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The Quantum Model of Communication
This is a lesson on the Quantum Model of Communication. Updated March 3, 2024

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Ira Gorelick

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February 26, 2024

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I came across the following when I was searching for images of the Quantum Model of Communication.

In a pre-print study published in the bioRxiv* server, a team of researchers used an ab initio full quantum mechanical (QM) model to characterize the spike protein RBD interactions with host cells and gain mechanistic insights into SARS-CoV-2 evolution. 

Study: Anticipating future SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern through ab initio quantum mechanical modeling. Image Credit: Corona Borealis Studio/Shutterstock

Even though I have no specific idea what “ab initio quantum mechanical modeling” is, I have a broad idea. And it relates directly to my quantum thinking in communication.

Just as this ad ignition quantum mechanical modeling can predict the evolution of a virus, my Fractal Model” should be able to predict the future of communication networks.

I am not saying my Fractal Model does. I’m saying that I am using the same quantum fuzziness in my prediction algorithms.

Does this make sense to anyone?