Quantum computing will not work. (yet)
Quantum computing is attempting to alter the hardware running the simulation by altering the software
within reality as we know it, there exist quantum bits, which unlike binary switches are neither 0 or 1 / on or off, but exist on a probability spectrum of positive and negative or 0 and 1 / on or off
current attempts at creating a quantum computer which would be able to harass superior mathematical processing power of dual position switches need massive coolers to reduce the and lock the movement of the quantum bits into specific entanglements.
The reason why these computers require massive energy for successful construction is that the energy being generated by the particulars used for calculation, is also why these bits are more powerful than silicon switches. They exist and function on more planes than the silicon switch. Silicon switches have limited interaction with heat and magnetism, but these too would cease to function as intended under extreme conditions. Extreme conditions for the quantum switches is normal conditions of reality
It is my current understanding that quantum computing would require more energy than it would produce in effectiveness of it’s superior calculating ability.
However if these bits were being operating from outside of reality then the properties from inside reality would have a lower degree of affect on the results and position of the quantum switch,
we won’t master quantum computing until we can master not only the bi-directional spin, but the four (possibly more) dimensions of influence that heat, light, and observation have on the position.
If someone invented a three position switch 0, 1, 2, or on, off, other, all computing language would have to re-written but the results of processing would be squared or greater.
I think that current attempts at quantum computing are flawed in that they are essentially binding a multi-positional bit to a two position switch, rather than adapting the mathematical code for the 3 to 4 position switch which we can currently produce through control of temperature.