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This is an empathic computer, built on the foundations of quantum theorem. It is part of a small, but evolving, cache of similarly delicate machines that give physical form to an array of quantum computing machines. Initially built as a series of elements deliberately isolated from one another in order to protect them from vibration—now consolidated to form a zooid-like colony united by this descending, column-like form.
This elaborate construction is what is required in order to break the binary of zeroes and ones that has enabled computing to pervade almost every aspect of human life on spaceship Earth. This computer represents a next stage. A stage where these zeros and ones can exist, not as binaries but as the a combined entity positioned in the same place at the same time. This binary is less a case of two entities combined into one, but more likely a near infinite multitude of entities experienced as separate, individual states.
For in a version of this room there is another machine. Almost exactly alike, apart from a minutiae of measurements, conditions and decisions made in it’s construction. This version of the machine reflects a slightly cooler colour temperature into the room because of this—less incandescent and more phosphorus.
In another version of this room several measurements are made different. The machine is housed within a lead sheath which is support by an obtrusive metal frame, added to address safety concerns.
This empathic computer has no use for dystopic or utopic ideas and scenarios because it deals in multiplicity, in many-worlds, many-rooms, many-scenarios. No singular outcome is available. No perfectly formed utopia or dystopia is possible.
Well, this computer, here in this room has no use for dystopic or utopic ideas. The computer we are standing in front of, that we can see with our own eyes has no use for these scenarios. This version, and doubtless, many other versions will be the same, just as many others will differ. But we needed bother our brain with this vast multiplicity. Not anymore.