The sound of silence

“I predict China will go black in two to three years – we won’t be able to read anything”


Jonathan Dowling, a physics professor at Louisiana State University, tells the Washington Post that new quantum communications networks will make it difficult for the US to eavesdrop on the Chinese government. China filed 492 patents for quantum technologies last year, versus 248 for the US.

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