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For this reason, the only hope for a quantum-computing advantage comes from interference: the key aspect of amplitudes that has no classical counterpart, and indeed, that taught physicists that the world has to be described with amplitudes in the first place. Why the particles do what they do, as opposed to being influenced by an observer, differs depending on the modeler. The average human body has a density of 1.01 g/cm^3, and a weight of 178 pounds.

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