First of all, let me come out and say that I know very little about Quantum Computing (QC), even though it's a subject which fascinates me. I'd say I'm generally aware of the basic principles (with a lot of misconceptions thrown in, quite probably), but not naive enough to think I have a firm grasp of them, so please go easy on me.
I also know little about the Lattice-Boltzmann Method as my day to day at work involves using Navier-Stokes based commercial solvers for our commercial Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) work, and that's what I was taught in my integrated Masters. I've only briefly checked out a couple of open-source LBM codes while at work.
So, from what little understanding I have of both these topics, and from the following explanation of the LBM method - Everything you need to know about the Lattice Boltzmann Method - is it plausible to assume that this method would be inherently more suitable to implement in a QC CFD code, or am I just erroneously conflating the role that probability plays in both these topics?