Accelerated Quantum Computation based on Quantum Coherent Dynamics of Evanescent Photons in Liquid Water

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 283)


It has been shown how evanescent photons, produced in highly-coherent excited quantum states of liquid water, could be considered in order to perform quantum computations in a completely novel and still unexplored fashion by considering the formation of excited coherent quantum domains in liquid water, associated to cold vortex of quasi-free electrons, and their interaction through the mutual exchange of virtual evanescent photons, by quantum tunnel effect. Furthermore, the use of metamaterials to enclose water molecules, in order to form suitable waveguide for the evanescent photons generated inside water coherent domains, could allow for the implementation of a superfast network of interacting coherent domains able to represent a basic architecture for a novel kind of quantum hyper-computer based on the coherent dynamics of liquid water. This introduces a new frontier in the field of quantum computation, whose applications to both theoretical and advanced-technology fields (from the simulation of complex quantum systems to biotechnology, artificial intelligence, data encryption and decryption, etc.) would be very deep and nowadays unimaginable.


Quantum electrodynamics coherence Liquid water Excited coherent domains Evanescent photons Metamaterials Quantum hypercomputing 


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  1. 1.Foundation of Physics Research Center (FoPRC)CosenzaItaly

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