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The concept of vital energy is ubiquitous and its origins can be traced back to more than 4000 years ago. It has persisted through the centuries in Eastern cultures such as the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tibetan, Indian and Indonesian ones in the form of a mixture of philosophies such as Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism, and teachings such as alchemy, traditional medicine, and martial arts. Yoga and martial arts such as Chinese Chi Kung and Japanese Aikido are practiced throughout the globe, although often with their vital-force development component stripped off.
In the last 50 years, silicon-transistor-based computing has been evolving at a steady pace marked by the biannual doubling of the number of transistors per microchip (Moore's law). However, the size of transistors is now approaching that of the silicon atoms that make up them, and this miniaturization-based improvement is coming to an end so that it is time to look for alternative ways to further increase computer power. One of these alternatives is quantum computing technology, which is already being commercialized (although it is still in its infancy) and is causing euphoria, as evidenced by the fact that new articles are published every day discussing its incredible potential. But, are we aware of all the wonders that it will bring about and the ultra-transcendental changes in our vision of the world that it will produce?