This is my analysis:1)quantum can have two states at one time:0 and 1.So n QBits have the volume 2^n. 2)when it's observed,the quantum state will collapse to a certain one.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So the comtradiction is evidence:the information of the 2^n Qbits disappear when I only read n Qbits from it.

Ok...if it is wrong,why?

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# I think quantum state collapse is in contradiction with the storage of QBits

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