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January 7th, 2014, 20:46
I suppose it's possible but it seems strange to me. Several teams in several universities around the world is working on each of the basic problems of making a quantum computer to work. There are just so many problems that need to be solved to make it work that it seems foolishly optimistic to hope to make any real head-way in a single bunker in Maryland.
Unless this research consists of replicating others experiments and little else I don't get why they would bother. Either way I still think that it would be weird that the NSA would be doing the research instead of DARPA which has a huge amount of experience with doing research.

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