"The Second Relativity Revolution" --> Jack Sarfatti Comments On Super Technology
The Second Relativity Revolution
Quotes & Comments From Jack Sarfatti
"The difference between science and technology is the ability to engineer your surroundings to your own ends, and not just explain them. In the Second Quantum Revolution, we are now actively employing quantum mechanics to alter the quantum face of our physical world. We are transforming it into highly unnatural quantum states of our own design, for our own purpose.
For example, in addition to explaining the periodic table, we can make new artificial atoms—quantum dots and excitons—which we can engineer to have electronic and optical properties of our own choosing.
We can create states of quantum coherent or entangled matter and energy that likely existed nowhere else in the Universe. These new man-made quantum states have novel properties of sensitivity and nonlocal correlation that have wide application to the development of computers, communications systems, sensors and compact metrological devices."
QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY: THE SECOND QUANTUM REVOLUTION.
Jonathan P. Dowling 1.
Quantum Computing Technologies Group, Section 367,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Pasadena, California 91109, USA.
Gerard J. Milburn 2,
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics,
University of Cambridge, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge,UK.
Centre for Quantum Computer Technology.
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4072, Australia;
Similarly, Einstein's General Theory of Relativity passively just explains gravity.
The post-Einstein revolution (Michio Kaku's "Type IV" super-technology) will actively manipulate gravity to get low power warp drive into the absolute elsewhere and wormhole time travel to both past and future (CPC wrong etc.).
If UFOs are real, they show not only what is possible, but what is actual. That's a big "if" of course. It's possible all the talk of aliens is a mass delusion.
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