Exact Measurement? For Innovation, and Progress

A coherence-based Noise Reduction System, approaches a time-independent reference, or exact standard, for the measurement of time. Download summary of scientific research here.

Can Phase Noise Be Controlled
By Increasing Self Organizing Power?

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Quantum Coherence Can Be A Tricky Thing To Control...

Unless you can gain control through clear insight into how the laws of nature function at more fundamental levels. 

We all admire the freedom and flexibility of youth. Yet there is a tendency to try to control that youthfulness and put it to work. How do we find a perfect balance between control and freedom for optimal progress?

Here is an article that talks about gaining greater control on quantum levels: 


And power of flexibility is brought out in this paper about quantum spin liquids: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v492/n7429/full/nature11659.html

These spin liquids allow the possibility of long range interconnectedness that could potentially increase conductivity at normal conditions and be useful in communications.

 "A key feature of spin liquids is that they support exotic spin excitations carrying fractional quantum numbers. However, detailed measurements of these ‘fractionalized excitations’ have been lacking." 

What does that mean? Who wouldn't want "exotic spin excitations carrying fractional quantum numbers"? That must open up a whole new field of possibilities for upgrading technology.

Now if we put this article together with the one above it, where they are talking about the idea of reducing phase noise to get more precise measurement, we can see how applications of quantum information processing become practical on the basis of taking advantage of flexible qualities of quantum states, rather than trying to exert control and force things in a quantum realm to act like "normal" things act on a classical level.

When we look at bio-inspired work, where design patterns are identified and applied with good results in complex networks and systems, we can imagine how much more valuable it is to understand the actual mechanics behind creation of those self-organized patterns.

Underlying quantum coherence increases symmetry in information and structures.

The following article gives us some of the basic principles of self organization along with some nice pictures:


Once we understand more of the mechanics of self organization, we can attempt to copy things....or, better yet, we can learn how to set up initial conditions that allow self organization to have its play in a way we want it to.

Fear of loss of control arises from a lack of ability to increase underlying or environmental coherence so that initial conditions allow a process of self organization to be spontaneously aligned with constructive laws of nature. This increase in environmental coherence increases probability of achieving desired outcomes.

As researchers play at smaller scales of time and distance, phase noise  limits results and creates unintended consequences.

In the article below on self organization and self assembly the author says: "...there is little chance that we can emulate nature, who spent billions of years for designing and perfecting high-performance structures capable of sustaining life."


She goes on to say that: "...bio-molecular systems have to be decomposed in a number of elementary units, redefined as functionalities, and abstracted from their own environment; ii) they have to be processed and modified through genetic engineering to perform specific tasks in an artificial environment."

During this process of taking bio-systems and putting them into an artificial environment, it becomes essential to increase phase coherence in the initial stages to reduce potential for phase noise, and take full advantage of the inherent intelligence in a system to get better results.

By accessing greater degrees of coherence at more fundamental states of a junction point, researchers can enliven a fundamental phase coherence that spontaneously increases an innate self organizing power of the system.  One may wonder, do researchers know how to replicate the underlying coherence that has initially given rise to a living system? Without underlying coherence, self organization will be limited. Every classical structure designed through self organization has a quantum mechanical underpinning.

Here is where "soft engineering" comes in. It relies on qualities found at smaller scales of time and distance, working with existing properties in a quantum realm to get desired results.

Success on a quantum level requires a shift to spontaneous interactions, adaptive and dynamic, rather than static and rigidly controlled... expanding our vision to see a bigger picture will make it easy for us to let go of a long standing habit of classical control. Then we can achieve an ideal of determining behavior; through automatic computation of an optimal equilibrium between opposite values we can locate a dynamically stable reference for measurement... this is key to determining behavior in the quantum realm, and a simple, practical way things can function in seamless alignment with nature's laws, effortlessly obeying the law of least action.