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The 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Frenchman Alain Aspect, American John Clauser, and Austrian Anton Zeilinger. The wording of the Nobel Committee states that these scientists were noted “for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science”  

The SSF technology successfully uses such states of physical systems in which the correlations between their elements are stronger than any correlations allowed by classical physics. These states are called quantum entanglement.  A system of entangled particles, no matter how strongly distributed in space, is always a single whole. This property of quantum systems is usually called quantum non-locality.  

The phenomenon of quantum entanglement opens the way to the creation of quantum computers. A quantum computer can simultaneously operate with a huge number of numbers, inaccessible to any classical computing device and this property is due precisely to the fact that it uses entangled states.  

In a quantum computer, the unit cell is a qubit. Qubits can be connected to each other in different ways, thus creating many entangled states. In SSF technology, the spins of hydrogen nuclei (protons) act as qubits, and indirect scalar implicatures are used to control them.  

The control of individual qubits is replaced by the simultaneous control of the corresponding qubits of the entire spatial volume of the quantum ensemble of interest. In quantum physics, such quantum computers are called ensemble (bulk-ensemble quantum computers). The goal of the SSF technology is the efficient control of quantum states, not calculations.  

The SSF technology in practice implements new possibilities and directions in quantum information science, including in multispin systems, which represent the element base of a quantum computer.  To achieve this, the technology integrates, among other things, the basic models of dynamic chaos control and collisionless plasma. 

SSF technology controls coherent superpositions of the states of an ensemble of nuclear spins to solve various technological problems.

SSF technology makes it possible to control quantum states, including remotely, by broadcasting quantum states (SSF) in the form of entangled photons. What makes our farming solution so revolutionary is it’s green, scalable, streamlined and low cost application. In fact, the technology realizes the potential of the Internet of Quantum States on an industrial scale. Now agricultural companies, institutions and governments around the world can use it to their advantage.

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