09/30/2016 France: More concrete results demonstrate the accuracy of Quantum Gravity algorithms first identified by Toridion Projects Quantum Big Data Analytics engine. Data from the STEREO-A and STEREO-B satellites amongst others models the path and intensity of the solar winds that tear through our solar system. Quakescanner which is a social welfare spinout of the Toridion research aims to contribute to space weather modelling as an augmentation of terrestrial efforts.
This image shows the measured state of the solar winds as published by NASA's CME forecast. As can be seen, the Quakescanner model (although low resolution to allow it to display on mobile devices) clearly shows a near identical path of solar tidal currents that were predicted not my satellite data but by the mathematics of Quantum 4D Superfluid Gravity.
Accurate quantum gravity modelling has a huge potential to improve the lives of millions
The results confirm that the Quantum Gravity modelling techniques are beyond speculation because the data produced by Quakescanner is produced primarily from planetary data called the J2000 orbital elements. This means that the forecast that users see is actually over 16 years old, and had the software existed in the year 2000, the forecast for the 27th of September would have been near 100% accurate!
The ability to model the flow of plasma and gravitational tides across the solar system so far in advance has profound implications. The Quakescanner project had originally levered data produced by Toridion a quantum super computer simulation built to model informational compression and memory. Now that data has proved without argument that the planets have a causal effect on the Sun and in turn the Earth. When QS announced that it's models could forecast El Nino years in advance, that postulate came from the modelling of quantum gravity as a superfluid. Todays realisation that the models match the data is a huge step towards building the worlds first El Nino forecasting system based on space weather and gravitational modelling.
The result is something of a world first and huge success for the Toridion Project who's Quantum Computing research focusses on real world application of quantum technology today as opposed to 20 years from now. Many people are confused by “Quantum Computing”, most believe it is a form of science fiction. The results demonstrated here show that quantum is a viable technology for solving intractable problems. As a forerunner in developing real world applications that lever quantum principles, Toridion Project is delighted to see how its cutting edge research has been used to support this outcome.
Cost/Result Performance of Quantum Computing Simulation versus NASA's reported budget for Stereo A/B
According to NASA's information website here. STEREO had a cost of $550 Million US Dollars.Toridion Projects Quantum Simulation Super Computer naturally has a much lower cost, being largely an in-house research project consuming around 5 years of time and investment. Giving that Toridion produced forecast models that closely compete with the NASA STEREO mission results, one can quickly begin to see the incomprehensible savings that such computing technology can achieve when applied to the right projects. Quakescanner Project managed to fit the approximate modelling into an iPAD! OK, to be clear STEREO rocks! But the confirmation by STEREO that quantum modelling of gravitational forces can produce realistic and accurate results is the perfect example of how quantum computing will radially change the cost/risk reward of future space missions.
Although an iPAD isn't a quantum computer, it was only the massive potential of quantum simulations afforded by Toridion that made the connection between microscopic gravitational anomalies which led to a working model of a superfluid quantum gravity system able to be scaled into a device of this type.
More information about the Quakescanner App is available on www.visicomscientific.com/quakescannerapp
Reference NASA STEREO A-B costs website here
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