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Clear as Quantum is an EQUS podcast about quantum science and the exciting technologies that are getting ready to unleash a quantum revolution. In this “spooky podcast at a distance” we’ll try to dust the cobwebs out of the quantum physics realm that's entangling our lives. Over the course of 10 episodes you’ll hear from some of Australia’s leading quantum scientists, and learn things worth knowing about.
 
'Simply blooming' formerly Budai are a collaboration of people in many forms sharing co-creatively infinite soundless to sound frequencies of vibrational adventures. Always open in expansion, shifting, oscillating but most of all ‘being’ exhilarated in a life that shares infinity, immersing into infinite sound waves connected to conscious growth always.
 
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/8-04S13 Instructor: Allan Adams This course covers the experimental basis of quantum physics. It introduces wave mechanics, Schrödinger's equation in a single dimension, and Schrödinger's equation in three dimensions. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
 
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Quantum doesn't have to be tiny! Magdalena Zych talks about quantum "systems" on a cosmic scale. Magdalena is a theoretician who ponders questions that straddle quantum physics and relativity - which is a big deal because these two famous theories aren't quite compatible. Quantum systems make superbly precise clocks, and measuring time is a way to …
 
Copping on to COP 26 - a Climate Change Conference Vital in All But Name! Why COP 26 will fail. Why this is not the end of the world (yet?). A look at market driven alternatives to political posturing. How would a functioning climate change policy work? We examine the mechanics of the relatively succesful EU Emissions Trading Scheme coupled with th…
 
Thomas Volz discusses what the word "engineered" has to do with quantum science, and gives an exciting overview of the emerging quantum industry. Thomas builds - or engineers - exotic quantum particles that don't occur in nature! These new kinds of material are part matter and part light, and are made using laser light bouncing between two mirrors …
 
Quantum Economics: Introduction to You Tube: The Future History of Economics Introduction to You Tube video "The Future History of Economics: https://youtu.be/HFMt17dFO80 This podcast summarises the new Quantum Economics framework for analysis of the combination of the structure of the post pandemic recovery and supply chain disruptions. The full p…
 
Supply chain disruptions have many “local” causes but they generate global crises. Many are durable. They seem to have come together as an almost perfect storm in the post-Covid economy. Will they fade as service demand replaces manufactured goods demand? Probably not. This report sifts the evidence from supply-chain disruption in labour markets, e…
 
Sally Shrapnel shares a somewhat meandering journey into quantum science, and gives a fascinating perspective on our keyword "quantum". Sally is one of the Deputy Directors of EQUS and does theoretical research into pretty deep ideas like "causation" and "the arrow of time", but this doesn't mean she's detached from reality. She worked as a medical…
 
Digital Currencies and Global Reserve Currencies. Substitutes or Rivals? How does a currency become global reserve currency? Could a digital version replace the US dollar? Why is it so difficult to debunk the dollar from its global throne?Quantum Mechanics
 
Lachlan, Liz, and Yasmine introduce themselves as hosts of Clear as Quantum, and share anecdotes about their own quantum science research. This first season of Clear as Quantum will interview a range of quantum science experts around Australia, but it's nice to hear a bit about the hosts first. Liz talks about building quantum sensors that might en…
 
China is in the eye of an almost perfect storm based on 4 factors: real estate sector crisis; supply chain disruptions (e.g. ports to producer margins); the electricity power crisis; and the move from wild west capitalism to Common Prosperity. The short term hit to growth will produce the first contraction in China's Q3 GDP in most peoples' living …
 
German election results! The big winners are the SPD ((Social Democrats) & Die Gruenen (the Greens) and the big loser is the CDU. So which parties will rule? how does the vote translate into Bundestag seats? How are coalitions negotiated in Germany. What will be the policies of the new German government? How does the effect economies and markets in…
 
Evergrande, China Real Estate, the Economy and Common Prosperity! Evergrande is a perfect Quantum Disruption. The effects will flow through to the economy, deleveraging and the replacement of the current Chinese housing model by that clearly stipulated in President Xi Jinping's new ideology of Common Prosperity. It was a known-known that China was …
 
Geopolitical Stability & AUKUS (the Australian nuclear sub deal). This is part 1 of 2 broadcasts analysing recent events that change things for China and the world. The second, next, deals with the Chinese and HK housing sectors.Quantum Mechanics
 
