Hi everyone, I am a person catered toward writing fiction, science articles, and blogs on tech. Come with me on a journey as I lead you through the realms of my writing.
The end of human zenith.
Nobody can hear a scream in the vacuum of space, or so they say. Neil Huxley's shriek echoed inside his suit as he took in the last of his oxygen supply. He was floating helplessly in the emptiness of the boundless place called the universe. He looked on, as the craft he called home for several decades, sailed away in the sea of blackness, leaving him on his own. Hopeless, he stopped shouting, he stopped moving. He could only observe.
Oversimplified: Quantum Computers, the next generation of computing.
I've already published this article on Medium over here. For millions of years, humans have found ways to solve problems in a myriad of ways. From inventing the plane to stepping on the moon, the rapid development of human brains has been somewhat of a miracle. One of the greatest inventions of all time, the computer, accelerated all of humanity into an era of prosperity in science, and every other aspect of the world. Computers have aided mankind for decades and allowed us to achieve huge breakthroughs in technology by performing tasks the human brain can't comprehend. However, some tasks prove to be soo taxing for a classical computer, that they simply fail to produce results. This is where Quantum Computers come in. But before we take a look at the mind-boggling logic behind Quantum Computers, let's first talk about how traditional computers work.
Railway to disaster
The train rumbled on the tracks, sparks emanating, the collision of metal making a screeching noise through the tranquility of the surrounding landscape. Hundreds of tonnes of metal were effortlessly being pulled by a single locomotive as it inched closer to its inevitable destruction. The retainment of such a catastrophe was in the hands of one person...