According to a recent mathematical analysis by three RIKEN physicists, a new quantum discovery known as “magic” may hold the key to explaining how space and time came into being.
Researchers have identified “magic,” a numerical indicator of the difficulty of simulating a quantum state on a standard conventional (non-quantum) computer. Their calculations showed that almost any circumstance would turn out to be the most difficult when attempting to simulate a chaotic system’s “maximally magical” state.
This discovery shows that magic played a significant role in the formation of spacetime, which could lead to new theories on faster-than-light physics and the possibilities of interstellar travel through the creation of new modes of travel such as folding space and the opening of wormholes.
As scientists continue to study this phenomenon, the potential applications of using magic to achieve faster-than-light travel and other unprecedented technological advancements seem endless. These findings may eventually allow us to traverse vast distances across the cosmos without even leaving Earth’s atmosphere.
By harnessing the power of magic and understanding how it works within complex systems, we might soon enter into a golden age of exploration and discovery beyond our wildest dreams.
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