Why Google's "Quantum Supremacy"
means the End of Encryption Security
for Cryptocurrency, Military, Finance
What's astonishing is how
few independent media publishers and mainstream media outlets are
covering this story, considering it's the biggest computing
milestone in the history of humanity, with game-changing
implications for the future of the human race.
On the indy media side, one of the implications that seems to bother many publishers is the fact that quantum computing makes cryptocurrency obsolete.
quantum computing stories get
ignored because the implications are too scary for the crypto crowd,
which doesn't feel comfortable considering the implications of what
happens when the "crypto" portion of cryptocurrency no longer offers
any real security at all.
It is cryptography that allows cryptocurrency transactions to be securely communicated over non-secure networks (such as the open internet) while verifying the authenticity of the party sending cryptocurrency funds.
Quantum computing makes classical cryptography obsolete for mathematical reasons explained below.
...which is rendered
obsolete by quantum computing
For example, it might
take your desktop PC 10 seconds to encrypt a file, but breaking that
encryption on another desktop PC might take 10 billion years
(depending on the number of encryption bits and other factors).
The answer should be obvious. Thanks to quantum computing, you no longer have an asymmetrical computing advantage, meaning that you are adding just as much computing burden to the encryption side as you are to the "breaking encryption" side of the equation.
And if you thought
Bitcoin was slow and bloated today, just imagine how slow it would
become if you start doubling or quadrupling the number of bits
needed for every secure communication.
Honestly stated, most
people just don't follow the math and can't comprehend the reality
of how much faster quantum computers are at breaking encryption
codes compared to classical computers.
According to the study:
Ten to the power of 8 (i.e. 108) is of course 100 million times faster than a classical computational core such as the one powering your computer.
And this was over 3 years
ago, by the way, before the "quantum supremacy" announcement by
Google last Friday.
Quantum computers aren't necessarily good at rendering 3D graphics, for example, or crunching databases. They are very narrow-use computational devices, and their No. 1 best application is breaking encryption (they're also good at generating truly random numbers, which has many applications in cryptography).
They do it almost by magic, invoking multidimensional mathematics that some say involve sending the encryption problem out to 2n dimensions, where 'n' is the number of bits used in the encryption.
These 2n dimensions each express one possible solution to the encryption problem.
Yet the quantum computer
is able to pick the "right" answer out of those multitude of
dimensions and bring it back into our dimension, expressed as a
readable state of qubits, which is then translated into regular
You might say there really isn't any "computation" taking place, but rather a diverting of the encryption problem to the fabric of the cosmos which does the computing for you.
If this makes no sense, you're not alone.
It's difficult for humans to grasp the fact that the very nature of the cosmos is pure mathematics, from which the emergent property of physics springs forward.
I recently spoke at the True Legends event in Branson, Missouri, and there I met Hugo de Garis, an Artificial Intelligence expert who proposes that,
He is proposing, in other
words, that "God" is an AI intellect, which means he believes
in Deism (a God creator) but not necessarily Theism
(the Christian, 'loving God as creator').
This means the cosmos is computational by its nature.
In other words,
This includes the orbital cloud waves of electrons, by the way, and the actions and properties of atoms and subatomic particles.
The construction of quantum computers means that humans have built a way to send mathematical problems to the cosmos, using the computational power inherent in the cosmos, and retrieve the answers back in our "real" world (which is course isn't real at all, but lets pretend it is so we can get on with this explanation).
That's what quantum computers really are:
A research paper published in 2014 confirms this, finding that quantum computers don't run any faster than classical computers.
There's no "quantum speedup" of the CPU, in other words. The quantum "computer" isn't actually doing the computing at all.
As CNET reported in 2014:
By the way, if you think this is interesting stuff, listen to my recent podcast on the distortions of spacetime by Faster-Than-Light (FTL) warp drive systems and how they allow ships to travel at multiples of the speed of light without violating the laws of the universe, which limit relative speed to C.
This podcast is highly
technical, but incredibly fascinating, and it explains the movement
non-Earth ships recently captured on video by Air Force jet
fighter pilots, which has now been verified as authentic by the U.S.
Air Force itself.
If you're not yet convinced that the nature of reality is computational, realize that classic logic gates such as "OR" and "AND" functions have already been achieved and demonstrated at the Femto level, which is 1/1,000,000th the scale of nanotech:
The computational nature of the cosmos goes even far beyond this.
The very structure of what might be called "the grid" is both quantized and highly computational. Just ask Planck...
(By the way, the
quantization of the fabric of the cosmos is very nearly proof all by
itself that the underlying nature of reality is mathematical. This
does not disprove the existence of God, by the way. It just means
God expresses creation through mathematics, which are also found
across all living systems such as plants, microbes, etc.)
That's why there are no electrons until you observe them, collapsing mathematical probability wave functions into a momentary expression of "reality" in order to complete the illusion for the conscious observer.
comms, banking and finance, etc.
I remain stunned by the fact that very few people can see what I find to be immediately obvious.
For whatever reason, I've been truly blessed with the ability to almost instantly realize the long-term implications of present-day trends. This is what allowed me to 'predict' over two years ago that quantum computing would break cryptocurrency...
It's also part of what got be permanently banned from YouTube, since the most dangerous thing in modern society is to be intelligent and a good communicator.
(That's when I started building Brighteon.com, the YouTube alternative for free speech...)
pursuing quantum computing breakthroughs
According to media
reports, Google "is using D-Wave as its primary product" for quantum
The NSA, by the way, is heavily involved in some of this research for obvious reasons.
fact, the race for high-qubit quantum computing earns an even higher
priority than the race to develop the world's first
You create an omniscient God-like computational intellect that would know everything (in human civilization, anyway) and could control everything.
Hence the concerns about
Google being involved in all this research, since Google is the
evil corporation in the world... and it has become strongly allied
The fact that so many powerful corporations and governments are pursuing quantum computing means it's only a matter of time before present-day cryptocurrency becomes obsolete and completely compromised.
Perhaps some crypto
systems can advance to an enhanced form of encryption, but this is
Quantum computers can't steal your gold, because they can't teleport matter away from your home vault. So gold is still the best store of value, even in a world where digital secrets are all cracked.
Quantum computers cannot alter the laws of atomic elements, and since gold is an element, its existence is guaranteed by the very nature of the universe.
(Gold is gold, and you
can't alter it into anything other than gold unless you control a
working nuclear fusion device, in which case gold is the least of
A leading edge organization named Crown Sterling claims to have produced "Time AI" (below video), a so-called quantum computing solution that claims to securely encrypts data on computers and mobile devices:
I'm skeptical of this claim, since your mobile phone doesn't have any capability whatsoever to read the spin state of entangled atomic particles.
As a general word of caution, I would urge consumer to be wary of "quantum encryption" claims, given that anyone can assign such labels to almost any technology at all.
In any case, it seems
any cryptocurrency that wishes to survive the rise of
quantum computing will need to adopt something far more advanced
AES encryption, or it will be rendered obsolete.
God help us if that
out to be Google...
Has humanity become blind
to the mechanisms of its own destruction?