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Yeah! i knew it must been something like that the camera inside the object while recording true a window , anyhow looks like you miss my :rolleyes: smilie ;)
Look, a qubit is confused enough what with being a one or a zero, or is that zero and one... :confused: so don't you go adding to it!

See what I mean?! :laugh:

Thanks for adding the video to your OP. :)
 
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Look, a qubit is confused enough what with being a one or a zero, or is that zero and one... :confused: so don't you go adding to it!
I am afraid i have to... nothing confusing about qubit (qbit) they are neither one or zero but are both at the same time all the time... see what i mean?
Well... ok! i am a bit :confused::wtf: :laugh:

Thanks for adding the video to your OP. :)
No problem!
I just re-edit my first post (your video link) should make easier for people to give you thanks for your video ;)
 
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NASA has recently come up with a rocket sled that replicates the forces a supersonic spacecraft would experience prior to landing. With the results from these experiments, NASA can then increase landed payload masses, improve landing accuracy and increase the altitude of safe landing-sites so that they can figure out what it takes to land humans, habitats and return rockets safely on Mars or other destinations.
 
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