Quantum Computing: Top Players 2021

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    Sabine Hossenfelder

    Check out the physics courses that I mentioned (many of which are free!) and support this channel by going to brilliant.org/Sabine/ where you can create your Brilliant account. The first 200 will get 20% off the annual premium subscription.

    In this video I give you an overview on the different technologies for quantum computing, their benefits and disadvantages, who is working on what, and how far along they are.

    Correction to what I say at 7 mins 17 seconds: They have of course a net POSITIVE charge.

    Correction to what I say at 9 mins 24 seconds: D-wave informed us that 5600 qubits is a bit too high. 5000+ would be the most accurate number.

    Many thanks to Tanuj Kumar for help with this video.

    You can support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/Sabine

    0:00 Intro
    0:30 Quantum Computing: How and Why
    3:13 Superconducting Qubits
    5:43 Photonics
    7:10 Ion Traps
    9:13 D-Wave
    10:02 Topological Quantum Computing
    11:04 The Far Field
    12:26 Sponsor Message

C Thompson
C Thompson

I'd been keeping an eye-on quantum computing (nice pun there) but got tired of seeing all the puffery in the news on it. This video is a great update on actual progress.

29 dagen geleden
Sally Lauper
Sally Lauper

@BaddeJimme Yes, that's a very inteligent reply. I'm still agnostic on whether this Quantum baloney will ever play out. And of course hot fusion has had allotto money poured in and zero killowatts out while fission has proven itself the safest method PER KILOWATT of generating power. Meanwhile, conventional computing and the internet is showing itself to be more influential that the inventions of fire and the wheel, second only to the "invention" of human language itself. What I'm getting at is that technology rachets up incrementally, not with big investments in the far future. Tesla's biggest contribution lies not in his adventurous energy distribution schemes or his prediction of television, the internet and the Star Trek transporter, but with AC power, popularization of pneumatic springs and his myriad pattents on transformers and motors. Let's increase funding and reasearch in fields like genetics, robotics, artificial intelegence, aeronautics and agriculture. Let's cut funding and let the wild eyed futurists go off by themselfs to conquer time travel and the hyperloop and all this shit that has produced nothing.

4 dagen geleden
BaddeJimme
BaddeJimme

@Sally Lauper It's more like hot fusion. It's not bullshit, but it is very difficult to do and a real product is decades or centuries away if it ever happens.

4 dagen geleden
C Thompson
C Thompson

@Sally Lauper I hope quantum computing isn't anything as bad as Biosphere II turned out.

5 dagen geleden
Sally Lauper
Sally Lauper

I still think quantum computing is the next cold fusion/ hyperloop/ biosphere.

5 dagen geleden
Viacheslav Pivovarov
Viacheslav Pivovarov

@nwogamesalert no. All we can do now is to come up with a certain problem that a) is easy to solve via quantum algorithm and b) is hard to solve via classical supercomputer. And we can do is to solve it to demonstrate the supremacy of quantum computers. I think it’ll be purely academical research for several decades.

9 dagen geleden
G. S.
G. S.

Some of this info is a bit outdated. First, the Chinese claims are all smoke and mirrors. They don't even have a prototype yet. They are likely under pressure from their communist government to make false claims. Second, number of qubits is a poor metric because it doesn't take in account the accuracy of the qubits. For example, IonQ's trapped ion particles are almost error free, because each atom is identical to the next. That is why they chose atomic ions. This gives them the highest quantum volume based on number of qubits. Their current design is already a quantum volume of 4 million, and next models are fast in the works. And their design only requires a little cooling. Soon they will be the size of a gaming console and be able to be run in a series in server racks. IonQ is leagues ahead of everyone else, who are mostly still making huge quantum computers that need ridiculous cooling and are very error prone. IonQ, folks. IonQ.

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nelson lariccia
nelson lariccia

interesting facts prof , really so much i do wonder how many other brands are available and how expensive are to ciao @nelson1963

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Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA

its a good space this. maybe it can be made a whole lot better if it can help others to approach this matter in entirely different ways. and i really mean quantumised thinking

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SurfinScientist
SurfinScientist

Quantum computing is the technology of the future. And it will always be.

