Theories by Bady.

Quantum Computer Theory (debunked)

Quantum Computer Theory
Theory history
Submitted 2010-11-17
Doubtful 2011-01-24
Debunked 2012-10-30

The Submachine is a 4th dimensional computer’s visible part. A normal "3D" computer’s memory is 2 dimensional, but the Quantum computer, (What works in the 4th dimension) has a 3D memory. This machine is "mess" in the 3D world. When this Computer was built, the Creators uploaded all human knowledge, and started researching what the computer started to create. The creators' team included Albert Einstein, Neumann Janos, and many other scientists. The project started in America, in 1933, and was completed in 1938. The system worked quite well, but the American army in 1941 wanted to use it in World War II. When they uploaded the new commands, the Computer started to "fight". It built mazes, puzzles and traps, and they lost their control over it. Because the creators could not stop it, it was closed, and the technology was forgotten.

In the 1980s, some explorers with Murtaugh's leadership found the submachine and started to research it. The Submachine in the elapsed time was overgrown, and developed an incredibly advanced technology. Now they tried to stop it or reprogram it, because it was dangerous to research.

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