Black hole based quantum computing in labs and in the sky

  title={Black hole based quantum computing in labs and in the sky},
  author={G. R. Dvali and Mischa Panchenko},
  journal={Protein Science},
Analyzing some well established facts, we give a model-independent parameterization of black hole quantum computing in terms of a set of macro and micro quantities and their relations. These include the relations between the extraordinarily-small energy gap of black hole qubits and important time-scales of information-processing, such as, scrambling time and Page's time. We then show, confirming and extending previous results, that other systems of nature with identical quantum informatics… Expand

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