You asked Ben

May 15th, 2015
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Q: Is the notion of a universal quantum computer sufficient to efficiently simulate an arbitrary physical system? A: "Whilst playing Horace goes Skiing and Frogger on my spectrum 48k my friends and I often pondered this unsolved physics problem. A universal quantum simulator was proposed by Richard Feynman in 1982. Feynman showed that a classical Turing machine would experience an exponential slowdown when simulating quantum phenomena, while his hypothetical universal quantum simulator would not. David Deutsch in 1985, took the ideas further and suggested that a universal quantum computer is sufficient to efficiently simulate an arbitrary physical system. So in brief my answer is 'gurt yes' "     - - - - - -

Q: Can a mouse be damaged if it is thrown forcefully at a wall?


A: "hmm...I'll throw mine and let you know"- - - - - -

  Q: Where can I get software to track UFO's? A: "Easy...UFO Stalker" - UFO stalker- - - - - -

  Q: Im' right handed, my collegue is left handed we want to know once and for all what is the best hand to write with? A: Answers neither, its best to write with a pen.- - - - - -

  Q: If I ask a silly question... Will I get a silly answer? A: Long Pause .......... No- - - - - -