Is that so? Shame, I was probably getting confused with Penrose's quantum tubules again. Which can supposedly decide non-computational problems because they're quantum-gravitational tubules. Naturally!There is no reason to believe quantum computers can do that. QC can speed up some computations like the factoring of integers (which would be problematic for the kind of cryptography used today to secure the internet.
Speaking of biological intelligence, I think it's pretty cool that a slime mould can solve a maze:
Never mind a lack of nerve cells, slime moulds don't even have separate cells - they're just a naked mass of protoplasm with nuclei strewn throughout. Lovecraft-tastic!
Like, duuude, whoaah...Stuart Hameroff said:The subconscious is to consciousness as the quantum world is to the classical world.