# The whole universe is a giant quantum computer, russian new research subverts cosmological theory.

As the saying goes, quantum mechanics is not going to happen. Recently, Russian researchers have come up with the amazing theory of the universe: the whole universe is quantum, and there are many other universes that interact with our universe, so at a macro level, we all live in a giant quantum computer.

Physicists at the University of Kant (IKBFU) in Russia recently came up with a new perspective on the universe. They believe that we actually live in a vast world of quantum computer simulation, and combine this idea with many incredible “multi-world” theories. In essence, the entire universe may be part of a large quantum system made up of countless universes, the paper suggests.

Recently, IBM and Google have been hotin-sranging in quantum computing. Quantum computers may one day be able to perform advanced computational tasks that classical computers cannot, but for now, quantum theory is only one way to bridge the gap between the classical and quantum worlds.

In case, quantum mechanics: Is the whole universe quantum?

Artyam Yurov and Valerian Yurov, authors of the study and a researcher at the Institute of Physics, Mathematics and Information Topology at the University of Kant in Russia, argue that everything in the universe, including the universe itself, should be considered quantum. This means that to experience “quantum reality”, we don’t need to study subatomic particles or qubits: we are already in the quantum world. Everything around us is quantum!

The paper begins by pointing out that they draw this surprising conclusion based on the prevailing theoretical physics view:

Based on the quantum model proposed by Michael and Hall, we present a new perspective on cosmology. We continue to explore the idea of this model, considering many classical homogenous and homogenous universes, whose evolution was determined by the standard Einstein-Friedman equation, but which also interacted in the field of quantum mechanics.

The paper mathematically describes the idea that the whole universe itself is a quantum body. This means that the universe, like tiny subatomic particles, has quantum properties, including “overlays”. Theoretically, our universe should be able to be in more than one position or state at a time, which means that there must be some kind of object to interact with, and it may even be the universe itself.

The problem with extending quantum mechanics to large macro targets is that other theoretical quantum features become less meaningful. In this case, how “de-linking” or quantum targets “collapse” from multiple states to the physical states we see in classical observations does not seem to make sense on the scale of the universe.

In response, the researchers have a simple explanation: there is simply “no ‘re-linking’ kind of thing.” “

Artyom Yurov, one of the authors of the paper, says:

I was skeptical of the idea before. Because it is well known that the greater the goal, the faster it collapses. Even bacteria collapse very quickly, and now we’re talking about the universe. But if you ask me, “What does the universe interact with?” then there’s nothing else to interact with except another universe.

However, this study further explores the “multi-interactive world” (MIW) theory that all quantum features are really present in another reality (one cat, dead in one world, alive in another, dancing in another, and so on). They have come to realize that this theory is not only meaningful, but that mathematics and science seem to become more harmonious if everything, including the universe, is assumed to have quantum characteristics.

We’re just the “noise” that can be ignored when quantum universes are calculated.

The study concluded that:

The reason why quantum phenomena are so fragile has nothing to do with the collapse of wave functions. In fact, objects such as wave functions are irrelevant. The existence of quantum phenomena depends entirely on the mutual location of the adjacent “worlds”: when the two worlds are close enough, quantum potential energy not only manifests actively, but also increases. When the two worlds are far away from each other, quantum potential weakens, and particles reappear as characteristics of the classical world.

Using this hypothesis, the researchers used calculations to extend the “multi-world” quantum theory to cover the “multi-universe” range. Studies suggest that if the universe is a quantum body, it must interact with other objects, which may be other universes.

But this study doesn’t explain why everything in our universe exists like a single qubit across multiple universes at the same time on a giant quantum computer. If the current universe is characterized by the classical real world, not because we are observing the “quantum universe”, causing it to collapse into a “classic universe”, then another possible reason is that we are the gears in the giant machine, perhaps the universe is a quantum bit, perhaps we are also quantum bits. Perhaps, we are just the noise that the universe ignores when it comes to computing.