German Elections (Sept 26) - How do they work? What will the outcome mean for Germany & Europe? What is most likely coalition to succeed the incumbent CDU and CSU? Who will be Kanzler? How will policy change. In what ways will this impact the EU? That & more.....Quantum Mechanics
 
Global Supply Chain Disruption - A Dog's View Disruption of supply chains will have significant effects on current global growth, inflation and equity margins. But it goes beyond this. There are long-term consequences for the architecture of the world economy. This report goes from the micro of biking to Chinese ports, through the theory and realit…
 
Forecasting with Random Disruptive Variables: Human forecasters "pigeon hole" multiple disruptive variables by tying them all together with seamless logic in what strategist spin as a good storyline. These constructs impart security and a sense of safety (Like Big Objects in Quantum Mechanics). But such forecasts are only be right by chance. That's…
 
Analysis of prospects for the German Federal Elections on September 26, 2021. Germany is about to dumped the CDU/CSU coalition that has ruled it for 50 yrs. The new government is likely to include the SDP and the Greens. That will change many things: fiscal policy will expand as will green and infrastructure spending. Electric vehicle adoption will…
 
China's Common Prosperity is a new ideology. It changes dramatically the operating system of the Chinese economy from creation of individual wealth to serving common prosperity by creation of a new middle class. This is not a typical marxist-leninist goal of hefting the masses. It literally targets the creation of a new middle class through state i…
 
US Fed- Jackson Hole Jerome Powell, Fed Chairperson, just gave his keynote address at Jackson Hole.. It is a porridge speech. not to hot, not too cold. But like porridge it will get stickier as it cools. This video tells why! But for the moment Powell admits the economy is providing justification for the Fed to buy less bonds. But any increase in F…
 
Quantum Economic Loops - How Positive Forward Feeding Loops could save the planet. This is quite different to using negative feed back loops to explain the history of economic crises. That's the stuff of classic economics. Positive forward feeding loops are about how, from a single point of renewable energy cost competitiveness, such loops can save…
 
Chaos in Kabul. The Consequence of US Defeat for the Global Balance of Power. The second of two part series on the Fall of Afghanistan (Part I: the Meaning of theFall of Afghanistan). A forensic analysis of true and false narratives about the significance of the Taliban victory. And a balance sheet analysis of the shift in power that ensues for Rus…
 
The Meaning of the Fall of Afghanistan The Fall of Afghanistan has far reaching consequences beyond the horror inflicted on those now subjected to Taliban rule and those who died and suffered trying to prevent it. It shows up President Biden as incompetent and unintelligent. He got the right advice from the Chiefs of Staff and ignored it. The outco…
 
Climate Destruction Government Posturing & Market Disruption as (partial) Solution. Don't expect 4,000 page reports from the IPCC to produce effective policy from governments! Market disruption by economic forces will kill off the fossil fuel dinosaurs and address at least some of the critical issues. Within the same sector - say power utilities, f…
 
Coming soon, a podcast about quantum science and technology and how it is set to change the world. Quantum science is getting ready to unleash a revolution. Quantum computers are in the news, and quantum technologies of many kinds are getting ready to make an impact. Students in school today will be among the world’s first ever generation of quantu…
 
Inflation: So you thought used automobiles would save you from inflation? The US (and global) July inflation hype. Why a 5.4% US CPI rate tells you more not less is in store. Consensus Committee V Quantum Economics Disruptive Forecasting- The Teddy Bear Syndrome. Why inflation will rise: - SawTooth recovery and rotation of growth from manufacturing…
 
Delta China V the World - the Counterintuitive Consequences. Global Policy & Economic Fall Out.The UK with 27,000 cases a day is opening up and partying. China with 200 cases a day is locking down and disrupting. Why? and what does it mean for the Chinese global economy, inflation and supply chain disruption. The Sawtooth recovery gets more jagged!…
 
Untying the Knot: Supply Chains and Globalisation Whence and whither for globalisation & the supply chains that drove it. What made globalisation happen: the Fall of the Wall and the opening up of the China's economy. What did globalisation do for us: growth, productivity, and disinflation and the lifting of 100's of millions out of poverty. What d…
 
