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"This past year I have been trying to update myself about the fundamental scientific theories of everything. Quarks and entropy. The big bang. Decoherence. Many Worlds. But I’ve yet to get a handle on what a quantum computer is. At my local library, I am in luck. There is a book that promises to make quantum computing “wonderfully accessible” by the very designer of the first feasible quantum computer, Seth Lloyd of the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT. Lloyd calls himself a quantum-mechanical engineer, a man who engineers atoms...."