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Thanks for this link Rae H and Ghost Ezra on Telegram. Quantum Information Science or QIS emerges from a deeper consideration of how quantum physics (our description of the world at the microscopic level) has implications for information science (how real systems like computers process information). Quantum information technology takes advantage of these fundamentally quantum properties of matter to design new types of computers, sensors, and networks which enable new speed, precision, or functionality.
Building on key Quantum Information scientific discoveries since the 1980s, pioneering experiments starting in the 1990’s, quantum engineering from the 2000s, and commercial activity today, the world is on the cusp of a second quantum revolution. The prospects for innovation fueled by Quantum Information Science, with implications for our economic prosperity and national security, motivate an all-of-government and all-of-nation approach to coordinating Quantum Information Science activities in the United States.
In quantum physics, the notation to represent a quantum system, such as the state of a quantum computer, is the so-called “ket” notation. For example, the ket |QC> would represent the state of a quantum computer. Following this terminology, <quantum|gov> then represents the overlap of |quantum> and |government>, which is what the national effort is all about. 
The National Quantum Initiative Act called the NQI Act was signed into law by President Trump on December 21, 2018 “to accelerate quantum research and development for the economic and national security of the United States.” The National Quantum Initiative Act authorizes the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Science Foundation, and the Department of Energy, to strengthen Quantum Information Science Programs, Centers, and Consortia.
The National Quantum Initiative Act also calls for a coordinated approach to Quantum Information Science Research and Development efforts across the United States Government, including the civilian, defense, and intelligence sectors. To guide these actions, the National Quantum Initiative Act legislates some responsibilities for the National Science and Technology Council Subcommittee on Quantum Information Science, the National Quantum Coordination Office, and the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee.
Recognizing that Quantum Information Science technologies have commercial and Defense Applications, Additional Authorization for Quantum Information Science Research and Development Is Legislated by The National Defense Authorization Act.
Q-NEXT, a collaboration involving the world’s leading minds from the national laboratories, universities and the private sector, is one of five National Quantum Information Science Research Centers awarded by the Department of Energy in August 2020.
It is funded by Department of Energy at $115 million over the next five years, with $15 million in fiscal year 2020 dollars and funding in subsequent years contingent on congressional appropriations. Additional funding from partner organizations totals $93 million. Advances in QIS have the potential to revolutionize information technologies, including quantum computing, quantum communications and quantum sensing.
Led by Argonne National Laboratory, Q-NEXT includes nearly 100 researchers from three Department of Energy national laboratories, nine universities and ten leading U.S. quantum technology companies. Member organizations are leaders in many areas of Quantum Information Science, including quantum information theory, high-performance computation, quantum experimental science, basic discovery science, advanced computing and high energy physics.
The significant participation of Stanford Linear National Accelerator Laboratory Center, Stanford University and other West Coast institutions in Q-NEXT, with two national laboratories and leading research universities, ties this region’s leading quantum programs and innovative spirit along with our industrial partners to form a truly national center.
Quantum computers could solve some types of problems much faster than current computers—and answer some that today’s computers simply cannot. Because they naturally process multiple possibilities in parallel, they could accelerate searches for new pharmaceuticals, improve batteries and solar cells, and find more environmentally friendly ways to make chemicals.
Quantum Sensing. The keen sensitivity of quantum systems to the tiniest changes in their environment, including temperature, magnetism, and noise, make them perfect sensors. Quantum sensors might be able to find hidden underground oil pockets, improve earthquake monitoring, unravel the structure of single molecules or peek at the dynamics of cellular proteins.
Quantum communication systems could enable new kinds of unbreakable encryption and secure communication over vast distances. Such systems would exploit the phenomenon of quantum entanglement, through which two particles can be so inextricably connected that any action on one particle seemingly instantly influences the second, no matter how far apart they are.
Chicago Quantum Exchange researchers are exploring quantum information to develop new applications with the potential to dramatically improve technology for communication, computing, and sensing. They pursue the invention of new technologies in which all components of information processing—sensing, computation, storage, and communication—are kept in the quantum world. 
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is one of 10 Department of Energy offices of Science laboratories and is operated by Stanford University on behalf of the DOE. Since its opening in 1962, SLAC has been helping create the future. We built the world’s longest particle accelerator, discovered some of the fundamental building blocks of matter and created the first website in North America.
Our top-notch research facilities attract thousands of scientists from all over the world each year. Along with our own staff scientists, they’re working to discover new drugs for healing, new materials for electronics and new ways to produce clean energy and clean up the environment.
SLAC’s revolutionary X-ray laser is revealing intimate details of atoms and chemical reactions and making stop-motion movies of this tiny realm, with the goal of doing the same for living cells.
Our scientists are also exploring the cosmos, from the origin of the universe to the nature of dark energy, and developing the smaller, more efficient particle accelerators of the future. 
Accelerator on a chip is an advance that could dramatically shrink particle accelerators, researchers at SLAC used a laser to accelerate electrons at a rate 10 times higher than conventional technology in a nanostructured glass chip smaller than a grain of rice. At its full potential, this “accelerator on a chip” could match the accelerating technology of SLAC’s 2-mile-long linear accelerator n just 100 feet. It promises to substantially reduce the size and cost of future accelerators, enabling compact devices for security scanning, medical therapy and imaging, and research in biology and materials science. 
In the Last Days, the Apostle John said, people would have some kind of “mark” or technology inserted into their bodies. This would be either on their foreheads or their right hands. He was quite clear about the purpose of this technology. It would enable people to conduct commerce without physical money. It obviously had greater use for storing information about humans because all people – babies to adults – would be required to have this item implanted.
A “new universal agenda” has been launched for humanity governing the entire planet in areas such as economics, health, energy, education, agriculture, gender equality and more. It was celebrated on September 21, 2015, as a Universal Day of Peace. This day is upon us my friends. 
This is what John wrote: “He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:16-17