On my recent holiday to Fuerteventura, I decided that I should take the opportunity to understand more
about Quantum Mechanics, as you do, so I took the book
In Search Of Schrodinger's Cat with me. I really enjoyed it, I can recommend it if you need a bit
more wierdness in your life.
I suppose that I'm bound to try and think about it in terms of computing; but I couldn't help feeling that
since it seems impossible to measure certain pairs of properties simultaneously, it's like the universe has
built in security protocols which only allow us to go so far. For example, it's not possible to measure both
the position and momentum of a particle like an electron simultaneously, if you're certain about one of
those properties, the other becomes more uncertain.
So, to me, the whole of Quantum Mechanics seems to be about Hacking the Universe. Nice.