Q Research, Q3

Canadian Prime Minister ducks question about ISIL, but nails quantum


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Justin Trudeau visited the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo last week to attend a press briefing announcing $50 million in funding to continue its research in fundamental physics, including quantum computing. After a journalist in the audience jokingly asked the Canadian PM to explain quantum computing before launching into a question about Canada’s ISIL mission, Trudeau unabashedly avoids the latter by responding to his first question about quantum computing with total ease (see video below).

Professor Jairus Grove of the University of Hawaii, who presented the Q Lecture earlier this year on terrorism in an ‘age of quantum insecurity’ actually answers both of these questions. Watch the full lecture here.

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