Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on October 26, 2019

No, the states are not known. That's the principle on which it is based - if it is known, it is forced to be in one state, because otherwise it cannot be known. And if it is in one state, then the multiple simultaneous calculations will not be able to occur.

## No, the states are not known.

No, the states are not known. That's the principle on which it is based - if it is known, it is forced to be in one state, because otherwise it cannot be known. And if it is in one state, then the multiple simultaneous calculations will not be able to occur.