Theme: The Music of Spheres (Qubits)

- Projects:

- Classical Computing Classical Logic and Boolean Algebra, SnapLogic (Electric Circuits)
- Quantum Computing: Quantum Logic (qubits and gates) and Spinors
(SU2),

- Optics spectrum: Mach-Zehnder Interferometer
- EM spectrum: Meyl Kit for Scalar Waves (Longitudinal Magneto-Dielectric Waves)
- The Big Unification: Master-Slave Computing Model (CC->QC), Biocommunication and Parapshycology (Mind over Matter)
- Human2Human connection (biofields, telepathy etc.)

- Human - Plants connections: theory (Grant $$ for additonal
equipment -> CeMaST)

- Human - Transponder / MZI connection (Grant $$ for additional equipment)
- The Punch-line!

- Quantum Interference is resonance (harmony) and world is (quantum) digital (DWT)
- The Fundamental Frequencies (H-atom) are resolved into
primes;

- The Hidden Structure of Primes (Hands-on Mathematica
exporation of the structure of primes)

- Resources:
- Scalar waves: Scalar Waves Experimental Kit (Hands-on experiments), Meyl Documentation Kit, Waser and others
- Optics Quantum Computing: Mach-Zehnder
Interferometer (Hands-on Experimentation; examples: Quantum
Interference, ABE
etc.)

- Classical Computing Kit: Snap-Logic (Hands-on
Experimentation)

- Books and articles:

- Yanofsky: An Introduction to Quantum Computing, wikipedia for the rest :)
- Infotroniccs: Theory and Experiment
- Super-symmetry
(Tesla vs. Hertz) and all that jazz

- Physics as Number Theory (TBA)

- Websites: LMI Independent Research,
LMI
main-stream research

- Presentations (Facebook-it!)

- LMI
; Reality is an information processing 5 senses "game"; the students
learned about classical and quantum information processing, by playing
with technology in order to intuitively understand the corresponding
mathematics and physics.

- Students

- Emily Austin

- Adam Ball

- Brandon Bishop

- Casey Gravelle

- Jose Hidrogo

- Student's reports and work
website

Reality is an Information Processing "game" (Audio-video & 3 more senses :).

The students experimented with classical and quantum information, playing with technological gadgets,

in order to intuitively understand the corresponding mathematics and physics.

See y'all next year, maybe!

6/24/2011 by L. Ionescu