Bond yields today are unsustainably low. It is easy to see why: Fed inflationary use of the word "transitory" finishes by creating "truth" out of a myth and Commercial Banks have so much excess liquidity parked at the Fed that putting it into higher yielding bonds is a no brainer. But this will all reverse. The causes will be the size of the US bud…
 
This year, the Chinese authorities have taken on: A. Wealth that rivals the supremacy of the CCP and the threat of Fin-tech corporations owned by the super wealthy to state controlled banks; B. Data accumulated outside state control and beyond China's borders; C. Private sector Digital Currencies that could rival its PBOC Central Bank Digital Curre…
 
Hi Friends, Ganesh and Lord Shiva were very adamant that we record this podcast and share with you all. It is an awesome time to be present in a world that recognises its ability to be empowered nano second by nano second. So Ganesh and Shiva share what it is to BE PRESENT and allow the light to shine nano second by nano second through recognising …
 
Why are Chinese assets underperforming world markets? How national policy aims, geopolitical data control and competition are all embedded in the Chinese Communist Party measures (Data Security Law (DSL), State Secrets Law (SSL) and the Cyber Security Law (CSL). What does this tell us about the supremacy of the Chinese Communist Party? How does it …
 
This economic recovery is like no other. It is characterised by periods of excess demand growth followed by a decline in demand to trend growth. The second stage implies negative growth - shinkage. The first period of excess demand growth is financed by government funding of strong household and corporate balance sheets during the pandemic. This is…
 
China has launched investigations into 4 major on-line platforms: New York listed Didi Chuxing (Ride Hailing) as well as two Truck Hailing Corporations and one Employment Agency (Huochebang, Yunmanman and Bosszhipin). This is not new for the state and private sector to be in conflict. . The process started with ANT-Alibaba and Jacky Ma. But this is…
 
Do your eyes close and your head starts to nod when Central Banks start "explaining"? Central Bank "speak" was once defined by Alan Greenspan as being purposefully incomprehensible. Central Bank language is a special parlance. Here is how markets will interpret it in two distinct time framesQuantum Mechanics
 
The Fed's FOMC produced a shift in policy perception towards tightening & inconsistent economic forecasts. But what was more surprising was the reactions of three asset classes: Equities, US Treasuries and currencies. Here's why... & what it means for the futureQuantum Mechanics
 
Wimmin as Winners! Women are the world's greatest "hidden" asset. "Hidden" because oppressed. In open societies the pandemic may be women's great enabler unlocking their full economic and poltical potential. In many poorer countries, the opposite holds.Quantum Mechanics
 
Is Europe about to have its day in the sun?Europe is turning a corner. The current massive projects to Green and Wire the EU - funded in part by the EU New Generation Funds could add 1-2% per year to Europe's growth rate. It is matched by economic, judiciary and social reforms and is thus productivity boosting. It is designed to be socially inclusi…
 
Is inflation "transient" or are there fundamental forces that will structurally heft it? Yes there are: 5 fundamental pro inflationary forces: Inequality, De-Globalisation, Big Government; Monetising Central Banks; and fiscal over-stimulation of the economy. There are countervailing forces too: home working; on-line retailing; bankrupting and reall…
 
Is the US Dollar about to start another leg down in its the long term trend of decline? What would cause this to happen: Bidenomics? Has China shifted policy on the Renmibi?Quantum Mechanics
 
Will Honest How Biden go down in history as a decent man who could not add. The fiscal debts and deficits of his economic plans add up to 10% of GDP coming on top of the 26% of GDP already spent on Covid relief. The increased taxation plans to finance this spending will cover only a small % of it. The US is a savings deficit economy . This deficit …
 
Back to the Future: Centrally Planned (or controlled??) Economies. Has technology now solved the structural defects of centrally planned economies. A history of the production of Bra's is used to analyse the failure of Soviet economic planning. But what about China? - is it centrally planned or centrally controlled as an economy. Does it deliver be…
 
Policy normalisation. Can governments and Central Banks normalise policy. Certainly not to anything like what was normal before Covid-19. This has big economic and societal consequences. And what will happen when markets reach a tipping point after which more stimulus is bad and less is good?Quantum Mechanics
 
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