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Can we reverse the polarization of it? Couldn't that act as a 0 or 1? Or even manipulate the spin?
Could I accomplish the computing system with quantum information theory/quantum teleportation. It wouldn't instantaneous, but it wouldn't be subject to loss in information? Isn't that right?
Encryption? You can use encryption on a normal network.Knowledge of being monitored? Yes, entangled communication does allow you to tell if your channel is being interfered with. Any attempt to intercept will break the entanglement.Not losing any packet information (anywhere)? Not really. Entangled communication is much more fragile than normal communication because the entanglement is easily broken (decohered). However all practical communications channels will have redundancy in their protocols so missing data can be recovered.
Are you saying there are no advantages to a quantum network?
Is there anything that you can see that a quantum network could do that our ordinary one cannot?
I'm referring to 'Quantum Network' in the classical sense of our computing.
Changing out every computer in the world for a quantum functioning interactive network.
..since each qubit can simultaneously hold both binary values every solution becomes available immediately