Polymeric Falcighol Derivation.

This particular hoax to a specific reality relation is assumed to be via quantum computing. Quantum mechanics involves transfer of particles that lead us to closed shell system. Closed shell system involves systems that are not connected directly to the Internet and are only accessible via a rare LAN network or accessing the system manually. Plethora of myths on this particular derivation is basically due to its non-existent evidence under practical usage, which is also said to be an ignored idea that belonged Einstein.
Einstein had discovered cosmological constant, as an addition to his theory of general relativity to "hold back gravity" and achieve a static universe, later abandoned due to Hubble’s theory of universe expansion. This constant was then assumed to be 0 by the researchers hence proving the energy density of vacuum state to be 0. Further development in this field (early 19th centuries), proved his theory on “anti-gravity” / repulsion force attributed to dark matter / energy. The formula given: c = λ/2 (1-λ/2). Where the possible probabilities of values for lambda can take us aback to the core meaning of lambda. The lambda used in this equation is also referred to as tiny lambda which has the value of 30 in Greek Number System. On solving the equation by substituting lambda value, c = -210, which gives no significance to this derivation. Polymeric Falcighol Derivation is said to be one of the many ways to access deep web. This complex algorithm has been called the "Vatican Secret Archives" of the web. An anomaly was discovered by super deep web scans in the early 2000's. Hence, there are two sides to our information; the scientific yet technical part that had evidence but lost its value and the side that proved its technicality having evidence but lost its access due to the underdeveloped computing system on a larger scale. So the conspiracy remains a question to each one of us but believing in this derivation could make a difference allowing us to access the unknown.

Quantum Computing.

Quantum Computing as we know involves computer design and features with devices that practically works on the principle of quantum physics, where the computational power has been increased beyond what is attainable through classical mechanics. These computers have been now developed on the small scale and the potential output using quantum mechanics lie far off from computers that we use on normal basis. They store data in the form of qubits. Qubits are quantum analogue of classical bits , involving Boolean logic. Advantage of this computing involves superposition of two states known to us 0 and 1 along with 0 and 1 individually , that could store more data hence enhancing the performance of basic computers that consist of on and off states only. For instance ; Solving a 64-bit encryption (coding) key today about 2 to the power of 64 operations (which takes approx. 292.5 years) vs. 64 bit quantum computer taking one operation.
These computers are built up using semiconducting devices , transistors that are expected to reach a minimum size for advancement in both speed and size storage and integrated circuits. Materials used for making QC involves quantum dots (artificial atom with electrons that are confined to 3D , involves enhancement in wireless properties , electrical fields or natural coulombic repulsions for transmission of signals at faster rate). And Quantum cellular automata which is composed of several quantum dots confined closed to each other where signals propagated down the line by a cell influences their neighbours hence using very less power. Storage of data is usually in the form of atomic quantum spins or steps. Working of these computers involve the principle of Moore’s law that states number of transistors in this highly dense integrated circuit doubles every two years (per integrated circuit). Intel then brought changes in this law , which moreover served to be more of an observation than a fact that predicted the chip performance to double every 18 months with improvement in the speed and number of transistors used. This observation then changed into interpreting Moore’s law in different forms among various companies that took up this technique which mostly described the driving force of technological and social changes, productivity and their economic growth.
The two most important factors that describe the advantages and disadvantages of quantum computing are : Quantum coherence and decoherence.
1)Quantum Coherence : From Young’s double slit experiment , proving , when two slits were made the resultant recorded on photographic plate showed multiple lines of darkness and lightness. This process was due to the interference of photons from photon beam traversing every possible trajectory on their way to the target. The ability to interfere and diffract is related to coherence of the waves produced at both slits. The waves interfere with definite phase relation between different states.
2)Quantum Decoherence : The quantum computer’s main drawback and strength relies on quantum decoherence. Coherence decays with time in this process. When these computers are not perfectly isolated and in contact with its surrounding , it can serve to be a disadvantage to this technique where the quantum behaviour might be lost , interference pattern remains unobservable delocalizing phase coherence (constant path difference and same frequency of waves ) causing entanglement. Decoherence does not produce actual collapse of waves but can only provide an explanation for the observation of their collapse and the quantum nature is lost into the environment acquiring phases from the surrounding , providing a single state. This complex technique involves calculations not only in our universe but also in other universes simultaneously which proves uncertainty principle wrong hence making calculations difficult , example ; output for 1 and 0 : ( 4 results) 1:1, 1:0 0:1 and 0:0 ( lasts until superposition drops down to single state ).
Simply put, they require that coherent states be preserved and that decoherence is managed, in order to actually perform quantum computation. Also involves cross bar switching where molecules are placed in intersection of wires for coupling and computational functions.
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As a result to be concluded , Quantum computing on larger scale would provide better theories on enhancement of the speed , storage and functionality of computing facilities. Brought down to nano-scale , research in this particular field has grown to play a vital role in our lives. The ability of these computers to perform multiple computations simultaneously (quantum parallelism ) serves to multi-tasking and betterment in our technology. Manipulating our physical system to smaller scale enhances their performance ,with longer life-span and resolving problems to bring about quantum computers of higher bits could make our lives convenient.
This particular topic of Quantum computing urges every astute mind to scout deep down, questioning the very basic laws of physics. These computational methods were just myths, until Quantum AI Lab (QuAIL) was initiated jointly by NASA, Universities space research Association and Google inc.
Since its start-up in 2013, QuAIL has been working with many collaborators. They're currently working on quantum processors based on superconducting electronics. D-wave, famously known as D-Wave Quantum computer is rumored to solve many byzantine problems like setting up an AI system, gene analysis for better drugs, space exploration and so on.