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ZarodGaming
ZarodGaming

If it van get you somrwhere ... it will get you REALLY FAST ... ... cuz u'll be dead so u won't notice xD

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The Binary Prophet
The Binary Prophet

Pure Gibberish. My work shows how to do any computation independent of time. Output, of any complexity, is concurrent with the input. And it has been around for a very, very long time. This is what happens when people cannot think their way out of a paper bag.

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John Powers
John Powers

Someone probably noticed this already but that shirt kinda disappears a bit on that background.

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John B
John B

"The Processing System of LIFE" is far superior to any other Processing System that may exist , and can be accessed by anyone, who desires to become familiar with it, and use its 'Software' and 'Technologies' for practical use.

3 dagen geleden
anil sharma
anil sharma

Magnetic computer are good for every one

3 dagen geleden
O Rodriguez
O Rodriguez

This video also shows where the careers and fields of research lie. There will be opportunities in materials science, computing, molecular research...

4 dagen geleden
Ra Akhanaten
Ra Akhanaten

I just watch cause she is speaking. I have no understanding of much being discussed. She is fascinating.

4 dagen geleden
Doug Holliday
Doug Holliday

Several years ago, my friend Clifford, a computer engineer told me that the industry was looking a ways to enhance the system currently in use today. He told me one of the major players were company's that had an eye on water. Imagine if you will that each molecule in a closed container could be utilized to store one bit of info. Obviously that was a no choice and the industry moved on. Was a great idea tho' .

4 dagen geleden
O Rodriguez
O Rodriguez

Fascinating video. Was worth the Brilliant subscription. I had asked for one about QC a while ago. Glad to see who will be worth investing in. These are exciting times. We're on the verge of something revolutionary. Glad to learn about the science underlying the various technologies. D-wave sounds like an analogous computer. I started watching a video on quantum computer programming for computer scientists sponsored by Microsoft. There is Matrix math involved combined with complex numbers. Each Q-bit can represent the coefficients of a complex number. The magnitude has to add to 1 like the sum of all probabilities of a superposition. The only thing I don't fully understand is the requirement that gates be reversible. I hope Dr.Hossenfelder covers this sometime. I'll be looking for her Patreon now.

4 dagen geleden
Sally Lauper
Sally Lauper

Isn't a quantum computer just an analog computer with a USB refridgerator added on?

5 dagen geleden
Evfast
Evfast

Attainable or not, quantum computing has taken on classic fusion reactors characteristics. Always just a few years away, and all claims of success are hotly debated.

5 dagen geleden
SurfinScientist
SurfinScientist

Yep, they are a pipe dream. Won't happen.

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Michael Lubin
Michael Lubin

If you tried simulate a qubit with a conventional computer, would it just become hopelessly complicated right away, or does it take multiple qubits for that to happen, or what?

5 dagen geleden
sam newman
sam newman

So facinating to me.Strangely it all makes perfect sense to me as well.

7 dagen geleden
André Gustavo
André Gustavo

omg, her face is just like Marie Curie's movie Radioactive!

7 dagen geleden
Steven Sagona
Steven Sagona

I think you should be more careful summarizing these big business things. Big companies will often push misleading information to boost their technology over others. The video missed the biggest weakness of photon based computing, which is that it is inherently probabilistic (something "Psy Quantum" doesn't have anywhere on their website for example). Also video is very bias in favor of superconducting qubits. Superconducting qubits are not the most advanced types of qubits and have lower error rates than ion trap qubits in general. IonQ is by far a much bigger player than Honeywell (the company has a 2 billion net worth as a startup and is run by professors that pumped out nature papers on ion trap computing for at least a decade). It's not easy to be accurate with these things, but it is very important because these companies make tons of money off this misinformation.

