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Australian scientists celebrate world first
AAP is reporting that in a world first, Australian scientists have developed a device with “exquisite precision” that they say is a huge step towards a commercial quantum computer.
This is a remarkable piece of engineering. This experiment paves the way for larger and more complex quantum systems to be emulated in future.
It won’t be long before we can start to realise new materials that have never existed before.
All of this is just a fantasy because they don’t understand what actually happens at the bargaining table.
I think the Reserve Bank governor has weirdly changed his tune, he was the one who said so long as wages keep up with inflation and productivity, they are not inflationary.
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