Does this refute quantum computing? [on hold]

There’s no way to input data.

Say you have a sat analogy question propeller:plane :: blade: helicopter. You need to search a 1gb dictionary to find propeller. Then search for the relationship with plane. Then find blade, and find the overlap in the relationship between blade and propeller.

That’s 1e9 e4 = 1e36 bits of storage. The brain can handle this because it is analog, the quantum computer will never input that size of relationship data. It stores a “superposition”, which is a fancy way of saying that it doesn’t store anything, and the more states are stored the less meaningful the storage is because the time to reach these states increases.

Ai and qc will never matter beyond trivial applications like breaking Bitcoin.