If quantum speed-up is due to the wave-like nature of quantum mechanics, why not just use regular waves?
Are quantum computers just a variant on Analog computers of the 50's & 60's that many have never seen nor used?
Does quantum computing already possess the level of abstraction to be explicable even without knowledge of physics?
Is the common Computer Science usage of 'ignoring constants' useful when comparing classical computing with quantum computing?
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