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By the early Second Age of Humanity, quantum circuit designs favored photonic systems over superconducting because of the temperatures and materials used. Coupled with advances in 3-D printing, many colleges and smaller institutes could afford to teach in this area.
The Savanna Institutes’ Maud Angove Research Center for Advance Computing (MARCAC) was working on a new quantum computer circuit design based on Aira Higa’s theoretical research paper. Her paper had used a large thinking machine to simulate possible combinations, which included as part of the design a quantum harmonic oscillator. One combination from the simulation appeared to be more promising than all the rest.
No design before this point had included a quantum harmonic oscillator because there was “no way to address only two of its states.”
Most in the field dismissed Aira Higa’s paper as fanciful nonsense, despite no one dismissing her math, demonstrating that a quantum harmonic oscillator could be used.
Sharonda Young and Mystelle Cobb were working on Aira Higa’s design when an unusual result occurred at the output. They doubled checked the configuration, but the result persisted.
Young and Cobb could measure the spin of the result, which was 2. But there was no electric charge. They shut down the experiment and turned in their joint paper with the result.
It would be eleven years later, at the same institute, that Tim Baldwin would use Young’s and Cobb’s research to provide the mathematical proof that Aria Higa’s design was creating gravitons.
The Yamamuro-Mijberg Corporation was a major donor to the Savanna Institute, and they patented the design in the U.S., Japan, and Europe.
Within five years, fusion power took a major leap forward in affordability. Now the Q total (total energy out over total energy in) was now at an affordable price. This transformation was possible because fusion could use gravity containment, instead of the more energy consuming magnetic containment.
Tim Baldwin was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in Quantum Physics. But they withdrew his name after it came out on the Social Media Net he had plagiarized Young’s and Cobb’s math from their paper, showing the possibility of result being a graviton.
Despite the public outcry for Young and Cobb to be nominated, this didn’t occur. The conspiracy theories at the time speculated it’s because both were minority women, the committee in charge at the time was filled with advanced degreed European men, and the nominating committee was in the back pocket of the fusion power industry which Yamamuro Mijberg Corporation had an interest in.
Seth Underwood writes adult science fiction and political dystopian science fiction. His future political dystopian U.S. world features decades of despot presidents, a flooded world, and new para-military force known as the Ranger Marshals. He has freemium stories at www. sethunderwoodstories.com