7 dagen geleden
Steven Sagona
Steven Sagona

@Schmetter Ling what does that have to do with what I wrote in the original post

6 dagen geleden
Schmetter Ling
Schmetter Ling

@Steven Sagona Nobody has made a dime with quantum computing. Do you need it in writing?

6 dagen geleden
Steven Sagona
Steven Sagona

@Schmetter Ling what is your point

6 dagen geleden
Schmetter Ling
Schmetter Ling

@Steven Sagona My point is that, so far, nobody has earned a dime on quantum computing (in a positive corporate income sense). Whatever else you may be thinking in your mind didn't come from me. And, no, charging for something IS NOT the same thing as earning money, either. Maybe you need to take a few lessons in business administration and finance?

6 dagen geleden
Steven Sagona
Steven Sagona

@Schmetter Ling Of course billions of dollars matters. What on earth is your point? Also, these companies DO currently charge for computational time on their quantum computers.

6 dagen geleden
Peter Palumbo
Peter Palumbo

What do you think about Ted Talks? I just had an annoying experience watching one of their videos!

7 dagen geleden
Arcade Alchemist
Arcade Alchemist

I need Quantum computer frends who i can discuss videogame database aplcations for I see ways to apply spin states to randomized action but not random actions for instance if we have a database recall system that over time can be trained eventually language would form each sense should use a 9 section box in some cases 4 so like smell sound touch taste and Look would be 5 unique senses, when a NPC sees another NPC or player they have an emotional reaction, simple binary for AI would be like. Has this NPC seen the item before = 1 or 0 if yes was the time historically good or bad = 1 or 0 in basic this would be NPC is happy to see X or unhappy to see X if the last time NPC saw X did it lead to death or danger then you slowly build a personality state based on a ton of factors Like NPC training will be just interactions and outcomes cause and effect. I understand a lot what i want a program moduel to do but how to do it i do not know. right now i follow one game they want to make working simulated AI for NPCs and it's doing my head in waiting for them to think of tech i just want a small team to try proof of concept

7 dagen geleden
John Smith
John Smith

I wonder if it's possible to create image sensor based on quantum computing technology

8 dagen geleden
Назарій Керницький
Назарій Керницький

Hello, Kitty!

8 dagen geleden
Atrayal Hale
Atrayal Hale

Thank you!

8 dagen geleden
Baron Bar
Baron Bar

ion traps have a net positive charge. (see 7.15)

9 dagen geleden
Marqan
Marqan

Is size really a problem for the photonic system vs the superconducting chips? Sure, the superconducting version is just a few chips when you only consider the computer itself, but the cooling system is probably bigger than just a tabletop.

9 dagen geleden
bob cl
bob cl

pathetic - you cant even avoid BSD and you want to do quatumum? create a OS that works first !

10 dagen geleden
Anita Reason To Believe
Anita Reason To Believe

Sabine I'm not good at stem. You. And me? I'm jealous! Its fine. I wish I could do what you do but American education wants to keep facts from us in many places! Name a red state and this statement will fit! I'm so proud to be able to !earn a little bit from you despite not being able to do the math bc it wasn't taught to Me the way I needed...I'm still very happy we have you! They want us dumb and paid poorly! America is not egalitarian!

10 dagen geleden
Kekero
Kekero

I could see the Superconductor quantum computers would be really useful in space.

10 dagen geleden
johfc
johfc

Great work Sabine. It's so refreshing to get an unbiased and realistic report.

10 dagen geleden
ant a
ant a

Love the tshirt

10 dagen geleden
azuur asmr
azuur asmr

I don't know why we think space is such a big issue. You could fill up a whole warehouse somewhere with a photonic computer, yeah it would be expensive, but probably worth it

11 dagen geleden
Schmetter Ling
Schmetter Ling

Programming by having to move optical components around is kind of tedious.

6 dagen geleden
Ace Portgas D.
Ace Portgas D.

großer/kleiner Fan Frau Hossfelder ich hörte Information ohne Observer ist nur Information sagt Kant, es gab einen Herr Maurice Ward, und ist das Primordiale Particle System eine Hilfe? Grüße ausm # himmelunääd*

11 dagen geleden
Tom
Tom

Everyone working for google should be sent to russian gulags.

