/kwon’tm boh”goh-di:-nam”iks/ A theory that characterises the universe in terms of bogon sources (such as politicians, used-car salesmen, TV evangelists, and suits in general), bogon sinks (such as taxpayers and computers), and bogosity potential fields. Bogon absorption causes human beings to behave mindlessly and machines to fail (and may also cause both to emit secondary bogons); however, the precise mechanics of bogon-computron interaction are not yet understood.
Quantum bogodynamics is most often invoked to explain the sharp increase in hardware and software failures in the presence of suits; the latter emit bogons, which the former absorb.
- Quantum cell wire
electronics, computing (Or “quantum wire”, “binary wire”) Quantum cells arranged in a line to carry signals. Adjacent cells with the same orientation are at a low energy state and a change of orientation at one end of a quantum wire propagates along the wire, transmitting a signal. However, unlike conventional wire, since only the orientation […]
- Quantum chaology
noun the application of chaos theory to events where classical and quantum physics meet; also called chaology , quantum chaos
- Quantum chaos
noun See quantum chaology
noun 1. the application of quantum mechanics to the study of chemical phenomena.