG and crypto in general. Why is it in Bitcoin Discussion_
  • only of academic interest even if it were true and sensible, because Intel is including very fast quality RNG in their new CPUs.

Please... effort

The OP is horribly confused between QC and QRNG but QRNG are a very high quality source of entropy. 

Still Intel hardware RNG is pretty awesome stuff.  Kinda surprising one wasn't included in CPU 10 years ago ...

http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/behind-intels-new-randomnumber-generator/0
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January 22, 2013, 04:51:27 PM
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Inter's RNG number is not a parallel computing output,but QRNG was.
if you decoding Inter's RNG,you will find a certainty algorithms.but
if you decoding QRNG,you will find your heart.
Oh, no - it's more like the birth of new religion )

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January 22, 2013, 05:13:36 PM
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Inter's RNG number is not a parallel computing output,but QRNG was.
if you decoding Inter's RNG,you will find a certainty algorithms.but
if you decoding QRNG,you will find your heart.

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January 22, 2013, 05:48:26 PM
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Still Intel hardware RNG is pretty awesome stuff.  Kinda surprising one wasn't included in CPU 10 years ago ...

http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/behind-intels-new-randomnumber-generator/0
Thanks for the link.

I'm somewhat familiar on why Intel would not include HRNG in their CPUs for many years. There are 3 sentences in the article about the reasons:
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Those analog circuits are also a nuisance when it comes time to improve the manufacturing technology used to make the processor. Every few years, chipmakers modify their fabrication lines to produce integrated circuits at a finer scale, allowing them to pack more transistors into the same area. Making these shifts is pretty straightforward for CMOS digital circuitry, but each new generation of analog circuitry requires careful reevaluation and testing—a major headache.
Essentially even normal routine process improvements would prevent them from generating unbiased bits. This completely perverts their internal performance evaluations: either continue produce low-yielding chips with good randomness or improve yields and ship chips generating weak randomness.

The new generation system has sufficient bias-removal circuitry to properly self-test istself and fail with the machine check exception when the manufacturing gets improved too much.

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