12 dagen geleden
Tom
Tom

Quantum bullshit.

12 dagen geleden
Leon Mozambique
Leon Mozambique

what about NMR quantum computing?

12 dagen geleden
odizzido
odizzido

Microsoft is a pretty incompetent company that only manages to stay relevant because they have a monopoly in the desktop gaming and cheap software market. There is no way they have the ability to create even a crappy quantum computer.

13 dagen geleden
Kako Rod
Kako Rod

Wow! This is one of the most amazing explanations I've ever seen. :)

13 dagen geleden
Lewis Wyatt
Lewis Wyatt

No mention of ArcherX having Qbits operating a room temperature? These guys have been working under the radar for some time now but their tech is promising and the physics checks out. So far, it looks like they're already surpassing the minimum requirements on their test bits.

13 dagen geleden
Apis4
Apis4

Why are 21st century Computer Engineers using Ancient Roman measures? If they're still using Cubits, are they using Chains and Twerps too? Holy sh*t! Someone get them on the bloody metric system, ASAP. No wonder we don't have functional quantum computers yet, sheesh!

13 dagen geleden
General Purpose
General Purpose

But Don't fall for quantum hype she says :D :D :D

13 dagen geleden
Fredrik Svärd
Fredrik Svärd

nice shirt

13 dagen geleden
Reginald Bowls
Reginald Bowls

sibilance!!!! please de-ess :(

13 dagen geleden
Der Wissenskiosk
Der Wissenskiosk

Never knew that Honeywell is a player in quantum computing O_o

14 dagen geleden
Walter Sistrunk
Walter Sistrunk

Sabine, I’m afraid of the implications in quantum computing for beyond-the-horizon results which may put bad actors in a position of dominance. Not all players here are benign or just want to build a better computer. There is much incentive to guard this technology too closely for the power it might offer. It would not be a small achievement.

14 dagen geleden
Schmetter Ling
Schmetter Ling

What power does it offer? This is physics, not a superhero movie.

6 dagen geleden
PUCKYMAXX M.A.S.S
PUCKYMAXX M.A.S.S

"Only upsides and no down sides"? Brow, your Q-comp is broken 😂👏

15 dagen geleden
Tang Wei
Tang Wei

Great summary! No fancy hypes, just explains the status as is.

15 dagen geleden
david581s04
david581s04

Have you ever heard of Pasqal?

15 dagen geleden
warb
warb

What about all the efforts to have superconducting at temperatures not that low. Can the advancements made there not be applied to quantum computing?

16 dagen geleden
David Thomas
David Thomas

I am in love. At last I have found a woman or man that knows what she/he is talking about, and she in this case is gorgeous too. Is that quantum thinking?

16 dagen geleden
kokokokoko88
kokokokoko88

tyvm for the free education, this was fascinating. I had no idea there were so many methods and players.

16 dagen geleden
PraiseDog
PraiseDog

Before I discovered her channel a few days ago, I did not have a favorite youtube channel. That has now changed.

17 dagen geleden
Andreas Klein
Andreas Klein

It's very hard (for someone like me) to meet a physicist who is both knowledgeable and down-to-Earth kind. She's done it! I think Richard Feynman said something like this ... "If you can't explain something to an undergraduate student, it means you don't fully understand the subject by yourself."

17 dagen geleden
Omar Bennouna
Omar Bennouna

Charlatan Obscurantiste No QM SO NO Q COMPTINE Internet Nature Unified Theory => h Planck Cst is variable Dépend on T temperature and f Frequency So Each change in these parameters Will give New result

17 dagen geleden
Ethan Willingham
Ethan Willingham

Investing in Quantom Resistant Ledger crypto currency today!

17 dagen geleden
Household One
Household One

10 - 20 millikelvins - Jeez.... that's colder than anywhere in the solar system and quite a bit beyond. And it will only become challenging beyond a few thousand qubits? Wouldn't say it's been easy to date though would you?

