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computronium notes as well as a few other technologies

Posted by treonsverdery , 21 February 2015 · 956 views

computronium afm afm tip
quantum links any particle or photon or energy form that travels through it then place that directional at a quasar to create quantum linked quasar energy distribution particles


scio readable oral medical diagnostic test strip if antibodies or genes then another chemical is amplified to be readable at the scio

universal wave function noted at MWI researchers have noted evanescent wave distance what is that distance at the wave function of the universe it is possible that represents a particular size area of hyper transport or physics novelty

computronium technology magnetic domains are made up of a plurality of atoms a few hundred or thousand when the accumulation of magnetic spins align the bulk domain has ferromagnetism (different than one atom diamagnetic effect now think of a fractal volume like a zerpenski volume lasers at an angle reach the nested apertures then use photons or microenergy to modify the magnetizeability or magnetic effect of just one atom at the depth of the zerpenski volume that causes near area atoms to modify their spin state like a computational automata (those treeish looking automata among them the 2,3 automata published as Turing machine capable) that is a way that one atom variations function as computers at 3D material with laser addressability this is improvable with halbach array sensitized geometry. halbach arrays are published as being grouped magnets sort or like 7 magnets at a weave where almost all the magnetism is active at one area with functional similarities to a magnetic monopole volume


zerpenski ferromagnetic computronium where laser guide computational automata throughout volume improved with halbach array of magnetic domains or diamagnetic atoms the halbach array is like a weave of about 7 magnetic domains where they form causes a magnetic field that is published as being kind of monopole like. creating areas at the zerpenski volume or at zerpenki volume us that share a side gives the ability to modify the entire magnetic field just moving one atom (if the magnetic domain atom plurality is at one atom sensitivity) thus a laser modifying one atom is able to modify an entire halbach array of magnetic field area. doing this mildly or reversibly causes the external magnetic field to change form such that it is externally readable as a visualization think of a zerpenski blob with a sphere around it the sphere has different magnetic swirlies on it based on the computational automata activities of the zerpenski feromagneticmaterial that spherical data surface has readability without effecting the core process. a different thing which could create better atomic force microscopes is a halbach array AFM tip the base of thehalbach array when lasered effects the magnetism of the tip that effects the shape from greater sensitivity to greater strength noting thatsingle atoms are diamagentic a halbach array near diamagnetic bismuth atoms (much eentsier than an entire domain) at the AFM basetomidtotip has eentsier than atom diameter computer guided motionability

i read that computronium is single atom active computation so zerpenski ferromagnetic laser guided automata with spherical field readability as well as halbach amplified sensitivity is a kind of computronium improving that is the possibility that magnetic fields have analog nature things with analog are able to do data as ratio (.ultralongdigits from data as ratio of things) giving ultra high data capacity





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treonsverdery
Feb 24 2015 01:07 AM

So I started making apowerpoint version of this with improved functionality.  then the tablet PC I dumpster dived ceased functioning.  well so the improvements are

 

while thinking of laser addressed fractal material like a serpenski volume where the laser zaps just one (or a few) atoms to cause a modification of a tree like ocmputational automata, while the group magnetic field is externally readable 

 

the plausability goes up if you consider the strength of a cobalt aerogel.  something that is 99 or 99.99 parts air to 1 part cobalt to create ultrahigh surface area laser addressable material with material strength to exist at a ferromagnetic domainable element.

 

also considering that diamagnetic materials like bismuth have one atom reactivity to magnetic fields it is possible that using a laser on a bismuth atom near a cobalt atom magnetic field creates higher resolution computation modifying more computations withh less energy

 

a kind of quantum linked photon apparatus known as the quantum camera described at New Scientist  has one beam of photons, divides it with a beamsplitter, then has one beam reach a figurine while the other beam reaches a computer image sensor.  Although there is an absence of an optical reflective path between the figurine to the image sensor the image sensor images the shape of the figurine, thus just placing photons at depth at a fractal material like a serpenski volume has readability even without a retroreflective path  So when you think about a serpenski volume computronium form perhaps the atoms could be quantum linked to each other to create greater data transport efficiency

 

also from a computational perspective the number of neares neighbors modified, to my perception, at a 3 dimensional computing automata is higher than that possible with a linear or gridlike computation environment, suggesting higher computational efficiency of volumetric automata.

 

The atomic force microscope tip could be thought of as a tapering heap.  if the mid,base,or neartip area is made of a highly diamagnetic material like bismuth then placing an electromagnetic field near the side of the AFM tip causes it to have eentsier bendability creating higher AFM capability

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