Virtual Laboratory of Quantum and Computational Anthropology


Virtual Laboratory of Quantum  and Computational Anthropology

This is an attempt of anthropological exploration of PvsNP world by thought and computational experiments (please,see as Introduction : also

Website: http://quaanthro.lab
Location: Oxford
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Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on February 1, 2013 at 3:33pm

Complexity Anthropology and Complexity Economics

Anthropology and Economics  can have common evolution.Complexity Anthropology and Complexity Economics study the same objects but they have different foundational answers. Cpmplexity Economics forms part of the research platform within INET@Oxford. It builds on existing efforts by the Oxford Martin Programme on Complexity and the Oxford-based CABDyN Complexity Centre. The interdisciplinary research aims to apply perspectives and tools from complex systems theory, network theory, and evolutionary theory to deepen our understanding of economic phenomena, including financial crises, economic growth, inequality, and the management of systemic risk.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on November 7, 2012 at 3:20pm

Timeline - November 2012
Complex systems in social sciences. Santa Fe.
As part of a three-year, $5 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation (, the Santa Fe Institute is pursuing three long-term research projects that together seek deeper quantitative and theoretic understanding of the nature of complexity in the social and biological worlds:

◦The evolution of complexity and intelligence on earth
◦The hidden laws that pervade complex phenomena, especially biological and social phenomena
◦Universal patterns in the emergence of complex societies.
We can add that Mathematical Computational Complexity is very productive area as well.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on July 23, 2012 at 6:42pm

Timeline - Jule 2012

Talk "Ethical Hacker Paradox and Quantum Hacking "

Knowledge exchange seminar I - Ethics and social media researchJuly 24, 2012 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm – Oxford Internet Institute,University of Oxford, 

Knowledge Exchange SeminarsOrganized by NSMNSS


Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on June 23, 2012 at 2:53pm

Timeline - June 2012

Philosophy of Physics Seminar TT12

Ian Walmsley (Oxford), 'Entangbling - the Strange Case of Quantum Correlations Between Room-Temperature Diamonds' to be held in the Lecture Room, 10 Merton Street, Oxford,7 June.


More than 70 years ago, Erwin Schrödinger pointed out a striking feature of quantum mechanics: familiar everyday objects behave in familiar everyday ways — they don't engage in the sorts of nonsensical behaviour that his eponymous equation predicts. In particular macroscopic large-scale entities like cats never appear to be behaving according to quantum laws. However, they do in certain ways. We illustrate one approach to exploring macroscopic quantum effects by means of an experiment in which two physically separated, millimeter-sized room-temperature diamonds are entangled. The degree of freedom in which quantum correlations are observed is in a vibrational mode of the carbon lattice, which is in some sense a macroscopic degree of freedom and certainly one with a well-established classical analogue. Entanglement is usually fragile in room-temperature solids, due to strong interactions both internally and with the noisy environment, therefore the experiment must take place on a very rapid timescale. By measuring strong nonclassical correlations between Raman-scattered photons, we show that the quantum state of the diamonds has positive concurrence with 98% probability. Our results show that entanglement can persist in the classical context of the vibrations of macroscopic solids in ambient conditions.

Comment : My 1st question was connected with possibility to test Einstein's limit for speed of light (c-constant ) by this lab experiment. Jan's  answer - speed of interaction is finite ( picosec ). [ (?) N.Gisin had found an existence of infinite speed in the case of entanglement in 2000s ).  Another  or  2nd question is related to "room - temperature" entanglement between photon biodetectors (human eyes): Answer - it is possible, but some technical refinements are needed.  

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on June 23, 2012 at 2:22pm

Timeline - June 2012
Stephen Wolfram. Computation and future of Mathematics
Mathematical Institute University of Oxford

Stephen has been responsible for three revolutionary developments: the Mathematica computation system, A New Kind of Science, and the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine.

Wolfram was educated at Eton, Oxford and Caltech, receiving his PhD in theoretical physics at the age of 20. Wolfram's work on basic science led him to a series of fundamental discoveries about the computational Universe of possible programs.

Building on Mathematica and A New Kind of Science, Wolfram in 2009 launched Wolfram|Alpha - an ambitious, long-term project to make as much of the world's knowledge as possible computable, and accessible to everyone. Used every day on the web and through apps by millions of people around the world, Wolfram|Alpha defines a fundamentally new kind of computing platform that is turning science-fiction computer intelligence into reality.

In addition to his scientific and technical achievements, Wolfram has been the CEO of Wolfram Research since its founding in 1987. Under Wolfram's leadership, Wolfram Research has become one of the world's most respected software companies, as well as a powerhouse of technical and intellectual innovation, and a major contributor to education and research around the world.

Comment: Stephen assumes that P = NP, mathematical mind could be replaced by computer and beauty of mathematical theorems is social construct.

My findings suggest, however, that humans can face with an existence of Mathematical Supernature and unsolved problems, indeed. P is not NP,but NP=M,correspondingly, human mathematical creativity can produce unexpected discovery and not only for planet Earth.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on May 26, 2012 at 2:14pm

Timeline - May 2012

A.Zeilinger.Quantum Games and Quantum Information. 53rd Cherwell-Simon LectureClarendon Lab, Oxford 18.05.2012

Key words: Lapkievics 's the five cups game, Verchrankung, Schrodinger steering,first loop hole free demonstration of EPR game, "what is" vs "what can be said", one-way-quantum computation, possibility of quantum macroscopic games.

Comment : in agreement with leading experimentalist and theorist in the field, quantum games are new quantum methodology for natural and social sciences of the 21st century. 


Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on April 10, 2012 at 6:40pm

Timeline - April 2012

Cherenkov's quantum anthropology is based on new extension of famous Cherenkov effect (Nobel Prize 1958) in experimental physics, astronomy, particle physics and quantum materials.

Non man-made biodetector ( human retinal detector presented by rods and cones ) can find new aspects of faster than speed of light communications.

Talk for Oxford Workshop on Quantum Matrials'2012  - 18.04.2012

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on March 8, 2012 at 4:02pm

Timeline - Febr 2012

DNA Strand Displacement tool - way to DNA supercomputer. Human bodies are quantum computers ?

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on January 21, 2012 at 1:38pm

Timeline - Jan 2012

Heuristic 1. "A Quantum computer of just 150 qubits would  have the power of all today's supercomputers " ! ( S. Perkovitz's calculations )

Heuristic 2. Quantum anthropology based on "futurisric" applications of Quantum computer's software can be competetive and practical ( from cancer studies to quantum elections in corrupted political systems ). Crowd-funding and new style of cooperation with philanthropists can help us  to do great job in the field of scientific anthropology.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on December 3, 2011 at 12:57pm

Chronology Nov 2011

GE, 130-year-old U.S. corporation is trying  to repeat its crowdsourcing success with a new challenge that targets $100 million for detecting, diagnosing and treating breast cancer. (GE's "healthyimagination" project )

Some of the ideas — voted upon by registered users — include traditional medicine methods, tiny magnetic particles capable of delivering chemotherapy drugs to their targets, cloud-based database for storing genetic information,etc.

Our attempt ("QGTM strategy") based on application of quantum game theoretical approach and using more sophisticated Quantum Computer's mathematical software in cancer studies ( quantum ,not standard molecular level ) was also accepted .( Private access GE's "healthyimagination" website )




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