18 dagen geleden
Miranda Anna
Miranda Anna

Ion Lives Matter. So do Ours. Smoke on the Water. Fire in the Sky.

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Lars
Lars

I like the shirt!

18 dagen geleden
Azlo Smith
Azlo Smith

Is 10.01 a equation for quantum?

18 dagen geleden
Faizan Rauf
Faizan Rauf

You startled me at 2:16 lol

18 dagen geleden
Jonaca Carr
Jonaca Carr

having done this video, you will have to release new one twice a year

18 dagen geleden
Rick Schuler
Rick Schuler

Love your guts!

18 dagen geleden
tacopacopotato
tacopacopotato

Instantly subscribed. The quality of the content was obvious from the start. Please consider publishing on the LBRY protocol.

19 dagen geleden
Laszlo Mesz
Laszlo Mesz

People who know nothing about quantum theory came up with the concept of quantum computing. So, quantum computing has nothing to do with "quantum". Of course, it is good marketing.

19 dagen geleden
Przyrodnik Damian
Przyrodnik Damian

Hard topic in clear way. Thank you for video.

19 dagen geleden
Pick11 Vlad
Pick11 Vlad

Great summary… thanks Sabine😘

19 dagen geleden
MrMagoo Magoo
MrMagoo Magoo

Wow so beautiful

19 dagen geleden
Marc Jackson
Marc Jackson

You missed 12CQ by Archer in Australia, room temp graphene based qu-bits. Team includes first person to make single atom transistor and first person to make graphene chemically.

19 dagen geleden
erick weil
erick weil

I think that there is a small possibility that even if a error-corrected general purpose quantum computer with thousands to millions of logic qubits is made, they found out that no one actually knows how to make anything useful with it.

19 dagen geleden
Marcio Goldsmitch
Marcio Goldsmitch

heyy Sabineee

20 dagen geleden
Brad AmeerBeg
Brad AmeerBeg

Personally, I am afraid of where this is going to end.

20 dagen geleden
Chuck Cox
Chuck Cox

I hadn't been paying much attention to quantum computing. This made me start reading about it. Fascinating! I found the "IBM Quantum Composer" which is quite useful. Does anybody have any other good references for learning about it?

20 dagen geleden
Wim Jongman
Wim Jongman

Thank you.

20 dagen geleden
Sergey Novikov
Sergey Novikov

nevertheless it can be a real challenge for science to explain why there are no aliens in the observable universe and the Earth is the only planet with the sentient life in it.

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Michael Duggan
Michael Duggan

I fully support you in this median of content as well itself of context

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Michael Duggan
Michael Duggan

Let's hookup so science 🔬 of reading while writing applies furthermore too! #m13kd @FreestyleKing3 -on Twitter

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patti knuth
patti knuth

quantum computing is all talk. It has become a sink hole for taxpayer money that could be spent on much more useful things. When you build the first physical quantum computer (something we've been hearing about for decades), come and see me.

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Tanmoy Roy
Tanmoy Roy

Can it measure the value of pai 22/7 error solve

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Mondo Gecko
Mondo Gecko

cant wait to get one:)0...

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Alejandro Espitia
Alejandro Espitia

If we fail to make the concept of quantum computer understandable to children, we will never have anyone to program these machines in the future

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storm
storm

Quantum mechanics is being used for the wrong application

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Husky Passion
Husky Passion

i would see and check about quartz crystals, since that's the stuff in pyramids and obelisks

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Paul Pedersen
Paul Pedersen

I have read several articles and watched several videos about quantum computing, and I still don't understand how it is supposed to work. OK, you have some particle supposedly in an indeterminate state. Even assuming that entanglement with a far-away particle is real (maybe I'll believe that when I see it for myself), how does that lead to computation?

22 dagen geleden
Kevin
Kevin

I'm just waiting when we can have AI running on Quantum computers. Those aliens that have been spying and monitoring us will finally reveal themselves because we will have become a relevant galactic civilization.

