Confined Quantum Computation (CQC), Quantum Confined Holographic Projection (QCHP) (A Programmable Reality), and Quantum Artificial Intelligence (QAI).
What processes might underly the creation of a projected reality which is central to the premise of the podcast? (These ideas are entirely speculative, although based on SiPPSiG results.)
If you have not done so already, please see SiPPSiG before continuing.
For this analysis, the SiPPSiG (Symbol and Process Primitive Scenario Generation) methodology results are split into process and materials categories.
From a process perspective, SiPPSiG potentially identifies a process that may include representations for quantum confinement, a classical-quantum interface, photon interferometry (including single-photon generation and detection), coupled-resonator optical waveguides, fanout logic, qubit generation, entanglement, pulsed laser harmonics, holography, and quantum error checking among others.
From a materials perspective, the methodology shows that Fe doped Lithium Niobate (Fe: LiNbO3) (or something very close) may play a critical role in the overall process as both a thin film and a three-dimensional crystal. Furthermore, there may be anomalies in the multiferroic properties of Fe: LiNbO3, which may play an important role as well.
Based on these results, I am now confident that the process represents a method for storing and manipulating quantum information within a confined crystalline lattice. I believe that there is a significant possibility that the process may fall into one of two general QIP categories, namely confined quantum computation in the form of one-way quantum information processing or a quantum repeater for communication or both. I also believe that there is a significant possibility for an as yet unknown method for quantum projection via holography.
Area of interest for the diagram below representing the results of the process segment of the SiPPSiG analysis.
Partial SiPPSiG (Symbol and Process Primitive Scenario Generation) rendition of the interior design (as seen from above) of structures immediately adjacent to the Khafre (Chephren) Pyramid at Giza including the mortuary temple, causeway, valley temple, and Sphinx temple.
In Section 1, I believe, based on the results of the SiPPSiG analysis, that the design is intended to represent the use of pulsed laser harmonics to initiate an 8-bit quantum-classical interface. These inputs are generating single-photon transmissions, which I will describe in Section 2. Interestingly, the eight standard bit inputs are bracketed by additional inputs, which I believe are used to drive a pair of single-photon generator/detectors for photonic interferometry purposes.
In Section 2, I believe the generated photons are interfacing with a thin film iron-doped Lithium Niobate (Fe: LiNbO3) (or something very close) with confinement and utilizing a unique photon interferometry scheme. There may be additional evidence for four-wave mixing. Communication in this process occurs both ways. (I believe that the primary crystalline structures are a doped perovskite, specifically Lithium Niobate (LiNbO3). There is a possibility, however, that iron (Fe) is not involved but rather some form of rare earth element.)
In Section 3, I believe that recorded inputs from single-photon detectors are then interfaced with an optical waveguide assembly that incorporates coupled resonators with a unique fanout logic, which is used to generate pairs of entangled qubits for transmission.
I believe Section 4 describes the process of transmission to and from a confined computational environment. This distance may be shorter, intermediate, or longer, depending on the exact functionality of the confined computing space. (i.e., one-way quantum computing, quantum server, or quantum repeater.)
In Section 5, I believe the design represents a very clever error checking scheme incorporating an optical waveguide, coupled resonators, and fanout logic.
I believe Section 6 is representative of a confined computational space in which Quantum Information Processing (QIP) occurs.
In Section 7, I believe the design is providing a look at an internal processing scheme. I think this may fall into one of two categories.
- First, it may represent a QIP processing scheme in which quantum representations are stored and then computed. This would most resemble a one-way quantum computer or one-way quantum server.
- Second, it may represent a flip-flop scheme for a quantum repeater as well as quantum encryption for communications purposes. This begs the question of who is on the receiving end of the communication.
It is interesting to note that the internal processing scheme includes additional references to a thin film with confinement and photon interferometry. This would make perfect sense as I believe that communication occurs both ways in this process.
Furthermore, SiPPSiG identified strong evidence for a holographic process. I believe that it may be intended to represent some form of quantum holographic projection, which could, in theory, point to a programmable reality.
Again, this is entirely speculative, but it is a unique approach and certainly raises some interesting questions.