Madala Boson.

Physicists have discovered signals of new particle in the swathes of data used to confirm the existence of the Higgs boson back in 2012, and have tentatively named it the Madala Boson.

The signal was first detected in data from the 2012 Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments at CERN, and has now bee supported by repeat experiments in 2015 and 2016. Nothing's confirmed just yet, but the case is getting stronger.
The group behind the discovery, the High Energy Physics Group (HEP) from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, suggest that if their 'Madala hypothesis' is correct , it could help us make sense of dark matter's place in the Universe.
Estimated to make up around 27% of all the mass and energy in the observable universe , we know dark matter exists because we can detect its gravitational force, but it doesn't appear to emit any form of light or radiation that we can observe.
And despite years of searching, no one actually knows what dark matter actually is- the closest we've gotten to figuring that out is crossing off each potential candidate one by one.
"Physics today is at a crossroads similar to the times of Einstein and the fathers of Quantum Mechanics," says lead researcher, Bruce Mellado.
"Classical physics failed to explain a number of phenomena and, as a result, it needed to be revolutionised with new concepts, such as relativity and Quantum physics , leading to the creation of what we know now as modern physics."
When the existence of the Higgs Boson was confirmed in 2012, it finally completed the Standard Model of Physics. But as completed as it now is, the Standard model can't explain the existence or behavior of dark matter- which is where the heavier Madala boson comes in (If it's real).
Medallo and his team explain that while the Higgs boson only interacts with known matter- which makes up just 4% of the mass and energy of the universe- the Madala boson appears to interact with dark matter instead.
Details about the discovery are piecemeal right now, but have been outlined in the South African Collaboration with CERN's 2015-2016 Annual report, which describes the Hypothesises Madal Boson as having a mass of around 270GeV or roughly 270 Billion eV.
To put that into perspective, the Higgs bosob has a mass of around 126GeV.
The same 2015 to 2016 experiments that strengthened the case for the Madala boson also showed indications of an even higher potential new Boson, which weighs in at a whopping 750GeV (if its real).
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We've to wait for the teams behind these discoveries to come up with more evidence and then give the rest of the physics community a chance to scrutinise them. We called Higgs Boson as 'The God Particle' and solemnized its discovery in a duly manner. Few years later, we're talking about Madala boson and possible other particles. Who knows what the future holds for us. I'll be obliged to write about them in the coming years.