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五二一
五二一

Rip bitcoins

22 dagen geleden
Azazel Strange
Azazel Strange

Just wanted to say nice hair/haircut.

22 dagen geleden
Chris Mason
Chris Mason

SUBSCRIBED! You deserve a ted talk. Photonics looks most promising to me.

22 dagen geleden
Omar Bennouna
Omar Bennouna

Quantum supercherie Obscurantisme Car h Planck Cst est en faite variable h =2pi kec k Boltzmann Cst c speed of light Dépend on T temperature et f Frequence Recyclez vous en cuisinière ou femme de menage

22 dagen geleden
Omar Bennouna
Omar Bennouna

Des Pseudophysicists Charlatans Obscurantistes Se fout tu vulgariseurs scientifique

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Joaquin Delgado
Joaquin Delgado

Thank you Sabine!

22 dagen geleden
Q Willbanks
Q Willbanks

ich liebe dich

22 dagen geleden
Orion Foresee
Orion Foresee

Just waiting for my quantum calculator.

23 dagen geleden
snelhest
snelhest

7:08 "...to have an eye on. Ion Traps" Nice transition.

23 dagen geleden
Peter Pitambar Pangerc
Peter Pitambar Pangerc

👍

23 dagen geleden
birkett83
birkett83

I think it would be polite to say that the chinese group of researchers you mentioned were from the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei. Keep up the good work!

23 dagen geleden
malkavian
malkavian

Thank you for this free education

23 dagen geleden
bahamutrg rg
bahamutrg rg

The part about ionq is almost totally wrong

23 dagen geleden
2jpu524
2jpu524

Professor Hossenfelder, it's been such a pleasure to run across your channel. I stumbled across a blog that mentioned that you had a couple of heart valves that don't close properly and two of the ventricles are enlarged. Please note that it's possible to repair your valves using a stint operation that are inserted into your leg to make the repair, and such operations are pretty routine. I'm sure it will give you a boost of energy and better sleep, and will likely eliminate the fainting spells you experience from time to time. Please inquire with your physician.

23 dagen geleden
jane russell
jane russell

If we look at the Earth with a cold eye and without a template, then Australia was once attached to North America. The dinosaurs' look like a 165 myo "dead-end". [ unless birds are therapods ] At the same time a Darwinian Tree Of Life and Lucky LUCA doesn't seem valid. Humans seem to have been pre-formed with one chromosome and no junk genes, living long, long lives. We've been decaying ever since. [ Just looking at the evidence and discounting that a serial process on a random walk can produce complexity in a Umiverse of Least Action and entropy. Even Stephen Jay Gould had to propose Punctuated Equilibrium to explain stasis and decay. Evolution doesn't explain parallel processes, such as over 5,000 enzymes getting together in the substrate to speed up the mking of other proteins. ]

23 dagen geleden
jane russell
jane russell

I think I only posted the above to sneak in the below. lol.: How close are chimp and human genes, now they've been sequenced? Well, there are thirty-five million single-nucleotide changes, five million insertion/deletion events, and various chromosomal rearrangements. There's evidence of fractal properties, such as self-similarity and scale invariance in SNPs. But It turns out SNPs are LOCATED in strategic and functional sites areas within the genome, beyond the nucleotide value of the SNP (mutation/polymorphism). So make up your own minds how significant address is over local mutation of T/C or A/G. Every human individual is differentiated from all other humans by the 4 or 5 million SNPs, to give you a clue. And chimps have 35 million or so differences, for those who think we are close. God, the God of parsimony, works to a template or Masterplan; so we/ I / you would expect similarities. Sponges have 70% the same genes as humans, after all, on a 600 million year or more divergence. Actually interchangeable!!! The finding of Orphan genes-- genes unique to the species-- in 1996, should have been the death knell of Evolution Theory in an unprejudicied world acting on evidence, not bias. I thought that old post was worth posting here, even if only to keep the pot boiling.

23 dagen geleden
brenda williams
brenda williams

Seems like penrose tiling ain’t helping things there. More popping around then in a pop corn popper

23 dagen geleden

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